[Caevlist] Level 2 home charger question
ianaudio at peak.org
Sat Dec 15 18:03:10 PST 2018
I’ve got two of the open EVSE installed in my garage. I don’t have the wifi option, but it is available. They are great and offer 40 amp charging, even though you won’t be able to take advantage of it with the Volt, I have a 2017 volt and they work great. You can always entice your Bolt and Tesla friends with high speed level 2 charging availability. My wife really appreciates the very flexible cable.
> On Dec 15, 2018, at 11:02 AM, Otmar Ebenhoech <cafe.electric at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello Jodi,
> Congratulations on the new Volt!
> In case you are still looking, I saw this article today and thought of your request. Although I didn’t read every word, it does seem to address all the important issues.
> I would add that I really appreciate good cord handling to keep the cord pretty, rather than lying around on the floor.
> https://insideevs.com/home-ev-charging-station-buyers-guide/ <https://insideevs.com/home-ev-charging-station-buyers-guide/>
> -Otmar, on mobile device.
> On Nov 20, 2018, at 2:15 PM, Jodi Russell <jlrussell09 at gmail.com <mailto:jlrussell09 at gmail.com>> wrote:
>> I have been hanging around on this list for years, just observing, because I didn't own an electric car. Now, I have a partial electric car (2018 Volt) and I need advice on which Level 2 charger to buy or which ones NOT to buy. Does anyone have any advice? I am interested in reliability and some data. I would like to be able to see when the car is charged from an app if possible, but I don't want to sacrifice quality for bells and whistles.
>> Jodi Russell
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