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I interview the CEO of Lectron, Chris Maiwald, about the company’s new NACS to CCS1 adapter. This adapter will allow authorized non-Tesla EVs to charge at Tesla Superchargers.
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04:07 The interview begins
05:00 Chris tells us about his company, Lectron
06:45 What has Lectron done to ensure the adapter is safe?
08:48 Lectron is currently being tested by UL for safety certification under UL 2252
09:27 How much power can the adapter deliver?
11:07 I ask Chris if he is working directly with any OEM for official approval
12:20 What kind of locking mechanisms are on the adapter?
13:45 Will Tesla officially approve this adapter?
16:00 Chris talks about networks banning 3rd party adapters
18:07 Will all the OEMs give away these adapters for free like Ford and Rivian?
19:56 Where will the adapter be made?
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