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Post by Gabz » Sat, 31 Dec 2016, 16:59

Spare

for the conversion or to make a EVSE tester.

3 phase, 32amp no cable just inlet.

$120.58

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Post by jonescg » Sun, 01 Jan 2017, 00:44

How does one attach the cables to the back Gabz? Are they solder bucket or crimp?

I'm quite interested.
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Post by Gabz » Sun, 01 Jan 2017, 17:33

Solder bucket. I added a extra couple of photos that show the cable connections.
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Post by jonescg » Sun, 01 Jan 2017, 18:32

Nice. Does it come with a wiring diagram? I hope to use this in my conversion, so I'm assuming it's rated to the task? If it's good enough to mount in a vehicle I'll buy it.

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Post by Gabz » Sun, 01 Jan 2017, 19:08

in the first picture you can see the pins are labelled. PP CP L1 L2 L3 PE and N.
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Post by jonescg » Sun, 01 Jan 2017, 19:39

Yah I got that Image I was just wondering if it came with any additional documentation or certifications. Just that if it was originally supplied for testing EVSE's, it might not have the same IP ratings as an OEM vehicle inlet.

Anyway, If it can be fitted to a vehicle I'm keen. Certainly cheaper than the ones Thomas was using in the REV cars.
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Post by jonescg » Tue, 03 Jan 2017, 02:59

Sold! To me Image

It will be my reminder to convert the CRX some time soon. In the meantime it will serve as a good demonstrator of different charge ports at AEVA displays etc.
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