Our e-Tap 11 kW 8 meter length Tesla mobile charger can be used to charge your Tesla from a red 16A 3-phase CEE socket. The power is adjustable to 3x6A, 3x10A, 3x13A or 3x16A. Your electric vehicle will charge at a maximum rate of 11 kW. The type 2 connector has the very convenient Tesla button built-in. (The charger can be used to charge other type 2 cars as well!)
The charger has a multitude of safety features, including monitoring of the CEE plug temperature, AC and DC residual current leak detection, overheating, ...
Please make sure you charge from a correctly installed red 16A CEE socket as depicted on the left, that is rated to deliver 3x16A, installed with minimum 2.5mm² wires. You can order a high quality wall socket that is IP 67 rated for in- or outdoor use with the charger.
The charger features:
- Earth leakage protection (AC and DC)
- Internal current switching problem detection
- Over current protection
- Over voltage protection
- Low voltage protection
- Short circuit protection
- Overheat protection
- Wall plug overheat protection
- Adjustable charging amps (6-10-13-16)
This mobile charger will also work in case neutral and phase are reversed or when neutral is missing alltogether (3 x 230V network). This is where the Tesla supplied mobile charger will fail to charge... Our charger will work and provides a much cheaper alternative to the Tesla supplied Mennekes Schuko, with the added benefit of having the Tesla control button in the plug!
Download the e-TAP manual by clicking here
||Type 2 female plug with Tesla control button
||3 - phase, 5 x 2.5mm² + 0.75mm². Rated charging current: 3 x 16A (11 kW charging capability)*
||Grey / Blue / Black
|Electric supply connector
||CEE16 (red 5-pin plug for 16A)
|Housing & Dimensions
||Aluminium housing: heigth: 50mm x width: 80mm x length: 190mm - Total Cable length: 8m
||Mode 3 / IEC 61851 communication unit Compliant to: withIEC 62196, IEC 61851-1, CE, EMC, RoHS
||16A / 3 Phase unit: max 11kW @ 3-phase 400V
|Overcurrent & Fault Protection
||RCD typeA-EV (30mA AC, 6mA DC)
||–40°C to 50°C
*Max current and charging time depends on the characteristics of the electric vehicle that is being charged. The EVSE can limit max current in extreme temperatures.