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Wall charger 1101789-01-f

Sophias_dad

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Its what's usually called the UMC, it isn't really a wall connector, but some use it that way. Its intended to be plugged into an outlet and has a wide range of supported outlet types(but only one or two are supplied by default in the kit that comes with a 3).

Its limited to 32 amps, unlike the 48 amps supported by the hardwired 'real' wall connector.

[Edit]: it also looks like an older model UMC.
 
Its what's usually called the UMC, it isn't really a wall connector, but some use it that way. Its intended to be plugged into an outlet and has a wide range of supported outlet types(but only one or two are supplied by default in the kit that comes with a 3).

Its limited to 32 amps, unlike the 48 amps supported by the hardwired 'real' wall connector.

[Edit]: it also looks like an older model UMC.
Thanks
So is
It better than the mobile connector that come with the car?
 

srs5694

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