I was said that for a correct charge of the Zoe you have to install a C curve circuit breaker and an earth leakage protection super immunized.
I’ve had many problems in friend’s houses with earth leakage protection.
I finally decided to buy a electrical transformer of 2 KW to be able to charge in almost any place. It includes when you have a live-live electrical line (110v x 2) instead of a live-neutral setup.
It’s very common in my land the live – live setup, so when I have to trip to any place where I don’t know if the Zoe can charge I take the transformer with me to assure, at least, a charge of near 10A.
I hope this information helps.
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