Tiim to go electric, couldn't really find a charger that fitted the bill, also moving between houses really wanted one that could be moved. You can buy the parts, so went for that and built my own.
These parts came from Ecoharmony. I went for the one with the more expensive one, which hasmost safety features, including PEN earth detection and 6mA Residual Current Monitor. The EPC 2 basic alows control of the current from 6A to 32A, using a resistor or voltage. Utilising the in future I intend to make it work better with solar panels.
A few mor parts. Crimped connections for better contact and a 32A plug to be able to move it from one place to another. The on/off switch hadn't arrived at the time of buiding.
Mounting the rail and charging socket, plenty of wire on the socket to use in the rest of the wiring.
Inside the EPC a series of switches to be set to cover the various settings.
The wiring is simple, just like jioning the dots. Some of the parts need permanent fixing, waiting until electrical test have bee done to do the fixing.
The box ready to use.