Thanks for the pictures. Very helpful! How did you convert the Tesla mobile connector to j1772?
The J1772 connectors are available as replacement parts. Duosida seems to be a decent brand. At first I ordered a 50 Amp version, but the pins in the 50 Amp model are for larger gauge wire than the wire in the Tesla UMC cable. I ended up exchanging it for a 32 Amp model with pins that were sized correctly for the wire size used in the Tesla UMC. You need to have access to a professional grade crimper. The crimper and accessories used by the guy who helped me with the project cost $2000 and was actuated with compressed air. The cost of the J1772 connector and the service to crimp the wires was about $150. This is the same amount that you will pay for a Lectron Tesla to J1772 adapter. If I did this again I would go the adapter route rather than replacing the connector.Thanks for the pictures. Very helpful! How did you convert the Tesla mobile connector to j1772?