Since this is a new scenario about charging and temporarily free I have a question. I have saw EVers charging with their VOLT and their PRIUS with Coulomb charging stations. It can use gas if their charge is cut short. Would it be in bad taste if one needed a fuel up on a pure electric to lift J-1772 and plug it in a "pure electric" vehicle. I went to library and got a nice fill up on my scooter which even with J-1772 240 volt fills my scooter in 2 hours cut short and saw it in location 2 now plugged in to a Volt. I said wow! I also didn't mind since my charge was full and I was in middle space not one and not two. I can only use electrons but as long as I have free source I can't really complain. Share and share alike I always say. I can plug into a local inconvenience store "Hi Bob Rice" too near the RED BOX and Pepsi machines.
My question is can I unplug a port if I see electrons are near full on Coulomb meter legally and morally? I figure 4 or 5 KW is enough? I can only get 2 or 3 KW in my scooter if I can kill it.
This is more or less in response to Cruisin
Re: Received my J1772 adapter from ModularEV Power
Its good to see you conform to the standard of J1772 public charging, however, your charger is too small if you have a decent sized pack and will tie the public charger too long. With only 18amp charging rate it takes too long to provide enough to get home and you are holding up other people. However you did save a couple of $$ by buying small. Next time get a PFC 5000 or 6000.