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  1. Preparing for Mach-E charging at home - preparation and installing charger

    You can not "say" Which means in Electrical Code. It MUST be written. You are not reading it correctly. They want kitchen and basement 240 V to be GFCI. Nowhere is the garage stated to have GFCI on 240 V. The "ALL" recps for ev charging to be GFCI is for single phase. Check here for 2020 code...
  2. Preparing for Mach-E charging at home - preparation and installing charger

    The code section I posted is the 2020 revised NEC. If you to : "2020 NEC for ev charging" you will see what has been eliminated from Article 625 for EV charging. ARTICLE 625 Electric Vehicle Charging and Supply Equipmentmydocs.epri.com › docs › publicmeetingmaterials › D1... A line through...
  3. Preparing for Mach-E charging at home - preparation and installing charger

    Could not find new code on 240 volt GFCI. Please post new code about this.
  4. Preparing for Mach-E charging at home - preparation and installing charger

    This new code section is specific to EV charging outlets though, not all 14-50 outlets, or limited to 14-50 625.44 Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment Connection. Electric vehicle supply equipment shall be permitted to be cord- and plug-connected to the premises wiring system in accordance with...
  5. Preparing for Mach-E charging at home - preparation and installing charger

    Your OK just learn from us. We all must stick together. But all and all said GFCI not required UNLESS you have a neutral in that circuit.
  6. Preparing for Mach-E charging at home - preparation and installing charger

    Great info. As he stated the difference between Hot and Neutral is the way it works.
  7. Preparing for Mach-E charging at home - preparation and installing charger

    You want Ford's install instructions used. Remember the Code supersedes all. Post Ford's inst. P.S. You are wrong.
  8. Preparing for Mach-E charging at home - preparation and installing charger

    Does anyone know how a GFCI breaker works ?
  9. Preparing for Mach-E charging at home - preparation and installing charger

    You did not need that $$$$ GFCI breaker.
  10. Preparing for Mach-E charging at home - preparation and installing charger

    Settle down everyone. Just hire an electrician. How many of you or your friends have a 240 Volt welder or air compressor in your garage ? Are they GFCI protected ? No because it is not required.
  11. Preparing for Mach-E charging at home - preparation and installing charger

    Nope read it again. It does not state that.
  12. Preparing for Mach-E charging at home - preparation and installing charger

    No GFCI protection on 240 Volt recp required when installed in a dwelling. Find it to be required anywhere in NEC. It is not in the code.
  13. Preparing for Mach-E charging at home - preparation and installing charger

    No GFCI required by the NEC for 240V receptacles, ask your electrician to cite a code section, won't find it in the NEC but would not discount the possibility of local amendments.
  14. Dealership installation of L3 (fast DC) and L2 chargers-

    It can not be done at that price. If you can do this @ $70K you should contract all Ford dealers and make money $$$$.
  15. Dealership installation of L3 (fast DC) and L2 chargers-

    A lot of good thoughts about chargers at dealerships. Yes we do need them. You can not just install chargers anywhere you think they should be put. Think of it as if it was your home. So many of you do not have enough amps or space in panel that you must do an upgrade. Same goes for dealerships...
  16. Update on Mach-E launch progress from engineering friends in Mexico

    Almost all the Jeep JL were ordered. Dealer stock was not in early build.
  17. Update on Mach-E launch progress from engineering friends in Mexico

    All of us can guess on the way they will arrive. I have read all the posts and they are all great guesses. My Jeep Wrangler JL was ordered and my wait was 5 1/2 months. This was a new JL start up and the Jeep Forum followed it everyday. I saw them ship to west coast and Canada. Mine sat and...
  18. Update on Mach-E launch progress from engineering friends in Mexico

    It's not a Typo. This is showing the Cord Cap and the Receptacle. The whole chart is this way.
  19. Delivery Date Moved to Q1 2021

    I do not think they will be any sequence in the builds. This does not happen as such. Find me any car makers that do this and make me wrong. The MME will come off the build line without any order.
  20. Things to consider when DIY installing a wall charger / outlet

    Very good you have details. A 6 ft. run is nothing. Yes your $200. should do just fine.

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