Model S info and specs here
We can get Model S specs here: http://www.teslamotors.com/models/specs
What we’re really interested in is your dual 14-50 EVSE! So cool that you got it working. Do you plan to manufacture and sell?
Would LOVE to see this also. My S is coming at the end of the month!
I am curious about this “dual input” EVSE, but it makes more sense for a Roadster than for the S. According to Tesla’s specs, the S has two inputs already, and they are each limited to 10 kW (40 amps at 240 volts). So it should simply require two EVSEs, not a combiner for the S.
Combining two NEMA 14-50 outlets can be easy if you don’t worry about safety when one of them is unplugged while in use, or it can be pretty difficult if you get really careful about safety. I am curious to see what balance was struck here. Balancing current between the branches is not too hard, Superior Electric offers a balancing transformer (or choke) they use for paralleling their adjustable autoformers.
85 S on order. Also interested in the dual 14-50 combiner circuitry.
naturally like your web site but you need to take a look at the spelling on quite a few of your posts. Many of them are rife with spelling issues and I to find it very troublesome to inform the truth then again I’ll definitely come back again.
;-( Site abandoned. Nothing to see here; move along, folks.
Hey Brian, it’s far from abandoned, but during the work week is not the time you will see major updates, that’s for the weekends
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