Tesla Wall Connector Home Charging Station

Jan 17, 2019

Category: Tech

Tesla is making it easier for their car owners to juice up their electric rides with the company’s first home charging station that can be plugged into a standard outlet. The Tesla Wall Connector charging solution will erase the hassle of hardwiring a Tesla charger into your home’s electrical system.

This new home charging station can plug directly into any NEMA 14-50 plug, which is the most common high-voltage outlet in America, so chances are high that you have a few available. There’s no need to hire an electrician either, as all you have to do is plug it in. The Wall Connector provides you with a faster recharge time than the Gen 2 Mobile Connector, offering 40 amps to your vehicle compared to the Gen 2’s 32 amps. The home charging station also comes with a 24-foot cable. You can scoop one up now for $500.

Purchase: $500

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