Electric vehicle charging
I'm looking into purchasing an electric vehicle as gas prices have skyrocketed where I live. I've read a number of studies showing that riding in a fully electric vehicle doesn't pose significant risk to a pacemaker's functionality. I have also been in an electric vehicle with no adverse effects.
The area of concern for me comes in regards to charging. The vehicle I'm looking at has the ability to charge from a standard 110v household outlet. As such, I assume it poses no greater risk in regard to Electromagnetic interference than plugging in any other household appliance (please correct me if I'm wrong) would.
The concern is with public 220 volt fast chargers. I am worried about the potential effect to my pacemaker when connecting the vehicle to one of these devices.
If anyone can offer insight or point me towards a definitive answer, it would be greatly appreciated.
You know you're wired when...
You trust technology more than your heart.
I am no expert, but I believe that without the defibrillator that I have, I would be dead.