Make ensure the plug type you choose matches the outlet type you have at home. While many outlets look similar, they are definitely not the same. The one called NEMA 5-15 is the regular 120V household outlet that all home appliances use, while other outlet types, such as the 14-50 or 6-50 (The two most popular EV Charging Outlets), get installed specifically for appliances or EV Chargers that require 240V. That said, there are more 240V outlet types that are commonly used, such as the NEMA 14-30, 6-30, 6-20, L14-30, and more.
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Level 1 everyday and anywhere EV charging
Power up or down for your situation
Allows charging on different circuit powers
Delayed charging: Charge at night during off-peak hours
Level 2, 220/240-volt charging
Fastest charging for each plug type
High power compatibility with all EVs
Hanger / Storage
Hardshell Carry Case
Extended length: No cable stretching, driveway parking
Smallest footprint EV charger
Mobile, portable, or mountable wallbox
Ultralight for portable charging
Carry in the trunk or install at home
Ready to charge. Plug-in, no programming or hardwiring
Charge Status: Oversized oval green charge light
High Def. LCD screen and LED control box lights
Touchscreen: Easy-to-read, digital indicators
Built-in, high sensitivity breaker (RCCB)
Active leak current detection and signal
Over the years, the Model S has been available in a number of versions. The base model 60 (60 kWh) battery capacity and the 60D AWD edition became available in 2014. Tesla launched many subsequent editions including the 70D, 85D with a higher top speed and the P90D with the much vaunted “Ludicrous Mode”. All came with slightly larger batteries of 70, 85 and 90 kWh battery sizes. The main model varities are the Model S 60, 85 rear wheel drive, and P85 rear wheel drive. The model type will influence charge times given the difference in battery sizes. With many used Teslas on the road, we receive requests for Tesla EV chargers and our EV chargers offer comparable charge times to Tesla EV chargers. We provide the most popular types of EV chargers include 14-50 and 6-50 level 2 Tesla EV chargers for the Model S., as well as hardwire EV chargers.
Recommendation: We recommend our level 2, 240 volt NEMA 14-50 Retractable EZ™ Reel charger or 14-50, 40-amp 9.6 kWh Tesla S Aefa FlexBox™ EV charger. It can be affixed to the wall like a wallbox or be a portable charger for on the go charging. Our Level 2 Tesla EV chargers are the most powerful chargers and provides the same power as Tesla residential chargers. Given most EV owners charge their car from a 50% battery, the car will be fully charged in 4-5 hours. Typical charge times, depending on battery size will be aorund 4-5 hours from a 50% battery.
|4 pin Plugs
|NEMA 14-50, NEMA 6-50 (208-240V)
Indoor/Outdoor rated for installation anywhere
6,8,13, 16, 20, 24, 32 and 40 amp
|Connector Type||NACS Tesla Connector – For All other vehicles, an adapter is needed|
|Control Box Dimensions||2 inches deep x 3.5 inches wide x 8 inches long|
|Cable Length||Convenient 25 feet (From charging box to connector)|
|Protection||IP67 (international standard EN 60529)|
22 degrees Fahrenheit to 140 degrees Fahrenheit
|Input voltage||208-240 Volts alternating current (AC), single phase|
|Approvals||CE, CB & TUV Approved|
|Material||Premium TPU with thin and lightweight cable|
|Compatibility||Suitable for all Tesla vehicles with NACS connector|
|Integrated DC Leakage Protection||Type B residual current detection|
|Surge Protection||Over/under voltage, overload protection, short circuit protection, leakage current protection, over
temperature protection, lightning protection, active ground detection
|Residual Current Detection||Alternating current 30 milliamps (mA), Direct Current 6 milliamps (mA)
*Requirements of GB 14048.2 – 2008, GB 16916.1-2014 and GB 22794-2008
|Features||LED indicator lights to manage charging errors|
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