RV adapter

Discussion in 'Hyundai Kona Electric' started by R P, Jul 20, 2019.

  1. electriceddy

    electriceddy Well-Known Member

    Thanks for that, see you at the campground ! :)
  2. R P

    R P Well-Known Member

    Well, if I had that a couple months ago, could have drove to Stewart in my EV instead of our ICE car. Maybe next year...
  3. Fastnf

    Fastnf Member

    Glad it worked out for you. Its always nice to have backup option for quicker charging than a 12 amp 115 volt charger.
    Last edited: Oct 3, 2019
  4. Bugblndr

    Bugblndr Member

    Good stuff. I got a female Nema 14-50 plug and was going to wire up a 120V male on the other end. Now that I see the minimum is 19A, I won't even bother trying. My thought was to carry the one cable and use it wherever but at 19A, it's gonna pop circuit breakers everywhere I'd try to use it. If I'm ever going to visit a trailer park though, I'll be ready.
  5. R P

    R P Well-Known Member

    Yeah, quite a jump up from the max 12A L1 granny cable to the lowest setting of L2. I found it curious, too, that my EVSE watt loads (amps X Volts) was always lower than the cars kV charging rate. I would have expected the opposite. Seems like the Morec (or car charger) is very efficient, to the point of pulling extra watts out of the air,... haha.

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