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Discussion in 'North America' started by bonnie, Feb 2, 2013.
Honda Fit EV Overheats When Used with Blink Chargers | PluginCars.com
So, I assume that OUR adapters are REMA?
I didn't read that. I read 'be careful' when using a charging station with that type of connector to your adapter. I'd likely use it at 30amp and then check to see if it was warm (as they recommend) after about 20 minutes. If it was, I'd dial it down.
I get that yes.Maybe I'm mixing apples and oranges.I get the impression from the part about the Rav4 that his J1772 connector had bad pins. It is highly likely that I'm not "fluent"/experienced enough to understand. :smile:
So not only are Blink chargers unreasonably expensive at $2/hr, but we can only safely draw 3.3kW from them? Why is this bit of electrical engineering so hard for Ecotality to get right?
If you have time and are interested, this is the whole rav4 ev story
My Nissan Leaf Forum View topic - Blink / Rav4 Blows Out a Contactor Pin (with gory pics)
clearly, when the new nissan with the 6,6kw charger will hit the streets, beware!!!!!!
fires in the making!
many (all) of those blink chargers have quality issues
the connection between cable and plug (crimp) is of bad quality and has tendency to overheat