I bought a 100D Model S a few days ago and I am researching my options for home charging. My local energy company has an incentive for installing Level 2 home chargers. There is a $500 rebate for a networked charger and a $250 rebate for a non-networked charger. Here is how they define a network charger:
"A Networked Level 2 EV charging station, sometimes referred to as a “smart” charging station, must be capable of connecting to the internet via WiFi connection for app or web-based charging control. Typical networked charging station features can enable owners to control charge times, monitor power, set notifications, or view charge history. Many other smart grid features may be available depending on charging station model."
Even though I don't drive much most days, I am still looking at getting a 60 amp line pulled from the basement where the electrical panel is. So far I have learned that the Tesla Wall Connector is a non-networked charger and my 100D Model S can do a max of 48 amps (34 miles per hour) on it.
What networked charger options do I have? The ChargePoint Home seem to go up to 32 amp max. There is the ClipperCreek HCS-80 that can go up to 64 amps (limited to 48 with my Model S?), but that's $969. Maybe the JuiceBox Pro 40 is the best all around (@ $549) because it can do 40 amp (vs. 48 w/ Tesla Wall Connector)? Others?