Submitted by bsodt on Fri, 2020-02-21 14:42
I am re-posting this with better info. My first Tesla, its a 2018 S 75d with 18k miles. I installed the GEN3 wall charger with 60 amp breaker and 6AWG wire. It has never gone above 24mph charge so the service guy said it varies on how low the battery is. So i got it down to less that 80 miles estimate and it still never went above 23-24 rate. I have read a lot of threads here about charging on here and understand limitations and that not all cars can do the same rates. It just seems that with a 500 dollar charger and a full 60 amp showing in the wall charger config that 24 max is a bit slow. Supercharging of course goes higher but at home it sure seems weak with all that power available.
I can't attach a picture but I see.... 23 mi/hr 239v 30/48a on the Tesla app. Maybe the 30/48 is the issue?
Do any other 2018 S 75D people see higher rates with a GEN3 or nema-15 connection? I also tried the NEMA-15 and still only got max 24mph with the factory charge cable 240v?
Newbie Tesla guy here so I appreciate your time!