This is why i think plugging in outside with a commando is a better Idea, but I expect the site might get upset :-(
Hi Andy they look like this
Sorry but that is not so...I think Nissan are going to supply two leads as standard on the new Leafs, so you take your pick which one to use..
I thought from my read through that you had a point on the outside of your house for when you store your caravan. It turns out you have more than enough points."Don't forget to get the permission of the site owner though will you. I always offer to pay... a couple of pound a night is quite reasonable IMO. Normally though they allow me to charge for free once I explain how little they take.
It is always worth remembering too that caravan site electrics are often not as robust as household electrics and even though they might say "16A" it is sometimes the case that they can handle a lot less. This is one reason why you should always get the site owner's permission so there are no surprises in the middle of the night "
Hi Paul & AndyG
Thanks for the feedback I am the campsite owner so I am in the clear! I also built the campsite so the electrics are better than the house and tested every 12 months, I thought it would be a good temporary measure until I sorted the home charger, as each pitch has RCD protection I assume I won't need to add another?
Fantastic! What could be better?Thanks for the feedback I am the campsite owner so I am in the clear! I also built the campsite so the electrics are better than the house and tested every 12 months
That is almost the same as the supplied 3-pin charging cable that comes with the Leaf but with a commando plug and the ability to charge at 16A.I'm guessing you want something like this: