Tesla today introduces a new home charging station designed for the modern home. The new wall connector is the automaker's first home-charging solution that can be plugged into a wall outlet instead of being firmly connected to the house's electrical system. This charger can be connected directly to a NEMA 14-50 plug – the most common high voltage plug in the US.
This is a departure from Tesla's earlier strategy, but it makes sense. With this wall connection, homeowners can install a high voltage charging system in a house without an electrician. Just plug it in.
The new Wall Connector offers a faster charging time than the Gen 2 Mobile Connector, which also offers a NEMA 1