JoeS wrote:Do they provide you with a Tesla-->J-1772 adapter? I use one with my i-MiEV.
You will probably never get down to 5%SoC, but their CCS charging speed is pretty awesome, if the EA charger is working
No, you don't get a free one like Tesla gives you to be able to use the J-1772 chargers, but then the Tesla one is like $75 and a 'Tesla Tap' 50 amp to go the other way is $200. I ordered one yesterday. There are cheaper ones rated at 40 amps, but the car will use 48 amps when the destination chargers are set up to deliver that much, so $40 more for the 50 amp was a no brainer
The two most common EA CCS chargers are 150Kw and 350Kw and the car really charges quickly using either. Don't know how many times I'll be using them, but we drive right by the one in Gulfport at least once or twice a month, so if I hold off on home charging when we're planning to be over that way . . . .
I ordered a GoPlug Pro 32 amp EVSE which is a pretty nice bit of kit for $400. WiFi, current adjustable and has it's own app and comes with a 3 year warranty