The 3 Most Important Tips For Installing Tesla Home Chargers
Charging your electric car is a great way to reduce your environmental impact and save on fuel costs. But where do you plug it in? Fortunately, Tesla has designed its home chargers to be as efficient as possible. Our first tip will be to make sure the Tesla Home Charger Installation Services are done correctly and efficiently
Tesla’s New Home Chargers
Tesla recently unveiled a new home charger that is much faster than the current chargers. The new charger can charge a Tesla Model S in just 90 minutes, compared to the standard charger which takes around three hours to charge a Tesla.
The new home charger is definitely a game changer for those who own a Tesla. Not only does it make charging your car much faster, but it also allows you to use your car more often since you won’t have to wait long for it to be charged.
What You Need to Know About Tesla Home Chargers
To install a Tesla home charger, you’ll need the following:
A power strip or an outlet.
Tesla charging cables.
A grounding connector.
An adapter if your country uses a different voltage than what your power strip provides.
The right installation instructions from Tesla.
You’re also going to need some tools: a screwdriver, a drill, and plenty of screws.
First, find an outlet that’s close to where you plan to place your home charger. The closer the better! Make sure the outlet is switched off and unplugged before starting your project.
If it’s not already plugged in, plug in the power strip to an outlet on one side of the room and connect one end of the charging cable to it, then plug in the other end of the charging cable to one of the ports on your Tesla Model S or Model X (see fig1).
When to Stop Charging Your Tesla
There is no one definitive answer to this question. In general, you should stop charging your Tesla as soon as it begins to lose power or starts having issues charging. The following are some guidelines that may help you decide when to stop:
-When the Tesla battery indicator says the battery is at least 80% full
-When the car has been idle for more than a few hours without being plugged into a charger
-When there are warning signs that indicate the battery may be damaged
If you’re like most people, you probably have a few chargers scattered around your home. But how do you know which charger to use when you’re away from an outlet? We’ve put together three important tips that will help make installing Tesla home chargers easy and hassle-free. So next time you’re in need of a quick charge, be sure to grab one of our Tesla home chargers!