dcorby wrote:My 200 amps if fully loaded, (not in # of breakers). I live In Québec, Canada. Here, all heating is electric. I allready have a CT installed on my main, and during cold night off winter, my house can draw as much as 180 amps !!! I want this load miser, it's my best option.
Yikes, 180amps! yes I didn't think of using electric for your primary heat source, don't want to add a high load to that.
dcorby wrote:My question: Can a Nissan Leaf be cut of it's power more than 3 times during a single charge ?
Could someone do the test on it's own car ? (turn of the breaker for 10secs, put it back on, have a look at your car if it start charging again.... if yes, repeat until it won't restart to charge.....)
Thanks again for all your answers....
I could do the test for you but I have a '13 and considering you might have a '16?? not sure if they'd be the same. I'd also wonder if it would make a difference what EVSE you plan on using.....what brand/model do you plan on using?
I was thinking I could just unplug and replug my EVSE for the test but it's probably best to use the breaker as it might not be the best idea to unplug a device drawing 27a and just unplugging from the car(using the stop charge button on the head) might not be an accurate test as to what you'd be doing. I could still do the test if you want(with the breaker), assuming it works how many cycles would you want me to try?