JDapter Stub™ Details

Below is a list of the MAXIMUM AC power charge amps for available electric vehicles.

Jdapter Stub™ 40 Amp is compatible with these cars:

16 amps or less:

  • Nissan LEAF (all 2011-2012, 2013 - newer with 3.3kW charger),
  • Chevy Volt,
  • Chevy Spark EV,
  • Toyota Prius Plug-In,
  • Ford C-Max Energy,
  • Ford Fusion Energy,
  • ZERO motorcycle (2015 and newer with J1772),
  • Brammo motorcycle,
  • Smart Electric Drive until 2016, 
  • Ford C-Max Energi,
  • Karma Fisker,
  • Mitsubishi iMiev,
  • Cadillac ELR,
  • Porshe Cayenne S-E,
  • Porsche Panamera S-E,
  • Honda Accord Plug-In.

28 amps:

  • Nissan LEAF (2013 and newer at 28 amps with "6.6" charger)

30 amps:

  • VW eGolf,
  • Kia Soul EV,
  • BMW i3 and i8,
  • Ford Focus Electric,
  • Fiat 500e,
  • Honda Fit EV,
  • Fiat 500e, 
  • Smart (2017 - newer)

32 amps:

  • Tesla Model 3 with 220 mile EPA range
  • Chevrolet Bolt EV

40 amps:

  • Tesla Model S (2012-2015)
  • Mercedes B-Class ED / B250e
  • Toyota RAV4 EV (2012-2014)

 

DO NOT USE Jdapter Stub™ 40 Amp (with a 40 amp limit) WITH THE FOLLOWING VEHICLES:

For these vehicles, you can use the JDapter Stub™ 80 Amp

48 amps:

  • Tesla Model 3 with 310 mile EPA range
  • Tesla Model S, model year 2016 and newer
  • Tesla Model X

70 amps:

  • Tesla Roadster (requires firmware update to use any charge station over 70 amps)

72 amps:

  • Tesla Model X and Model S (2016 and newer) with optional 72 amp charger

80 amps:

  • Tesla Model S with optional "twin chargers" (2012-2015)

 

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Note: Tesla no longer recommends connecting the HPWC "Wall Connector" (Tesla Destination charger) to 277 volts. The latest HPWC install manual for the HPWC does not list 277V as an acceptable voltage. Very few HPWCs were ever installed with 277 volts, except near a few Supercharger sites (because they only had 277/480 available).

Cars like the GM Bolt EV will just refuse to charge if the voltage is out of spec (above 264 volts)

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JDapter Stub works with all Electric Vehicles (EV) sold in North America and Japan, including:

 

Aston Martin (all, including Rapide)

 

Audi (all, including A3, Q7, eTron)

 

Atieva (all)

 

BMW (all, including i3, i8, 330e, x3. x5, 40e, iDrive, 540e, 740e, xDrive 40e)

 

Brammo (all)

 

Cadillac (all, including ELR, CT6 Plug-In Hybrid)

 

Chevrolet (all, including Spark EV, Volt, Bolt EV)

 

Chrysler (all, including Pacifica Hybrid)

 

Farraday Future (all)

 

Fiat (all, including 500e)

 

Fisker (all, including Karma)

 

Ford (all, including Focus Electric, Fusion Energi, C-Max Energi)

 

Honda (all, including Accord Plug-In, Fit EV, Clarity EV, Clarity Hybrid Plug-In)

 

Hyundai (all, including Ioniq and Sonata Plug-In Hybrid)

 

Infiniti (all)

 

Jaguar (all, including iPace)

 

Karma (all, including Revero)

 

Kia (all, including Niro Plug-In Hybrid, Soul EV, Optima Plug-In Hybrid)

 

McLaren (all, including P1)

 

Mercedes (all, including B-Class ED, B250e, GLE350e, GLE550e, S550e)

 

Mini (all, including Cooper S-E Countryman ALL4 Plug-In Hybrid)

 

Mitsubishi (all, including iMiev, Outlander Hybrid Plug-In)

 

Nissan (all, including LEAF, eNV-2000)

 

Porsche (all, including Cayenne S-E Hybrid, Panamera S-E Hybrid, MissionE, 918 Spyder)

 

Smart (all, including Electric Drive, ED)

 

Tesla, (all, REQUIRES ADAPTER, including Model S, Model X, Model 3, Model Y, Roadster, Roadster II)

 

Toyota (all, including Prius Plug-In, Prius Prime, RAV4 EV)

 

Victory (all, including Empulse)

 

Volkswagen (all, including eGolf)

 

Volvo (all, including XC60-T8, S90-T8 XC90-T8)

 

Zero (all post 2017 with J1772 inlet)