Thanks!pchilds wrote:This information should never be posted in an open forum. I have sent a PM.
why not? blink gonna borrow some money to hire a lawyer to come after you?pchilds wrote:This information should never be posted in an open forum. I have sent a PM.
They already have a reason, several member's on this forum know it. Whether you are a good steward of it is irrelevant. From a security perspective now its 'out in the wild' they can't be sure it will not fall into bad hands. They should change it anyway.pchilds wrote:If Blink/CarCharging(assuming they are a functioning company) finds that the password is widely available, they will change the password and we will no longer have the ability to change the current limit. Why give them a reason to change the password?
TomT wrote:You can go in to the maintenance menu and set it back to 30 if you want:
Select Settings on the display.
Then select Device Info.
Then press on the 16A (or whatever it is) and hold that for about 10 seconds until the maintenance password screen comes up.
Change the max amps to whatever you like.
Note that this is for the 30801 firmware and the password will almost certainly change with the next version of the firmware...
BTW, there isn't much else of any interest that you can do from the Maintenance Screen that you can't already do from the other screens,
so everyone needn't rush there to check it out...