So I have a NEMA 6-50 installed at home. The theoretical max is 240V/50A, I believe. Now, obviously I'm not going to realistically achieve that but I've noticed that it seems capped at 40A while charging. On the charge screen, it shows 40A/40A (or sometimes 39A/40A). This gives me pause as it appears that 40A is the absolute maximum charging rate. I've not tried to charge at an HPWC or Roadster 70A charger yet, so perhaps it sets that limit based on charger type. Does everyone else with twin chargers see this? Would having an 80A max charge rate allow me to go above 40A (slightly) on a NEMA 6-50 connector?