Tesla Model 3: A reliable and smart charging option
In 2021, we were blessed with an impressive beginning and the introduction of the highly-acclaimed Tesla Model 3. Boasting an extensive range and a price point that's accessible to the average consumer, this electric vehicle has quickly gained recognition as one of the top contenders in the market. Not only does it offer affordability, but the 2021 Tesla Model 3 also impresses with its outstanding performance. Its sleek interior design and panoramic all-glass roof exude a sophisticated and refreshing look that sets it apart from other vehicles on the market.
In conjunction with Tesla statistics’ arrow going up are the worries of wandering minds. On the top of the list, is how accessible charging the vehicle can be. The scarcity of superchargers in most areas may result in the vehicle being stuck when the charge runs out. Like a ring of mind, destination chargers are becoming common in some areas. These are just Tesla wall connectors intended for the customers of businesses in the area. But if you do not intend to stay at these businesses with destination chargers, what else could be your option? There are plenty of public charging stations that are not Tesla-specific but would require a J1772 adapter to be used. There are only 4,367 Level 2 charging stations located in the US that are compatible with Tesla. In comparison, there are a total of 28,846 J1772 Level 2 charging stations in the US.
With its growing number, these non-Tesla charging stations are suitable options and a must to be utilized by Tesla owners. And this is where Lectron can help you. Below are the vast options Lectron provides to all Tesla owners to ensure that being able to charge their vehicles is in their hands anytime, anywhere.
This is a compact adapter designed to connect the SAE J1772 chargers to your Tesla vehicle. With our adapter, Tesla drivers can utilize J1772 charging stations, maximizing the EV charging options of your Model 3/Y/S/X. It's rated current and voltage is 240V AC, 50-60Hz, 60A maximum, with an operating temperature of -22°F to 122°F (-30°C to 50°C). Plus, it’s IP54 weatherproof rated.
This bundle includes a 16A NEMA 5-15 Charger with a 21ft cable with an input power of 110V AC and a J1772 to Tesla Adapter. The charger works with all standard outlets and it utilizes the J1772 adapter to get compatibility with Tesla. With this bundle, you can charge your Tesla car with all Level 1 charging stations available in the area.
Unlike the first bundle, this comes with a 40A NEMA 14-15 Charger with an 18ft cable and a J1772 to Tesla Adapter. The charger has 240V AC power input that works with all Level 2 charging stations, and to make it compatible with Tesla, it needs the J1772 adapter. This bundle gives your Tesla car the ability to utilize all Level 2 charging stations where Superchargers are not available.
This bundle perfectly works with portable EV chargers. It includes a 16A NEMA 10-30 charger with a 24ft cable that has an input power of 240V AC and a J1772 to Tesla Adapter. Its receptacle is protected and non-grounded. And to get compatible with Tesla, it requires the J1772 adapter included in the pack.
Another bundle that safely works with portable EV chargers is the pack of 32A NEMA 14-50 charger and a J1772 to Tesla Adapter. Its cable is 21ft long and has an input power of 240V AC on a 50-ampere breaker. In case, both standard Level 1 and 2 charging stations and Superchargers are not at reach, Tesla cars can utilize a portable EV charger and use the included J1772 adapter to power up.
The last but definitely not the least bundle that will surely save your Tesla car from the scarcity of Superchargers is the 16A NEMA 6-20 Charger with 21ft cable. It has an input power of 240V AC but is grounded and capable of withstanding 20 amperes of current. Bundled with a J1772 adapter, it gives your Tesla car an option to get charged with portable EV chargers available.
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