So perhaps I should build the 50A kit for nominally the same cost and gain that extra 3.5A?GlennD wrote:The 30A kit is limited to 24A ( 80% of 30A) That is fine for a Leaf but you are limited to slightly less than 3A. 24A vs 27.5A. The Leaf follows the J1772 specifications so the slightly longer charging time is usually OK.
I'm in the final stages of arduino based control using RAPI interface to control the amp setting on the OE. Having no prior experience in IDE programming and arduino hardware, it's been a "learning" experience. You can PM me if you would like to know more.BudT wrote: So perhaps I should build the 50A kit for nominally the same cost and gain that extra 3.5A?
I was also thinking about interfacing with an arduino hat would activate charging when my home PV system production reached some threshold value.
If you post specific requests on the OpenEVSE forum, Chris Howell will get back with you - very helpful developer.stopeject wrote:Hello,
I read what I could find on OpenEVSE. The plans for an Android app and web interface were discussed a while ago, however I didn't see anything on the current development status. Is OpenEVSE still under active development?