I just found this: http://www.teslamotors.com/forum/forums ... k-chargers" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;
which in part says:
We reset the commercial units in the Phoenix area to 16 amps down from 30 amps. We have had several complaints of cord sets heating up and vehicles stopping a charge session after 30 to 50 minutes. Most of these involved the new Honda FIT, 1 RAV4 and 1 Ford Focus. We are looking into the problem but until we understand what is causing this issue the decision was made to turn down the amperage from 30 to 16 amps on commercial units. If he plugged in to a unit then it is normal that he only pulled 17 amps. Until we understand why some vehicles on some units are generating so much heat in the power pins we want to insure there is no way the vehicle connector can be damaged or in your case the adapter cable connector. While we have a couple of thousand charge session with the Tesla with no heat issues the problem is we do not know what vehicle is plugged in at the time so we have to limit current for everyone.
Shawn Marie Hess
Blink Network Contact Center