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 Post subject: Jesla portable charging solution
PostPosted: Thu Oct 02, 2014 11:24 pm 
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Hi,

Saw some mentions of this on the site but couldn't find much information on it. Can someone point me more to more information or links? Sounds like something that would be helpful when traveling

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James

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 Post subject: Re: Jesla portable charging solution
PostPosted: Thu Oct 02, 2014 11:45 pm 
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james wrote:
Hi,

Saw some mentions of this on the site but couldn't find much information on it. Can someone point me more to more information or links? Sounds like something that would be helpful when traveling

thanks
James

Recent Rav4 EV owner


Tony Williams can give you everything you want to know about Jesla.

Below is cut and paste of Jesla information Tony provided in other threads including his contact info. Good Luck

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So, there are numerous major advantages of JESLA:

a) truly portable and light weight with a carrying bag

b) automatic amperage adjustment (absolutely no other charge station has this... NONE) depending on which plug is used

c) automatic voltage capability, 100 to 250 volts

d) able to fully charge any Tesla powered vehicle (Rav4 EV, Mercedes B-Class ED, Tesla Model S/X/3 and Roadster) at 40 amps * 250 volts = 10kW

e) charges far quicker than typical public J1772 stations

f) comes with a warranty


JELSA ships with a NEMA 14-50 and NEMA 5-15 plugs. Additionally, you may want to buy the correct plug for your dryer or for motel air conditioners:

................................................VOLTS / AMPS.......kW
NEMA 5-15 .......Standard Outlet.. 120 V / 12 A...... 1.4 kW
NEMA 5-20 ...... Motel air conditioner 120/16A....... 1.9 kW
NEMA 10-30......Older Dryers...... 240 V / 24 A...... 5.8 kW
NEMA 14-30......Newer Dryers..... 240 V / 24 A...... 5.8 kW
NEMA 14-50......RV Parks ........... 240 V / 40 A...... 9.6 kW

http://shop.quickchargepower.com/search ... ds=adapter



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Rav4 EV, Mercedes B-Class ED or Tesla Model S
Miles Gained per Hour Charging @ 87.5% charger efficiency
70F Ambient temperature - hotter or colder will decrease miles gained

--------------------------------------- 2.7 miles/kWh - 3.4 miles/kWh
------------ Amps/Volts -- Where ------ City Drive ----- 65mph

NEMA 5-15 - 12 / 120 ------- Any ------ 2.8 miles ------ 3.5 miles (North American wall socket)
NEMA 5-20 - 16 / 120 ------ Motels ---- 3.8 miles ------ 4.7 miles (motel air conditioners)
NEMA 10-30- 24 / 240 ------ Home ---- 13.6 miles ----- 17.7 miles (old style dryer outlet)
NEMA 14-30- 24 / 240 ------ Home ---- 13.6 miles ----- 17.7 miles (new style dryer outlet)
J1772 ------- 30 / 208 ------ Public ---- 14.8 miles ----- 18.7 miles (typical public J1772)
J1772 ------- 30 / 240 ------ Home ---- 17.1 miles ----- 21.6 miles (rare 240 volt public J1772)
NEMA 6-50 -- 40 / 240 ------ Home ---- 22.7 miles ----- 28.5 miles (welder outlet)
NEMA 14-50- 40 / 240 ------ Home ---- 22.7 miles ----- 28.5 miles (RV park "50 amp service")


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 Post subject: Re: Jesla portable charging solution
PostPosted: Fri Oct 03, 2014 12:15 am 
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The Jesla is just the Tesla Mobile Connector that comes with every Model S, except the Model S connector at the end is hacked off and replaced with a standard J1772 connector (hence the name = J1772 + Tesla.) It's a great EVSE option, and it's nice to have that Tesla cachet, but it's a little pricey. Here's a good thread discussing various charging options.

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 Post subject: Re: Jesla portable charging solution
PostPosted: Fri Oct 03, 2014 1:58 am 
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james wrote:
Hi,

Saw some mentions of this on the site but couldn't find much information on it. Can someone point me more to more information or links? Sounds like something that would be helpful when traveling

thanks
James

Recent Rav4 EV owner


http://shop.quickchargepower.com/JESLA- ... -JESLA.htm

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