This is a great video from Tom Moloughney of all the different aspects of charging the Lightning. From the different chargers to installing the mobile connector to charging networks and more.
I think so, he has a couple of items that are out of date in there.Isn't that the same one he did month ago?
So what you're saying is that the FCSP doesn't need it's own service line - it can be run off of a home's existing (i.e., primary) service line as long as it's not drawing too many amps, correct?I think so, he has a couple of items that are out of date in there.
1. Range for ER battery is 320 now instead of 300
2. FCSP does not need to have 100 A circuit, it can be set to the amperage you send it (20, 40, 60, 80 A)
Welcome to the forum. Are you close enough to Tesla superchargers?Had Sunrun call to schedule for site survey. The person on the phone gave me a price of $1650 to install the Ford Pro Power charger and Almost $9000 to install the charger and Intelligent backup system with it.
I'm in Southern California BTW