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Old 08-10-2017, 07:17 PM   #11 (permalink)
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I take it Chademo and CCS use different signaling protocols? I've read that Tesla uses the same protocol as CCS, so then it's just a matter of getting an adapter to physically bridge the different connectors.

It would be neat if there were adapters to go between Chademo and CCS. Really though, Chademo should just go away.

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Old 08-10-2017, 09:29 PM   #12 (permalink)
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Probably okay to edit them - here's what I would do: message the recent users of those stations and confirm it with them. Another way to go is to contact the company that owns them - they will know if those stations have both CHAdeMO and CCS connections.

CHAdeMO and CCS are totally different physically, and probably a bit different signals. Tesla sells a CHAdeMO adapter, interestingly enough. Hopefully, eventually, we get cross operable adapters for Tesla and CCS. I think CHAdeMO is a harder road ahead, with only the Leaf using it - though the Leaf will probably keep its lead in number of cars on the road, for a little while anyway.

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