The Tesla Superchargers getting the Starlink internet may make you question everything, but one question that remains in mind is why would superchargers need Starlink internet?
The Tesla Supercharger is a 480-volt direct current fast-charging device developed by Tesla, Inc. for electric vehicles.
Six Supercharger stations were launched on September 24, 2012, as part of the Supercharger network.
Starlink’s satellites, which are typically low in the sky, require a near-perfect line of sight.
Trees, buildings, and even poles may easily block the signal, so if there are large trees obstructing the horizon, you’ll have to climb up and over them.
To remedy the problem, Starlink beta testers have gone to amusing and beautiful DIY extremes.
Starlink’s website makes all of this crystal clear. “If any object such as a tree, chimney, pole, etc. interrupts the path of the beam, even briefly, your internet service will be interrupted,” says Starlink.
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