VW ID.4 FE Dusk Blue
Regardless of voltage, the VW supplied charger advertises 10 amps of available current. It seems it was designed with the intention of not being on a fully dedicated circuit, such as in a garage where you might share with lights and a garage door opener. I saw no easy way (e.g. DIP switches) to change this to something higher such as 16 amps.Thanks for the reply. I'm actually not assumed 2x amperage. I understand the difference between amps and volts. I also understand how 120 vs 240 works.
My question is regarding the rating of the VW-supplied equipment. If it can be connected (plugged in) to a 20 amp 240 volt circuit, rather than a 15 amp 240 volt circuit, would it feed the car more juice? More importantly, is the device rated for 20 amps or 15?
Later this morning I'll look at it and answer my own question, but I couldn't do that last night as my wife was sleeping and opening the garage door triggers a beep from my alarm system.
I would really encourage you to read this 80 post thread as many of your questions have already been answered. Additionally, the label on the back of the EVSE shows some of these details as well.