Thank you! This saved me the trouble posting my tiny Chargepoint EVSE graph that only is in 5 minute increments.
Yep. This looks basically like what I see when charging to 100% at work.
For me, on my charge to 100% on Friday, I received a charging complete email from Carwings at 5:22 pm. Chargepoint graph showed a 0.55 kW draw at 17:23:24, but again, they only show 5 minute increments. I noticed no more bumps in their graph after that. At 5:38 pm (they probably have a built in delay before sending this), I received a
ChargePoint Notification: Charging Complete
Dear (my name),
We wanted to let you know that your vehicle, which is charging at (work location), is drawing very little power. Typically, this means it's fully charged, however, it may also indicate that your vehicle is configured for delayed charging. Your vehicle has accepted 7.72 kWh of electricity and has been plugged in for 02:35:10 (hh:mm:ss)....
I pulled the plug at 7:19 pm and was monitoring the graph until a few minutes before that (received ChargePoint Notification: Plugout Detected mail at 7:19 pm).
For me, on my '13 SV, if I charge only to 80%, the draw abruptly drops from ~5.8 or 5.9 kW to 0 and I'm pretty sure there are no bumps after that. EVSEs at work run at 208 volts, per the Chargepoint tech who came to my work a few weeks ago.