Electric updating nema 10 30r

05-Mar-2016 08:38

If you are just attaching a new plug, then you are good to go. What would happen in someone plugged a dryer in there (a three wire plug, not the newer 4 wire ones)? BTW I see nothing wrong with calling your Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) a charger. My house apparently doesn't have the electrical capacity for a 30 amp EVSE (40 amp circuit).Just make sure all connections are perfect.2013 "Brilliant Silver" SV with Premium Package and no QC, and 2009 Vectrix VX-1 with 18 Leaf cells. This is an outside outlet that's to be used JUST for the car charger. Everyone knows what you are talking about even if it in not technically correct. There have been cases here and other boards where people with 3.x or 6.x k W OBC have wanted to buy 40 amp L2 EVSEs thinking it would speed up their charging above their 30 or 32 amp EVSEs. one w/3.x k W OBC only) or equipment level because a salesman misled them into thinking it won't make a difference and that buying a higher wattage "charger" (ahem... Electrician wanted K to trench and run another cable.Precaution: Identify the project circuit, turn it OFF and Tag it with a Note before working with the wiring.

The male and female cord ends identified in this document are categorized as Non-Locking Type and Locking Type.When the first plug-in vehicles hit the market, buyers had little choice in the home charging devices they got.General Motors, maker of the Chevrolet Volt plug-in hybrid, and Nissan, maker of the Leaf battery-electric vehicle, each had partnered with a charging station manufacturer and installer.National Electric Code (NEC) also influences the options in which a wiring device is offered.For instance female cord connectors, panel outlets, and panel inlets are not typically NOT found over 20 Amps due to limiting guidance in the published NEC.

The male and female cord ends identified in this document are categorized as Non-Locking Type and Locking Type.

When the first plug-in vehicles hit the market, buyers had little choice in the home charging devices they got.

General Motors, maker of the Chevrolet Volt plug-in hybrid, and Nissan, maker of the Leaf battery-electric vehicle, each had partnered with a charging station manufacturer and installer.

National Electric Code (NEC) also influences the options in which a wiring device is offered.

For instance female cord connectors, panel outlets, and panel inlets are not typically NOT found over 20 Amps due to limiting guidance in the published NEC.

This electrical question came from: Bill, from New York City, New York.