I'll assume you like this EVSE because it is dual voltage, thus dual level
(1&2), and it comes with a molded 120VAC adapter cable included.
Level 1 only draws 12A off a 120VAC source. When in level2 mode, the EVSE
can draw more AC current depending on the EVSE design.
$170 EV Charger Level 2 EVSE PHEV 100-240V 13A 25ft J1772 A With 5-15P/6-20R
sez it only draws 13A.
This is not typical of dual EVSE. Typically they draw 12A in 120VAC level 1
mode (plugged into a 5-15 or higher current outlet), and draw 16A when in
240-208VAC level 2 mode (plugged into a 6-20 or higher current outlet).
Level 1 drawing 12A off 120VAC 1.4kW, and level2 draws 16A off 240-208VAC
Shows a dual level EVSE but does not come with a 120VAC adapter cable. The
adapter cable is easy to make or you can buy one
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