I had a wall connector installed in my home back in July, but only recently noticed that the electrician installed a 50A breaker instead of a 60A breaker in my panel. I remember reading that there should be around a 20% buffer between the breaker and the connector output. I have been using it fairly often and it provides a full 48A and 44 miles/hour charge. This may be due to the settings inside of the connector being set for that. But the breaker hasn't popped once. When I originally contacted the electrician to install it, I know I told him of the 60A requirement and gave him the manual digitally to review. I am concerned about any safety issues and whether I need to get this corrected. I was told by another electrician that had he used a 60A breaker, I would have needed to install a cut off switch near the connector, which he didn't do. Maybe he stayed within code that way. Do I have an issue?