There are some good suggestions in this older thread that are worth having a look at: ozleaf.proboards.com/thread/297/wall-chargers-suggestons. When the charger that came with my leaf died, just out of warrenty of course I bought a Volt charger from Holden which was a cheap option at the time.
Hi Caroline, I think DAC just beat me to it. I also got one of these... www.evolutionaustralia.com.au/product-page/portable-evse-ev-charger-10a-15a-switchable. It is a portable but mine hangs off a hook on the wall, next to the 15 Amp power point, where I park the car at night. I leave for work at 05:00am in the morning so I can not get a full offpeak charge when using 10 amps. It is also more efficient to Charge at 15 amps ( power from socket verses power stored in battery). If I charge during the daytime, it is handy to be able to switch to 6 amps as I can then charge on solar power only. 32 amps does not help the Gen 1 LEAFs as the J1772 charger will only run 15/16A.
I too have one of these - well two actually. Great company, and there's a wall bracket for the EVSE available as well if you are the tidy type. I particularly like the plug receptacle that comes with it, as it looks like a fuel pump when the cable is in it
Being able to select 6A for solar and 15A for fast (well faster than 10A anyway) charging on busy days is very useful.
My only whinge is that the shake mechanism could be replaced with something better (a button or similar) because it's hard to change the output amps sometimes. I've opened one of mine up to have a look at how I could do that and contacted the vendor but haven't managed to work out how yet.
2012 Aus-delivered LEAF 2020 Tesla Model 3 SR+ 11kW of Solar with automation to maximise self-consumption More EVSEs than is healthy
I've been using an openevse level 2 charger for a year now and it's fantastic. It's very noticeably faster than the one that came with the leaf. I get 16.2 A but you can set lower rates for solar panels. Required assembly but it was fairly easy. Have not had any problems so far. The unit I have can do up to 40A peak /32A sustained so it's future proof. Paid about $550 Inc shipping.