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AmazonBasics 32 Amp Level 2 EV Charging Station $514.38

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[Amazon.ca] AmazonBasics 32 Amp Level 2 EV Charging Station $514.38

18 foot cable, NEMA 4 rating. 1 year warranty.

I've been watching EV Charging stations for a while. This is the best price for a high quality UL certified (non sketchy) 32 amp charging station that I have seen. It is a rebranded LITE-ON, there is also a PowerCharge version of the same charger with a longer cable and 3 year warranty on Amazon for $600. This one dropped from $600 yesterday. Just ordered.

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This device is used to charge electric vehicles.
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wow amazon is selling charging stations now....
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What's it charging in the second picture?
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where is the hard wired version?
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It plugs into a standard 110V? I thought the 220V were 4 prongs
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Do i need adapters for Tesla Model 3?
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Messerschmitt wrote: It plugs into a standard 110V? I thought the 220V were 4 prongs
It's a NEMA 6-50 outlet rather than your standard household 110v 1-15 outlet. They look similar, but they're not physically compatible without an adapter.

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Psykopathik wrote: Do i need adapters for Tesla Model 3?
Yes, but I believe that the Model 3 comes with with the correct adapter. This EV charger uses the North American standard SAE J1772. This video shows you how to use it (it's in the glovebox, it seems?):

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if this is installed outside, make sure the cable stays flexible at low temperatures. extremely annoying to have a stiff cable, difficult to manage an place back on charger
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I need a Qi version of this charger.....you drive your car onto the pad until the charger beeps that you have the right position.
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So buy this or get the free one from zapbc.ca???
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I'd be careful with such an investment: consider buying something more reliable unless you want surprises... so far amazonbasics hasn't worked well for me. You can expect the quality as what the name says...
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Psykopathik wrote: So buy this or get the free one from zapbc.ca???
Nice! Wish they had this in Ontario.
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$500 charging station. Cutting into those gas savings....
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cloakster wrote: $500 charging station. Cutting into those gas savings....
Think of it as “gas pump at your house that sells quarter-price gas”. Depends how much you drive but savings add up quickly and it’s damn convenient.
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I wonder where it is made and who the oem manufacturer is. With a one year warranty its probably cheap Chinese junk and will fail when you need it the most.
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Other option (Ontario) is buying from Costco or Autochargers.ca with the 25% energy savings rebate (likely to expire VERY soon)

Costco example of 32A Sun Country Highway (Clipper Creek) with 25' cable length for a total price of $647.49 below

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GeeCee wrote: It's a NEMA 6-50 outlet rather than your standard household 110v 1-15 outlet. They look similar, but they're not physically compatible without an adapter.

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Yes, but I believe that the Model 3 comes with with the correct adapter. This EV charger uses the North American standard SAE J1772. This video shows you how to use it (it's in the glovebox, it seems?):

Yikes. I wonder if EV's are set to be the Lightning/micro usb/usb-c connectivity thing all over again. smh

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