We have a Tesla Gen 3 wall connector. Is it possible to charge the car using some adapter on our wall connector in our garage?
It appears that the issue isn't the tesla evse, but rather the adapters people buy. The actual "tesla tap" adapter works find. The lectron one has an incorrectly designed ground circuit which causes the problems.Tesla level 2 chargers have been real hit and miss with adaptors on the 4XE. Some people have been able To do it but some haven’t. I wish I had an answer as to why some work and some don’t.
So the Lectron one does not work?Teslatap works TeslaTap
Lectron is the one that gives people problems Lectron - Tesla to J1772 Adapter, Max 40A & 250V, Compatible with Tesla High Powered Connector, Destination Charger, and Mobile Connector (White) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07V7V2QT...abc_HVR2FYAA594T6306KT3C?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
Every person I have seen say "the tesla charger doesn't work" has been using the lectron. Every person I have seen say "the tesla charger does work" has been using the teslatap. There may be people having success with the lectron that I haven't came across, but I'm yet to see it.So the Lectron one does not work?
No, that's not an issue. The charger is actually built in to the vehicle and will regulate the power the vehicle sees.Is there any issue with the fact that the standard Level 2 charger for the 4XE is a 32Amp unit and the Tesla Wall connector is 40Amps?
In other words, even if you do have success using something like the TeslaTap adapter to connect the 4XE to a Tesla wall connector, will that difference in current cause problems? Could it damage the 4XE's battery?