Hmm... The connecter sure looks like a CHAdeMO one...TonyWilliams wrote:Yes.... except it's not a ChaDeMo charger.
Yes, it is a ChaDeMo connector. The charger did not come with ChaDeMo protocols.DarkStar wrote:Hmm... The connecter sure looks like a CHAdeMO one...TonyWilliams wrote:Yes.... except it's not a ChaDeMo charger.
He is using a connection between the front of the battery pack and the inverter. He intends to bypass the protocols, but there are limits to max power to prevent battery protections from kicking in.91040 wrote:So one can DC charge through the CHAdeMO port without using CHAdeMo protocols?
Anything that keeps the 15 minute average below 20kW (in San Diego, up to 30kW in some markets elsewhere in California).91040 wrote:Then this approach could be used with a DC charger powered on 240V at low enough amps to avoid the CA utility's demand charge?