I have the PHEV which only charges at 16 amps. My dryer circuit is rated for 30 amps, so this is not a concern at all.This charger has only 26 rating on Amazon website.
After installation, EV L2 charger typically would become the largest current consumption equipment at your house. I suggest to do sufficient research on the chargers in the market, specifications, pros/cons, possible faults, status monitoring and guarantee coverage. It is not worth to possibly induce a severe damage to your car or house(s), because of saving a few bucks on the charger.
See my response to your other post.Sorry to butt into this thread. I just picked up a 2021 Niro EV. We already have a Tesla wall charger that is set to 80 amp output. Will the internals of the Niro EV be able to deal with the 80 amps it gets offered? Does anyone have experience charging their Niro off of that with a Tesla to J1772 adapter?
Thanks for any insights you all can provide.