The 8.7 DC, 0 AC would seem to indicate that your EVSE stopped generating the PWM signal (and went back to just a "+12v" output) when the 1.3K was removed (indicating "finished charging).
I believe that the LEAF expects the PWM to keep going in that "Power Off" state, as an indication that the EVSE is still willing to provide power. However, your EVSE turns the PWM off (and keeps it off), indicating to the EV that the EVSE is no longer willing to supply power to the car.
The J1772-2010 standards inducate that the PWM should keep going, but allowing the PWM to stop also appears to be permitted. However, the no-PWM indicates that the EVSE is no longer willing to "play" with the car.
So, it appears like (from this distance) the LEAF is properly expecting the PWM to continue, and is actually in spec with J1772-2010, but ... I cannot be absolutely sure.
You are located in Foster City?
Where is that?
Oh, between San Francisco and San Jose.
A bit far for me to visit.
One could do the same test on somebody's AV (or other 30-amp EVSE) to verify the "different" operation.
However, that does not solve your problem, or make the LEAF's Timer-Mode charging work as expected with EVSEs that behave like yours apparently does.
Edited to say EVSE appears to be out-of-spec for multiple-current-draw uses.
Last edited by garygid
on Mon Jan 17, 2011 7:56 am, edited 1 time in total.
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