reeler wrote:Wouldn't it be easy enough to have an IFFTT script that could ping the LEAF for state of charge and command a ChargePoint Home adapter to turn off once it hits 80%. ChargePoint could put this into their app too easily enough.
I'm not sure if there's any IFTTT support built in, but it'd be really easy to write a python script (or anything else for that matter) that queries the car's charge through the Nissan API and then turns off the EVSE when it gets to a certain charge. I've been thinking of doing that for my 2015, but I don't have an EVSE with wireless control, just a dumb plug and charge one. When I eventually get a different EVSE I'll probably end up doing that, since I'd like to set up a way to charge to ~80% when I plug in at 6pm and then finish charging to 100% before I leave for work the next morning. That way it isn't sitting fully charged all night but is still usable in the evening.