Interesting, thanks for the tip! I’m 99.9% sure that sentry isn’t on unless it’s turned itself back on after an update, but I’ll check tomorrow. I still need to call Tesla to see what they say about it, but as an intermediate fix, I’ve implemented an automation in home assistant to turn charging off when SOC goes above 79% and it turns off then and does not cycle anymore. It works, but I really don’t want to use that as a crutch, but the fact that you are seeing it with a juice box and I’m seeing it with a wall connector makes me think it might be something with the car/software… anyway, sorry this has drifted a bit off topic of this original thread, but thanks for all the input!Yep, this happens to me too. Albeit on my Juicebox, not Tesla WC:
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This happens due to Sentry Mode being on. Sentry mode uses roughly ~250W of power constantly, so after 30 mins, it has discharged enough for the car to request a charge to top up again. Once I turned Sentry Mode off, this behavior went away.