Long story short, I found myself in a position where I have 3 different OEM EVSE's that are all capable of running at 220v. They came from a 2012 Ford Focus Electric, 2017 Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid and a 2020 Chevrolet Bolt EV. Must mention that the Ford Focus Electric had a recall on the EVSE and original one from 2012 looks substantially different from the replacement I received in 2018. In my garage I have a couple NEMA 6-20A Outlets, so I purchased an adapter that went from NEMA 6-20P to 5-20R (did not convert though from 220 to 110). I then successfully charged the Pacifica and Bolt from each of the EVSE at 220v (over a couple different days). The Pacifica with the smaller battery took a little under 5 hours from 0% (normally 10-11 hours on 110 and, 2 hours on my 40a permanently mounted charger). I did charge the Bolt from about 60% to 100% but didn’t log the time. In all instances, of charging, I did purposely go and “feel” the EVSE at the plug, cable, adapter, outlet and handle. All the components were warm but nowhere near hot.
Couple things of note:
+ The Ford and Chevrolet EVSE’s look identical and have the same CC-C-L2-13-300-B number wrapped on the cable. Other forums have opened these up and the board shows Clipper Creek.
+ The Chrysler has Intertek 4000982 stamped on the bottom.
Looks similar to https://www.prnewswire.com/news-release ... 43139.html
NEMA Adapter 6-20P to 5-20R I am using
We have a pair of GE DuraStations at our house, I was looking for a temporary 220v option for when we are travelling to a beach house that has 6-20 outlets. Thought I would share that all three of the OEM EVSE’s that I have support the L2 charging at what appears 12A.
Posted this on both the Bolt/Focus/Pacifica forums.