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Model A220-15D plus Adapter for Tesla charge cable (ADAP006)

$210.00 USD
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Model A220-15D plus Adapter for Tesla charge cable (ADAP006)

$210.00 USD
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Includes Plug Adapter for Tesla with NEMA 5-15 charge cable plug.  Sales Package P-110 consists of the Model A220-15D Quick 220® Voltage Converting Power Supply plus a plug adapter that connects the 220-240 volt to the charge cable shipped with Tesla vehicles.

  • Each plug adapter is rated at 12 amperes, the maximum current available to early Tesla vehicles from the Quick 220® system.
  • For details on Electric Vehicle Charging see "Electric Vehicle Charging."

Power Requirements:  The Quick 220® Power Supply uses two outlets from two different 110-120 volt circuits that are out of phase and not controlled by ground fault interupters (GFI) or arc fault circuit interupters (AFCI). The Quick 220® Power Supply has built in circuitry to test for the out of phase circuits. A separate tester is supplied to check the outlet for a GFI. Most buildings have numerous outlets that meet these two requirements.


Applications include technical equipment, computer servers, power tools, international appliances, air conditioners, air compressors, and exercise equipment.

Model A220-15D For Equipment with US/Canadian Plugs
  • Current

    12 amperes, continuous; 15 amperes up to 3 hours; momentary over range to 50 amperes for starting motors and similar demands.
  • Power

    To 3600 watts at 240 volts.
  • Size

    Portable, weighing less than 4 pounds, with dimensions of 6.5" x 5" x 3"
  • Adapters Fit

    220-240 volt plugs from Europe, Asia, South America, Africa, Australia
  • Straight Blade Outlet

    15 ampere receptacle for US/Canadian 208-240 volt plugs (NEMA 6-15)


Model A220-15D plus Adapter for Tesla charge cable (ADAP006)
  • Input Electrical

    110 to 120 Volts AC, 60 HZ, non-GFI or non-AFCI circuits, two circuits, out of phase.
    Two 72 inch power cords, 15 amperes maximum each line, NEMA 5-15 plugs.
  • Output Voltage

    Single Phase Input: 220 to 240 Volts AC (2 times input voltage).
    Three Phase Input (using 2 phases):190 to 208 Volts AC (1.732 times input voltage).
  • Output Current

    Model A220-15D: 12 amperes max. continuous; 15 amperes max. for up to 3 hours.
  • Output Power

    Model A220-15: 3600 watts at 240 volts.
  • Output Receptacle

    Model A220-15D - straight blade, double outlet, NEMA 6-15R.


1. Certification. The Quick 220® Power Supplies conform to the fire and safety standards of UL (Underwriters Laboratories), CSA (Canadian Standards Association), and OSHA (United States Department of Labor, Occupational Safety and Health Administration.)
  1. UL and CSA publish product safety and testing standards for use in the United States and Canada. Quick 220® Power Supplies conform to UL Standard for Safety Power Units (UL1012) and to CSA Standard for General Use Power Supplies (CAN/CSA C22.2 No. 107.1.)

  2. Intertek Testing Services, an OSHA/CSA recognized laboratory, tested and certified the Quick 220® Power Supplies to both UL and CSA standards. Additionally, Intertek regularly inspects Quick 220® Systems to assure continuing compliance with the standards. Quick 220® Power Supplies are listed In the Directory of Intertek Certified Products and bear the Intertek "Listed" Certification Mark for both the US and Canada.
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  4. UL, CSA, OSHA, and the Nationally Recognized Testing Laboratories address the safety of products that are brought into the home or business. The NEC (National Electrical Code) addresses the permanent wiring of buildings and other facilities. In general, if it is in the walls or a permanent part of the facility, NEC defines how to do it safely. If you can plug it in, then UL, CSA, OSHA, and the testing laboratories handle product safety.

2. Internal Safety Interlocks that function as follows:
  1. No power is available at the 240 volt outlet until BOTH 120 volt power cords are plugged into 120 volt outlets that are electrically out of phase. Should one of the 120 volt power cords lose power or become disconnected, ALL power is immediately cut off from 240 volt outlet. This protects the user and the equipment from the effects of the equipment receiving the wrong voltage by mistake or circumstance.

  2. Until a 120 volt power cord is connected to a 120 volt electrical source, it is electrically isolated from the electrical circuits of the Quick 220® Power Supply. This protects the user from accidental shock through the exposed plug contacts.

  3. If one of the 120 volt supply outlets of the building is wired incorrectly and has the hot and neutral lines reversed, the Quick 220® Power Supply stops any electricity from being connected to the 240 volt outlet. This prevents potential injury to the user and damage to the connected equipment.

3. A double pole circuit breaker is mounted in the side of the case, recessed to prevent accidental on/off switching. It is either a 15 or 20 ampere breaker, depending on the model Quick 220® Power Supply chosen. The breaker protects the item connected, the Quick 220® Power Supply, and the building wiring. Incidentally, the branch circuit breakers in the building perform the same functions at a different level. When extension cords are used, the user should use electrical cords of sufficient wire size for the ampere load as outlined in the instructions.