Or, with minimal improvement to the technology, it could send you a text
message about 15 minutes before completing the charge.
This may all be mute in 5-10 years as we get more and more high speed
chargers. I can see arguments both ways.
1. The majority of people may prefer a 5-10 minute quick charge at a
"service" station. Eliminates the bother of having to unplug and move
the vehicle midday. Also allows for flexibility of unplanned outings.
2. Or, people who always park in the same place all day will increase
the demand for L2 charging in parking areas.
If we're going to have increased use of shared L2 charging spots,
though, there needs to be an improvement.
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From: "Dan Kegel via EV" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: "Lawrence Rhodes" <primobass...@sbcglobal.net>; "Electric Vehicle
Discussion List" <email@example.com>
Cc: "Dan Kegel" <d...@kegel.com>
Sent: 13-Dec-17 2:27:12 PM
Subject: Re: [EVDL] End of charge parking.
On Wed, Dec 13, 2017 at 1:56 PM, Lawrence Rhodes via EV
It's been pointed out that people should move when their charge is
done. That is no always allowed by work schedules. I think four
hours is common for a full charge and no need to move until the end of
the fourth hour is reasonable. There should be two spots for each
charger. I put my auto lock on so anyone can unplug me at the end of
charge. Never put your lock on at a public spot.
Sounds reasonable to me...
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