On the Xebra_EV list someone referred to this posting: EV DIARY - Part Two- WHO KILLED THE ELECTRIC CAR COTTAGE INDUSTRY? .. it's an interesting indictment of the Zivan charger.
The guy says a) most EV owners are using the Zivan charger, and b) the Zivan charger often gets into a situation of thinking the batteries still need charging, but using a multimeter you see the batteries are overcharged in the danger zone. And, as we've discussed here, the overcharged batteries die quickly.
An EV owner whose batteries die early probably is going to be frustrated and their complaining might turn off others from buying EV's.
This is curious because I'd understood the Zivan is supposed to be completely programmable. So isn't it operator error then that the user is not correctly programming their charger?