The Kettle can be configured for either 12V or 24V. Position the switch on the bottom of the kettle to 12V and plug directly into the 12V connector on the Tesla console. The kettle comes with two cups that can be neatly stored within the kettle and a wrap around cord that secures with an attached rubber tab. One or two cup fill indicators are marked on the clear oval window, and an orange LED light indicates it's heating.
Pictured to the right are both types of immersion heaters that failed on me within a few weeks. The 12V unit on top had wiring that was under rated for the current load and would get so hot, I couldn't touch the wire. A fire hazard for sure. The bottom, 110V unit which I used with an inverter had no wiring issues, but stopped working after a few weeks.