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European UMC adapter resistor coding

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  1. Max99

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    For other Ω options you can use following Ω calculator
    Calc
     
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    BTW If I use 3*16A rated Tesla mobile charger for 22 or more amps. So it look like overcurrent.
    I don't worry about copper wire it can handle more than 32A, also I suggest we can determinate heating before it burn.
    I worry about Tesla mobile chatger contactor. Do some one know what is the type of contactor come in Tesla mobile charder?
    Do we have come pictures inside 3 phase Europian mobile charder?
     
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    I found some info about Tesla mobile charger.
    So the over current is not ok for by contact and contractor reason.

    The knife contact is not strong enough for overcurrent
     

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    Hi, my UMC blinks red 3 times.
    I measured the schuko adapter:
    Resistor between 1 (Ground) and 6 ("Pilot"): 100kΩ.
    How can I found the problem?
     
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    According to the manual, three flashes means "Contactor failed".
     
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    so my umc is dead...
     
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    It is worth resetting and power-cycling the UMC. Similarly, try resetting the car and if that doesn't help, try a power down on the car and leave it off for 10 minutes or so before trying again. I am not sure whether the contactor would be in the UMC or the car. It may be worth trying a different UMC on your and/or a different car on your UMC.
     
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    Same thing after phase inversion
     
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