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# 214176 1-May-2017 11:19
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Are there any issues with charging EVs inside? I'm thinking more garage than living room, but each to their own!

 

Are there any ventilation or similar requirements?


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  # 1773343 1-May-2017 12:01
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I don't think so as there are alot of articles about putting charger units in garages and schemes like where UK subsidies their installation don't mention any ventilator requirements.

How powerful chargers are you thinking about?Normal wall 10A? Or 32A chargers.

If the second you could ask the companies that sell them. (I read the installation manual for NZ sourced 32A charger unit and there was no ventilation requirement)

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  # 1773421 1-May-2017 12:59
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Apart from electrical side - think about temperature/moisture. Battery charging in the hot and humid place is not a good idea.


 
 
 
 


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RunningMan:

 

Are there any issues with charging EVs inside? I'm thinking more garage than living room, but each to their own!

 

Are there any ventilation or similar requirements?

 

 

No issues. The batteries are li-ion, not lead-acid. 

Charge away. 





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Thanks everyone!


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