Yeah, if you can do 120 volt circuits, 240 volt circuits are nothing special. Definitely should be comfortable with the process though. Don't want anybody getting electrocuted while preparing for a great Mach E!I watched that yesterday on YouTube. (Actually, this one looks a bit different. Seems like he edited it.)
Those Amazon costs were ridiculous. I know I won;t be paying anything like that. Pretty sure I'll just install it myself. I've done enough 120v wiring - even installing a few breakers - to feel comfortable with that. I've never done 240v but I watched some videos and it looks just as easy (a bit simpler, actually).
I'm still not even 100% sure I'll put in 240v at all. We're pretty low-usage drivers (retired). 120v will add 40-50 miles/day, which is more than we usually drive in an average day. And at least 2 or 3 days/week we don't even leave the house, where it can charge 40+ hours straight.Yeah, if you can do 120 volt circuits, 240 volt circuits are nothing special. Definitely should be comfortable with the process though. Don't want anybody getting electrocuted while preparing for a great Mach E!
Good point. I'll have to check out what subsidies they're offering (that my tax dollars are already paying for).You still may want to contact your electric company: My initial wiring + EVSE install cost me $100 due to tax breaks they were getting (The invoice showed $2600 minus $2500 in tax breaks/credits/etc. and my total was $100). All that included the EVSE.
Sure you can do it yourself but if you can get some freebie's out of it (and a city inspector to approve it) why not? Even better: you can sit back and have a cocktail while watching it be installed
It could be as easy as a phone call..
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