The original EVSE was designed for and is limited to 12A. The Gen1 will take a max of about 13.75A when connected to an L2. However, unless you can set the max current advertised by the EVSE to something lower, hooking up a vehicle to your EVSE that has the capability of taking 32A, might produce a nasty outcome with wiring that probably isn't safe for that current. I'd suggest selling the old EVSE for parts on eBay and use the funds to buy a quality, high-current J1772 and cable.It is the 32A. But either way it is still 16A per L1 and L2. I probably have that wrong but it is what I was thinking to myself.
That is true, but by code you cannot put a 30 amp wire on a 50 amp breakercar is only gonna draw what its designed for,,you can have a 1000amps capabilty,car is still gonna take 12-13amps.Its like your fuse box.you can have a 50 amp dual throw for your oven,but the oven only draws 30amps.