Interesting discussion--I had charging stop several times when charging my 2019 SL+ at my workshop (208 volts nominal. about 212-214 actual) last weekend. I tried the Nissan portable EVSE and confirmed that it will not work with a properly-wired 14-50 receptacle on nominal 208-volt system. I then plugged in my Clipper Creek (CC) unit and charging started normally. I went out to get something from the car a few minutes later and then received text and email notifications that charging had stopped. Charging must have stopped while I was getting things out of the car because I did not hear the contactor in the CC EVSE drop out. I unplugged the J1772 connector, waited a few seconds, and plugged it back in. Charging started normally and continued for an hour or so without incident. I unlocked the car and then opened the doors and hatch to put things away while it was still charging. Charging stopped again when I unlocked the car, opened the doors, or opened the hatch (not sure exactly when charging stopped). Charge timers are set for off-peak utility hours and active only at home (home location is properly programmed in the navigation system). I have been unable to cause charging to stop by unlocking/locking car and opening/closing doors and hatch at home. Since charging at my workshop was during off-peak hours and I was not at home, the charge timers should not have caused issues.
I will do some more testing this weekend, but would like to hear of any other charging issues related to the Plus models.
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