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Does the Ariya have any capabilities for vehicle to load like the Ioniq5 and EV6, through an adapter, etc., or do you have to use an external inverter through the 12 volt system.
 

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Hi:

Does the Ariya have any capabilities for vehicle to load like the Ioniq5 and EV6, through an adapter, etc., or do you have to use an external inverter through the 12 volt system.
There’s an article of interest regarding this matter written by Tom Moloughney of Inside EV’s. The article describes in length the Wallbox “Quasar 2“ bi-directional charger that may be available around the time the Ariya launches. Obviously this product besides being an EV charger does not provide off-site or camping power solutions. However this product will offer a practical power solution utilizing your EV battery to power your home in the event of a power grid interruption.
 

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There’s an article of interest regarding this matter written by Tom Moloughney of Inside EV’s. The article describes in length the Wallbox “Quasar 2“ bi-directional charger that may be available around the time the Ariya launches. Obviously this product besides being an EV charger does not provide off-site or camping power solutions. However this product will offer a practical power solution utilizing your EV battery to power your home in the event of a power grid interruption.
Thanks. Yes, I saw that article, but wanted emergency 110V power for say appliances, not whole house power.
 

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That is still a 12 volt inverter, not connected to the high voltage system. But do you know what is he plugging it into in the rear of the car. It is better than connecting to the 12v battery.
I would think the 12V battery since its under the cargo floor. There is a pass thru on the right side, so cables can go from under floor to the right side cargo pocket, letting the cables come through.
 
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