[Oeva-list] The trip in brief
jeff.shorepower at gmail.com
Mon May 16 11:42:49 PDT 2011
The touch screen doesn't do much, but scroll through pictures, for now. In
the future it could be used for payment processing, but all of them are free
This may seem silly, but we've seen a couple people not fully engage the
J1772 connector. We'll check out the station in Salem and update on status.
On Monday, May 16, 2011 12:44:55 AM Alan Batie wrote:
> While charging at the WTC last
> night, I was showing a friend the charging stations up on Salmon, and
> that one was in the same state...
I charged at 6KW at the 1st and Salmon WTC charging station, and it worked
just fine. I could review my data acquistion log for GFCI faults (which
every 10 minutes), but I pretty sure none occured (I need a to put in my
Sometimes, a breaker trips upstream from the EVSE, and it needs to be reset.
However, this is rare, and it has been working very well for some time.
Cars blocking the EVSE are a persistent problem. However, many times people
are just waiting there, and often leave when I pull into the other space and
start charging (they probably realize that there *are* electric cars on the
road, and we *do* use the charging stations--it's not just PR/greenwashing).
The best thing is to have the public see cars charging frequently.
Glad you tried the station at PGE/Salem--I have only used it at 110 the week
before it was upgraded. I'll be happy to test the upgrades when they are
if I know ahead of time. (I met a person from Cherry City Electric (same
that did the one in my garage) who was planning to do the upgrade when I was
charging at PGE/Salem).
Is there someplace that lists the Nissan dealers with charging? Do they
regular non-Leaf vehicles (my Leaf is now scheduled for the week of May 27--
according to the Nissan person on the phone, it was the eco-paint and one
other option that delayed it). Those options are added at Long Beach.
On Mon, May 16, 2011 at 9:58 AM, Alan Batie <alan at batie.org> wrote:
> On 5/16/11 1:11 AM, Jeff Kim wrote:
> > Alan,
> > The blue light indicates there is power at the connector. In the case
> > of the Level 1 connector, it is always powered (so the light is always
> > blue), unless there is a fault. The Level 2 connector is only powered
> > if it is connected to the vehicle and establishes communication with the
> > vehicle, but it should have worked when you plugged it in.
> All I got was a beep, and screen just kept showing pictures of
> shorepower stuff. I'm pretty sure no blue lights turned on, either on
> the station nor in my car, and I didn't hear any of the usual relay
> action. I'm not sure I looked too closely at the car though - I was
> expecting feedback from the station itself. I could go up next weekend
> and try it again...
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