1161Re: getting 240vac from 120vac
- Mar 3, 2005I don't think y'all read the entire product list. There is a 20 amp
version listed (for more money). Thanks for the tips on wiring this
for cheap, but the part about strapping circuit breakers together
doesn't sound doable as other members of the HOA use these
circuits. I can't use an electric dryer outlet as there are none in
this facility. The reason I am pursuing this carport charging is that
my reserved space is in my carport.
By the way, my car has a fuse between the charger and the pack. This
is what blew recently and caused me to this my charger was dead.
> Rav 4 charger requires a 40amp service. The device that you arelooking at
> here only has the capacity of 15amps.If you can find an electric dryer (outlet)in your facility, it could
be "tapped" with an adapter to connect to your charger, as needed.
You could also leave the charger connected with the dryer, but make
sure both are not used at the same time!
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