I just purchased a Gen 2 Wall Charger. I am reading in the manual that you can supply anywhere from 20A to 100A to the charger. I am reading in the manual that if I feed the charger 100A it will supply the car 80A of power. I currently have a 200A service on my 1500sq ft house. (Central AC, electric stove, clothes dryer, etc. I just upgraded my home's service from a 100A to a 200A service. At 100A every time the AC kicked in all the lights in the house would dim. On that note is it the most wise decision to feed the charger off a dedicated 100A breaker? Living in Connecticut I am aware there are also certain electrical codes for what size pipe & gauge of wire must be used for a given amperage. I am thinking there might be a sweet spot for how many amps to feed the charger or what might be considered a sweet spot. Any help would be appreciated!