TESLA Gen 3 Wall Connector Home Electrical Vehicle Charging Station.
The most practical charging solution for houses, apartments, lodging facilities, and workplaces is the Tesla Gen 3 Wall Connector. Multiple power settings, up to 71 km of range added per hour of charging
Charge at home, anytime. Tesla Gen 3 Wall Connector provides a full charge overnight for every homeowner. With customized power settings, the lightweight design allows for versatile indoor/outdoor use, including a range of electrical systems and mounting options.
Monitor your charge with the Tesla app and receive notifications when complete. Wi-Fi connectivity enables over-the-air firmware updates and remote service if necessary. Tesla Wall Connector offers the best home charging experience for any Tesla owner.
Lightweight 18' or 8.5' cable lengths are available. See the "Choosing Location" cable length that works best for your needs.
- Up to 44 miles of range per hour of charge
- Compatible with Model S, Model 3, Model X and Model Y
- Up to 11.5 kW / 48 amp output
- Customizable power levels on a range of circuit breakers
- Compatible with any home electrical system
- Compatible for power sharing with other Gen 3 Wall Connectors only
- Wi-Fi connectivity (2.4 GHz 802.11 b/g/n)
- Approved for indoor and outdoor installation
- Lightweight 8.5", 18’ or 24" cable lengths Tempered white glass faceplate
Tesla Wall Connector
You can integrate your Gen 3 Tesla Wall Connector with Wi-Fi into Home Assistant using the Tesla Wall Connector integration.
Through the user interface, you can add Tesla Wall Connector to your Home Assistant instance by clicking on this My button:
Home Assistant can automatically discover the Tesla Wall Connector. If an instance has been discovered, it will be marked as "Discovered," which you can choose to set up immediately.
What is the difference between a Gen 2 and Gen 3 Tesla wall charger?
The Gen 3 wall connector is currently limited to 48 amps, whereas the Gen 2 wall connector could deliver up to 80 amps to the vehicle. However, Tesla no longer offers vehicles that can handle more than 48 amps, so it makes sense that they would offer a wall connector that is compatible with the maximum power that their vehicles can handle.