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Two new 80A J1772 stations in Kirkland!

Discussion in 'Northwest' started by captain_zap, Dec 29, 2013.

  1. captain_zap

    captain_zap Electron tamer

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    My employer, Nytec, an engineering consulting firm, is constructing a new building at 416 6th Street S in Kirkland, WA. Although the building is not yet complete, we have two new Clipper Creek CS-100 units that are now operational and open for public use! They are located in the west parking lot on the north side of the building. Presently a busy construction site, so be watchful for machinery. We will keep them free for now and see what kind of usage they get. I tested both with my MS and got a solid 79 amps at 203V. I've added them to Plugshare. Hopefully useful to Roadster and Leaf owners passing through the area.
     
  2. tokuro

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    Nice. thank you
     
  3. Morristhecat

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    Very nice - thank you! This will be usefull to me in a few weeks as I will be down that way. :biggrin:
     
  4. Discoducky

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    Awesome! Will check these out later in the week, thanks!
     
  5. JackA

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    It is really exciting to see employers starting to react to employees with EVs. Please keep this forum updated on what Nytec experiences as an organization via these EVSE units.
     
  6. DouglasR

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    Great news! Make sure Chad sees this so he can add them to his map.
     
  7. ChadS

    ChadS Petroleum is for sissies

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    Already done...
     
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    Apologies if this is widely known, but what map are you talking about?
     
  9. ChadS

    ChadS Petroleum is for sissies

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    My "Tesla Highway" map of high-amp L2 and DC chargers, primarily on the West coast.
     
  10. v12 to 12v

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    My favorite resource! Thank you for staying on top of it, Chad.

    One of the chargers had a visitor today. That is great! If only more businesses realized how fast the response is and how quickly a following can be established...
     
  11. 100thMonkey

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    This is great news!
     
  12. ww73

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    Just saw this. Thanks for the list!
     
  13. Pricee2

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    Site appears to be way out of date. The data is probably still valid but missing a slew of Superchargers.
     
  14. ChadS

    ChadS Petroleum is for sissies

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    As the map notes explain, it is not meant to track superchargers - there are better maps for that. It is primarily to locate high-amp L2 chargers on the West coast. Doesn't PlugShare have a filter for that yet? It would be nice to just point people at them.
     
  15. freds

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    No there really isn't there's two interfaces to plug share the www and tesla login pages. You can sort of remove the trash by using the tesla page and select high scoring locations; but you still have checkout each location to find out its charge rate.


    I have used this location to test our my twin chargers which was nice, but since it's fairly near me no reason to run by other wise though I do keep it in mind if I am returning home at low levels from the south...
     

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