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Discussion in 'Europe' started by Eberhard, Sep 10, 2011.
You can only do this with 3 Roadster attached on a single 3-phase socket.
a BMW E-Mini showed up and pegged for a charge too. But i couldn't provide him a Mennekes Type 2 socket.
So is there any problem if one of the 3 stops charging?
No, the charge can be done on each phase independently.
Unter Schieflast versteht man die ungleichmäßige Belastung der Außenleiter eines Dreiphasenwechselstromnetzes (Drehstromnetzes).
The story behind this: a tesla owner visit me to join an event the day before. Then i got a call from the munic tesla store, asking for a new tesla owner, who just picked up his new Tesla Roadster, to charge on my 32A socket on his way home. Then i got an other call of an friend of mine, to help the driver of the E-MINI, who had a problem charging on a Type 2 charging station nearby. All ended up in a big event and a little party and all problems were solved.
Now you know, why it makes sense to install a 3-phase socket in the garage.
I bought a splitter for this a while ago. It splits the three phases into a blue 32A single-phase connector.
I haven't got a better picture at the moment. But I've used this multiple times to charge three Roadsters with 32A on a single CEE32A 5p socket. Works fine
Bonus points for the wind turbine in the bg.
Psst, the big building at the back is a cole fired plant.. Oh, I shouldn't have told that!
You left out King.
Hehe That should have been a "coal fired plant"
Btw, I got this splitter from Vello Elektro, http://www.vello.nl
The title of this thread made me think someone was using a three to single phase converter.
Yeah but I'm soooooooooooooo bored of that subject.
Join the club...
i would be bored too, if i had to charge on 120V/208V in america at what? 20A? even here you could do 3-phase charging