To cover all your bases, my thought is to keep the 110V NEMA 5-15, NEMA 14-50, and J1772 adapter in your car. It goes without saying to keep the mobile connector cord in your car too. What am I missing?
The problem is, chademo is being phased out and CCS is the most common and faster charging new equipment being built. Most of the Electrify America equipment is CCS. There is only one chademo cord at each of their sites. Pretty easy for that one charge cord to be busy in the near future. Also, the one chademo machine at each of their sites is only 50kW.Wow first I have seen that adaptor, I heard that Tesla was going to come out with one I am surprised it works as they had to upgrade the car for the chademo as it did not work at first.
I have the chademo comes in handy sometimes and also using Plugshare you can find a lot of free places to charge.
I think at least most places I have been have the chademo and CCS I don't recall ever seeing at least in my travels a CCS only charger.
My son happened to find it online right before I posted it here. I am tempted to buy it but the price is steep and I need to check how secure it is to pay by credit card. Having CCS would be great. I tow, so having as many charging opportunities as possible is paramount. When towing cargo or travel trailer you can figure that you will get only one third of normal range.I've noticed that, but at 80 KW, I'm not sure that it is worth the risk.