[Oeva-list] Salem Trip

Jeff Kim jeff.shorepower at gmail.com
Wed May 25 16:56:19 PDT 2011

Yes, the blinking effect of the blue light is a result of the video.  The
blue light must remain on (solid) while the connection is powered.  This is
an SAE J1772 requirement.  Seems like some stations don't have this, but
it could be difficult to see if the station wasn't charging at the time.

On Tue, May 24, 2011 at 6:16 PM, Alan Batie <alan at batie.org> wrote:

> On 5/24/11 6:01 PM, Jeff Kim wrote:
> > The Shorepower stations have been tested with  multiple Leafs without
> > any issues, including several people on this list.  I'm not aware of any
> > issues arising after use of the stations.  They were also tested with
> > Nissan's demo car, but we would be interested to hear what Nissan is
> > doing differently.  We have several contacts with Nissan, but have not
> > heard anything about this.
> I suspect it's more along the lines of "we've got no clue why it
> complained so we'll grasp at straws", but given the way they attacked
> it, I wouldn't be surprised if they actually did come visit...
> I suspect the issue is related to my being there as it finished and
> unplugging it immediately after the car finished charging.  Has anyone
> here gone through that exact scenario?  Nissan seemed to think the
> charging process had been interrupted, but the car had indicated it had
> finished (beeped and the three blue lights went solid on).
> On another note, the charging station blue lights didn't blink like they
> did in Chris' video.  Was that a video artifact?  They didn't do that in
> the video until he pulled away a bit...
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