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The fuse diagram in 3-1.6 shows a 10A fuse for Vehicle-to-Home (not Vehicle-to-grid like the Leaf). This means a possible max output of 3.5kW for the Ariya for Vehicle-to-Home scenarios (66 kWh: 353V, 91 kWh: 352V) although nominal should be much less I guess.
 

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The fuse diagram in 3-1.6 shows a 10A fuse for Vehicle-to-Home (not Vehicle-to-grid like the Leaf). This means a possible max output of 3.5kW for the Ariya for Vehicle-to-Home scenarios (66 kWh: 353V, 91 kWh: 352V) although nominal should be much less I guess.
Where does it say that fuse is for Vehicle to Home charging?
 

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On page 24 of 91 (i.e., page ERG–24) there is a fuse diagram. Check approximately in the center of the image and there you will see a fuse labelled "VEHICLE TO HOME 10A"

also, I’ve seen somewhere a diagram that shows the 12V battery to be located in the trunk and also Nissan image showing a user drawing with a pure sine inverter some 110-230V load from the vehicle. In summary, I believe the v2h load will come from wiring in the trunk … unless Nissan produces a v2h adapter in the future and draws the current directly from the charging port like the Ioniq 5. The fuses are for the moment in place …
 

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There is an aux battery for vehicles with ProPilot 2.0, so not all the models have that installed. As for the fuse, that really doesn't mean much at this point, since those are low voltage fuses. There haven't been any indications of equipment installed to support V2L/V2H. The only place I've see talk of an inverter was in the Japanese marketing, but that was your standard 12V to 110V inverter with Nissan branding, nothing special.

Not saying it's not possible, but I don't think there's enough evidence to say whether or not its going to be available. My guess is that the 2024/25 models may eventually support it.
 

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On page 24 of 91 (i.e., page ERG–24) there is a fuse diagram. Check approximately in the center of the image and there you will see a fuse labelled "VEHICLE TO HOME 10A"

also, I’ve seen somewhere a diagram that shows the 12V battery to be located in the trunk and also Nissan image showing a user drawing with a pure sine inverter some 110-230V load from the vehicle. In summary, I believe the v2h load will come from wiring in the trunk … unless Nissan produces a v2h adapter in the future and draws the current directly from the charging port like the Ioniq 5. The fuses are for the moment in place …
Diagrams for the battery indicate that all models will have a 12V lead-acid battery under the hood. Models equipped with ProPilot 2.0 will have an Aux 12V Lithium battery in the trunk.
 
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