I have just moved in a new house in Belgium, where I have a 3-phase electricity without neutral (L1, L2, L3, PE). In my previous house I had only 1-phase (L1, L2, PE) electricity. In both cases the voltage between any two phases is 230V, but between a phase and ground is less. I know that there is a great thread about Belgian neuterprobleem here, but that does not answer my question. The question: I saw that in Tesla Wall Connector manual there is a graph showing to connect to the phases L1-L1, L2-L2, L3-N, PE-PE (as on the left side of the picture). Then, if I understand correctly, I end up with the following connections through the relay (right side of the image). Is this the way to wire a three-phase EVSE without neutral? How do I properly wire an EVSE (a non-Tesla Wall Connector) in this situation for three-phases? Can someone confirm that this will work for only for Tesla vehicles? Would other vehicles be damaged or simply not charge?