I've had the Zencar 32A EVSE for over 2 years now, not a single issue. Works great on my 30A "dryer" (NEMA 14-30R) circuit at 24A, but also provides several other amperage set points as well as 120V charging:
If all you are worried about is overnight charging then a 16A 220 charger is more than enough. It would charge a 30KWH battery from turtle to 100% in about 8 hrs. I've got a Juice Box basic EVSE and I typically charge in about 3 hrs. from 30% to 100%. That is important to me because I sometimes have to make 2 60 mile trips (one in the morning and a second in the afternoon). I can get a full charge in before I have to make that second trip. This happens to me a couple of times a month. I could DCFC if I had to but I'm on solar and charging at home is essentially free. I've had the Juice Box for 3 1/2 years sitting on the outside wall plugged into a 50A RV plug with no problems.Titanium48 wrote: ↑Sat Sep 21, 2019 12:10 pmA 24 A EVSE is ideal for getting the most out of a 30 A circuit, but unless you anticipate situations like needing to charge the car over dinner before going out again that evening or needing to fully charge a Leaf+ from low SOC overnight it probably isn't worth the extra cost compared to a 16 A.