Voltage is the amount of electrical pressure from a source that is used to generate the current. A volt is defined as the potential difference across a conductor when a current of one ampere dissipates one watt ... What is the Short Circuit Current Rating of Leviton type 1 devices including the 55240-ASA, 55208-ASA, 55480-ASA and the 50240-ASA. Will Leviton be able to check or install a 120V receptacle to ensure that it is suitable for the Prius Plug-in? Where can customers learn more about Leviton’s EVSE products for Toyota and the installation process? Are customers eligible for a tax credit by installing EVSEs? Can a customer purchase Leviton’s EVSE products from a Toyota dealer? How much will it cost to install a Level 2 (240V) EVSE? Does Toyota have other approved vendors for EVSE products? Why was Leviton chosen as an approved vendor? What is the benefit of a Level 2 (240V) EVSE for the Prius Plug-in? Do I need a Leviton EVSE to charge the Prius Plug-in? Who will install my Leviton EVSE? Where should I locate the EVSE? How will an EVSE work? Why would I need an EVSE? Are EVSEs safe? What is an EVSE? When will the RAV4 EV be available? Where and when will the Prius Plug-in be available in 2012?