No, not a dedicated outlet. Can't do that. Two options on the table. Transfer switch at dryer or new circuit out of panel. Video processing on Youtube....stay tuned.JoeS wrote:Let's go back a step. Don had suggested modifying the existing 120vac outlet line that you are presently using and converting that line to 240vac, if it is a dedicated line with its own circuit breaker. Is this what you intend to do?bradleydavidgood777 wrote:...So the EVSE has to plug into a connector that is right by the car on the end of a cord and waterproof. I have 2 10 gauge 120V cords now. 50 foot and 100 foot. I could use one of those for the new configuration if I replace the connectors...the question is - with what? Because I have not found a connector that would work out there at the end of the cord by the car.
So what about this question about the connector to use at the car/EVSE? Assuming that I re-use the extension cord I use now for L1?