It depends on the age of the firmware in your JdeMO. Some of the old versions will erroneously go beyond the current that they should. The updated current version should go up to 130A instead of the typical 125A from 50kW chargers.n3ckf wrote:so its been awhile since ive connected my Rav4EV to a DCFC but now that that there are all these faster-than-50KW DCFC chargers that might have compatable connectors, what happens when you connect a JDEMO equipped Rav4EV to one? Does it negotiate down to 50KW or does the car explode in a flaming ball?
Anyone try it yet?
(I actually use my Rav4EV for local trips like grocery shopping now where the remaining range isnt an issue, which is *indicated* on the Guess-O-Meter at about 65 miles but thats because i live in the mountains, i think its "really" something like 80-85)
They have a planned site in Kingman, AZ too, along the I-40 corridor.geo wrote:Noticed a new EA site under construction in an unexpected place- along I-40 with in the middle of the Mojave desert.
There's also an EA site under construction in Williams, AZ, so it looks like they are planning to connect up I-40.
I saw that. I'm in Mammoth right now, it's good for the 395 corridor. Still waiting for the ones at the rest stops. Looks like the transformers are in, but waiting on the chargers themselves.miimura wrote:The EV Connect charger at the Inyokern Airport appears to be mostly working now. Evidently, the screen overheats and the image is not visible. Use the hard buttons labeled Stop and Start to select the connector you want to use.
Plugshare - Inyokern Airport