[Oeva-list] Think City

Ken Brown ken-kw-oeva1.9226ce at qualityswengineering.com
Fri Jun 1 15:12:35 PDT 2012


Do any of those have the ability to stop the charge at 80%, as the manual recommends (but does not explain how to accomplish)?

On Jun 1, 2012, at 14:18 , Michael EATON wrote:

> Home Depot has them on-line for $799 with a timer so you can have them come on when the cost of power goes down at night.  Brand:  Schneider.  30 Amps.  $750 Oregon tax credit for buying one according to PGE, so that makes $49 for a lot of convenience.
> 
> --Michael
> 
> Michael Eaton P.E.                          Sellwood Bridge Project
> Design Engineering Manager            Multnomah County Bridges  
> 503.780.8947                                  2100 SW River Parkway               
> michael.j.eaton at multco.us                Portland, OR 97201
> 
> 
> 
> On Fri, Jun 1, 2012 at 1:18 PM, <patrick0101 at gmail.com> wrote:
> Level 1 delivers about 1.6kW, this rate slows as the pack near full and/or heats up. If you have a 24kWh pack near empty, then it will take 15 hours minimum at level 1 to fill up. So I think you 16-17 hours is fairly typical. I would suggest investing in a Level 2 EVSE. They are sold at Lowes and on Amazon.com for less than $1000. It will allow you to charge about 2.5X faster. 
> 
> Regards,
> Pat
> Sunlight will never cost $4/gallon
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