I used to have a 30 ft 6AWG extension cord to bring the stove outlet to the 
driveway.
Only once was it needed to give a guy a charge that had the Saturn with 
ACPropulsion
drive that could charge at up to 80A, so I asked him to crank it up to 50A and 
within
the hour the 12kW charge rate caused his batttery to hit max voltage and start 
tapering
while my house circuit was cold as stone, so everything worked as designed. I 
believe 
it was the first time he cranked it up to that high level, normally he stayed 
below 40A.
one fender was humming from the 60Hz magnetic field in one motor winding.

In preparation of more electric loads and solar, I have brought a 50A circuit 
from my
service panel to a load center in the garage, so it is now much easier to add 
stuff
like for example a 50A charging outlet or a circuit for a solar inverter.
Cor.

-----Original Message-----
From: EV [mailto:ev-boun...@lists.evdl.org] On Behalf Of Jan Steinman via EV
Sent: Friday, February 02, 2018 3:05 PM
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Subject: Re: [EVDL] Question: EV with a 110v outlet with 2KW power rating?

> From: "EVDL Administrator" <evp...@drmm.net>
> 
> I've never actually encountered a 120/125v circuit and receptacle 
> larger than 30 amps (NEMA 5-30 or 2-30).

An oven/stove range requires a 40 amp, 240 volt circuit.

So if you’re desperate for a 9.6kW charge, you could go drag your stove out and 
plug in there. :-)

I’m lucky; my clothes dryer is near a window. But it’s only a 30A circuit.

:::: Jan Steinman, EcoReality Co-op ::::

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