Tesla now offers a "48 Amp charging system".

EVSEs need to follow the NEC's Continuous Duty rule; thus...

125% of 48 means a 60 Amp circuit would be needed for such an EVSE.

I understand that the largest Amp circuit feeding an EVSE is limited to 80 Amps.

80% of 80 Amps, or 64 Amps would be the maximum Ampacity of said EVSE.

(i.e.: There are two ways to do the Continuous Duty math.)

Between 60 and 80 is only one more available STANDARD sized circuit breaker (NEC section 240.6), that being 70 Amps. (80% is 56 Amps.)

{I'm not interested in the 40 Amp EVSE that would be on a 50 Amp circuit.}

*Here's my question:*

How many choices does one have, now or in the not to distant future, for 48, 56 and 64 Amp EVSEs?How many choices does one have, now or in the not to distant future, for 48, 56 and 64 Amp EVSEs?

or put another way...

**Does anyone out there have a 48, 56 or 64 Amp EVSE?**

What are your reactions and/or experiences with it?

What are your reactions and/or experiences with it?

I ask because the last time I looked, I did NOT seen very many examples in these capacities.