Dryer Buddy #3 30A 240v Splitter, 5ft. cable NEMA 14-30 plug (1996+), one 14-30 outlet, one L6-30 outlet with optional Volt/Ammeter meter
Dryer Buddy allows you to share your 1996 or newer dryer outlet with your EVSE. Allows both to share the 30A circuit. As running a Dryer on low heat/tumble dry doesn't use nearly as much power as high heat a ammeter is included so you may see how much current your dryer uses and you can use the rest to charge your car! Or just charge at night when not doing laundry and use the full circuit to charge your car. Great for apartment dwellers, temp housing or an easy hookup at a friend’s/relative’s house. Housed in a solid 6x6x4 PVC gray box. This unit is built with one 14-30 outlet and one L6-30 outlet. Input power cable is a 14-30 black one.
Need some extra length between your Dryer outlet and Dryer Buddy or between the Dryer Buddy and your Electric Vehicle Charging Station (EVSE)? I custom build extension cords to the length your need and with the plug and outlet of your choice, see my extensions in the Adapter’s section for a few models;
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