Okay, so now you got me wondering. Tell us more
What do you mean you still need a L2 charger? You mean the DC charger can't directly plug into a wall power socket? Surely you can probably need a new plug. Can you take a photo of the whole thing they supply you? Also where/what connector the power that go into the DC charger?Power source was his level 2 Tesla charger. Took two tries but on second attempt started the up and showed the expected time for 6kW per hour. The is pretty sick. Can set it to charge to 80 percent and shut off. I think he wants a bit over 3k. I don't have the need but it is tempting. One down side is you still need a l2 charger. But I don't know what options they support. Can you go straight to 50amp circuits? Cable and device seemed well built.
The unit will plug directly into any 240v circuit, currently wired for a 14-50 RV outlet. I also have a adapter that will pull the AC directly off any L2 evse, which is what we were using for that test.What do you mean you still need a L2 charger? You mean the DC charger can't directly plug into a wall power socket? Surely you can probably need a new plug. Can you take a photo of the whole thing they supply you? Also where/what connector the power that go into the DC charger?
SeTec does not stock these, but they will custom build them to order, which is how I had mine built. I know longer am using this one, so it is for sale. $3000 for the unit, the CCS1 cabling, the 240v adapter, and the j1772 source adapter. I paid $4,100 putting it together.When I looked into the SETEC stuff they where all out of stock so I have not looked again. Was procurement smooth and trustworthy?
Would love to get into a group buy on one because I would only need it once or twice a year.
The $2200 does not include cabling, shipping or import fees (steep). It ends up being close to double that, but it was worth it to me; it is a good unit and handy to have.Check out the thread on this forum titled Really considering putting in a DC fast charger at home I posted some details on the product there and we talked about it a lot. You can buy direct from them with a money transfer or pay with credit card through an online store like Alibaba. They seem very legit and are very helpful in answering questions, (Mila Cao is the sales manager). $2200 USD plus shipping is what they quoted me. Oh and Sean's tag on here is @R.I.P.
It was great to meet you, stop by anytime coming through this way!Thanks again for the juice and the cool experiment. I so want it but really don't need it. I love the charge to 80% by default.