werty19 wrote:Will nissan take back an upgraded one?
More than likely they won't notice it's been upgraded, but you won't get any more for it and the person who eventually gets it may not even know/care it's L2 usable.
It's nice when people offer the upgraded ones for trade or a smallish upgrade fee. Unfortunately since most people prefer to not ship their EVSE, you kind of have to be near the person wanting to trade, and while my '12 came
from OC, I live nowhere
When I turned in my 2012 Leaf it had an OpenEVSE 16A 240V and 12A 120V EVSE. I think the dealer only checked that the bag was there. I had no problems with the turn in. It had a L6-20 and an adapter for 120V.
I carry an upgraded 16A OpenEVSE with me but I have never used it. The L1 table has been edited so that I could charge at 16A on a 20A circuit.
I sold the previous one with a faulty 120V adapter that I never tried. I exclusively charge at home with a 30A wall mounted OpenEVSE. My car has CCS but I see no need since charging at home fits my needs. The carry along unit is strictly for emergency use. The L1 unit that came with my car sits on a shelf that was never even plugged in. It will sit there until lease turn in.
Retired means no commute to work anymore. That alone shaved 40 miles a day from my mileage.