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    What is the RS-485 port for on a Gen 3 Wall Connector?

    That little connector serves NO purpose. For the moment, the components (U12?) for that RS-485 interface are not populated ... See this THREAD for more info & photos.
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    Gen3 HPWC disassembly, with overheating issues explained!

    Anyone noticed the RFID-antenna on that LED-strip/RFID Flex-PCB [1470138-61-D] ? Furthermore: looks like the components (U12?) for that RS-485 connector are not populated ...
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    Anyone know what this model is?

    Faraday Future FF 91
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    DIY laadpaal

    Kijk misschien ook even naar onderstaande projectjes: dsPIC33EP_IEC61851_J1772_ChargePort_EVSE: A prototype IEC61851 / J1772 EVSE Interface intended to connect to a 3.3V microcontroller of your choice. TWCController: Wireless Controller for a Gen 2 Tesla Wall Charger (hardware and software)...
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    Rempedaal effect op ramen?

    Inderdaad ! Staat vermeld in de sectie " 'Best practices' bij koude weersomstandigheden" op p. 101 v/d handleiding. • Model 3 past de stand van de ruiten automatisch iets aan, zodat het openen van portieren bij lage temperaturen wordt vergemakkelijkt.
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    Logo’s radiozenders

    Ook zo in België ... Ik dacht dat zenderlogo's een wezenlijk onderdeel uitmaakten van de DAB+ standaard ?!?
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    Tesla Wall Connector load sharing protocol

    @hcsharp: Would you mind sharing your code with us ?
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    Tesla Wall Connector load sharing protocol

    Answer: ———————————————————————————————————— Get firmware version: FB1B Response: FD 1B 04 05 03 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 27 Decoded response Firmware version: 4.5.3 ———————————————————————————————————— Get (S)TSN (serial number): FB19 Response: FD 19 41 31 38 47 30 30 30 XX XX XX...
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    Tesla Wall Connector load sharing protocol

    Finally got my own brand new TWC ... :D:cool: Noticed that the EU-version has an extra connector / jumper "CNA4" near the bottom edge of the PCB: Pin 1 --> UA21 pin 74 = GPIO 34 (with a pull-up resistor) Pin 2 -- Gnd See this TMC post a for picture. @CDragon : can you find a trace of that...
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    HPWC data link question

    Have a look over here: HPWC Hacking
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    Tesla Wall Connector load sharing protocol

    Great Job ! I suppose you 've been performing all this testing/probing with the TWC 's DIP-switch 2 in the UP position (=Default) ? What if you put that one in the DOWN position ? Apparently, that puts this EVSE in a more generic J1772 mode - not using any (Tesla proprietary) CAN-bus...
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    Tesla Wall Connector load sharing protocol

    @tga: Be carefull not to mix "HPWC" (old Gen I) and "TWC" (new Gen II) devices in this sort of discussions. Before you know, people are talking about completely different hardware ...;) Of course: all info is welcome !
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    Tesla Wall Connector load sharing protocol

    Tja ... for the Dutch / LaadSlim customers ... Not for me ... sniff (pun intended) :rolleyes:
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    Tesla Wall Connector load sharing protocol

    If only we could sniff a Maxem® ...
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    Tesla Wall Connector load sharing protocol

    Noticed these power-related "mods" too ... Be careful there ! Especially make sure you don't create a ground loop between the TWC (=DUT) and your "testing equipment".

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