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The Official Tesla-Made NACS to CCS1 Adapter For Supercharger Access Is Here!

The Official Tesla-Made NACS to CCS1 Adapter For Supercharger Access Is Here!

Video by State Of Charge via YouTube

I received my NACS to CCS1 adapter from Ford a few days ago and tested it on my F-150 Lightning as I previously did with the A2Z and Lectron adapters. This is the official adapter that is made by Tesla and is currently the only one that Tesla and Ford endorse for use on the Supercharger network.

The adapter will allow non-Tesla vehicles to charge at Tesla Superchargers, provided the manufacturer of the EV has an agreement in place with Tesla.

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00:00 Intro
01:14 Unboxing
03:44 Charging my Lightning at the Tesla Supercharger
07:31 My thoughts on approved vs non-approved NACS adapters
11:13 Tesla, Ford, and Rivian’s statements on non-approved adapter use
12:26 The NACS to CCS1 key features
14:20 The 10% to 80% charge recording
14:57 The surface temperature of the adapter during the charging session
15:48 My initial thoughts on the build quality
20:00 Thanks to Ford for sending these to customers for free
21:10 Outro

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