Is This The Tesla Model 3 Corded Connector?



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15 Replies to “Is This The Tesla Model 3 Corded Connector?”

  1. David Campbell

    Hello sir I wanted to ask you a question so I can get a better understanding of dual chargers on the Tesla Model S. Does your care have a dual charger? If so, using the current charger you demo you're getting about or up to 26 mph. Does having a dual charger on a Tesla increases that up to 52? Please let me know when time permits, or if anyone can answer that question for me. Im still a bi

  2. Michael Kidd

    FYI, You can use it with other types of power, all the way down to 15amp 120v outlet. You simply need to:
    a: Make or buy an adapter from the plug you want to use to the NEMA 14-50
    b: Adjust the charge current from the MCU so you don't trip the breaker.

    I use this to charge via a custom charge adapter to TT-30 plug ( RV 120v 30amp Travel Trailer plug ). Works great!

  3. MercedesAMGsRULE

    Can we all ask Tesla to make an adaptor that is makes this type 2 to type 2 instead of the pin plug adapter?
    It would save me having to carry a type 2 cable in the car and I can only charge at a max 11kWh on AC. anyway.

  4. MercedesAMGsRULE

    Can we all ask Tesla to make an adaptor that is makes this type 2 to type 2 instead of the pin plug adapter?
    It would save me having to carry a type 2 cable in the car and I can only charge at a max 11kWh on AC. anyway.

  5. corderajones

    Click bait. When you found out that this wasn't the model 3 charger, why would you say that in the thumbnail. I know bc maybe I would had never clicked on it if I knew it was just an upgrade to the already exist mobile charger. NOT COOL

  6. morganuci

    "The second generation Mobile Connector has a max output of 32 amps when using the 14-50 or 6-50 adapter…These adapters are for the second generation Mobile Connector which is included as standard equipment with Model 3." From: https://shop.tesla.com/us/en/product/vehicle-accessories/model-3-nema-adapters0.html?sku=1099345-00-C. So Model 3's included charger will not charge at 48A [40A for my older Model S], presumably because the car can't handle that much? What you bought does specifically say it's for S/X, vs. (for example) https://shop.tesla.com/us/en/product/vehicle-accessories/model-s_x-wall-connector.html?sku=1050067-00-E which says it's for S/X/3.

  7. MP3 Mike

    I doubt that is what comes with the Model 3 since the Tesla press kit says the Model 3 will have adapters for 14-50 and 5-15 just like the Model S/X.

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