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I want to be dang sure, because it's very expensive to purchase a new EVSE(charger) if I burn this one out.

bottom, L-shaped prong(neutral) The charger pulls 12 amps MAX. The flexible cord is supposed to be thick enough, lots of ppl convert theirs to utilize a 240V receptacle without issues.

Works for the older style 3 prong home 240v wall sockets.

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My 10-30R receptacle is right in front of my car's parking spot, and it is already on a dedicated 30A breaker. the car communicates "OK we will only draw 12 Amps at 110V" and then the car starts charging at 12 amps.

So I think at least, I don't have to worry about running a new set of wires to a new breaker, or space in my breaker box. It doesn't "charge" the vehicle, it just carried the supply to the charger on the car.So my question is, what is the PROPER wiring of a NEMA 10-30R to 5-15P connector/converter? I just bought an electric vehicle, and the included charger for it WILL charge using a 240V power supply, but the manufacturer only uses a 120V 5-15P Plug, limiting me from connecting to a 240V power source without purchasing a new EVSE(charger). A NEMA 10-30r is a non grounding type receptacle which has no ground.bottom, L-shaped prong(neutral) The charger pulls 12 amps MAX. The flexible cord is supposed to be thick enough, lots of ppl convert theirs to utilize a 240V receptacle without issues.The European version of my car uses the exact same charger, but with the higher voltage plug they use over there, so a lot of people have converted their chargers to 240V by removing the factory plug and adding a 240V plug, like L14-20P, L6-30P..I did see one person using a 10-30R receptacle their dryer uses..I know this works on my car. From what I've read online, I believe it is 14AWG on the cord going from the charger, to the wall receptacle.This way, at least if anyone else wants to charge their EV at my house, they wont fry anything, it will match up perfectly to THEIR EVSE's, as well, since they pretty common.My point exactly; It tells the car it is about to get 110 (120 actuslly) volts But it isn't unless the evse is designed to accept 120 or 240 volts.FYI, the EVSE is NOT a charger, the charger is onboard the car actually..EVSE stands for Electric Vehicle Service Equipment.. BUT people have had success taking it apart, and resoldering a 14-30P plug using 10AWG/3 conductor wire to the board.

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