The terminology is a little confusing and it seems to have a lot more info than necessary--why have "Plug-in Events," "Charge Events," as well as "Power Events?"
Well, I get most of that. I plug-in well ahead of the charge, so it's good that they log each status change item. If there's a plug in event but no charge, then that's good to know, from a diagnostic point of view. The power flow events are interesting, if you click on the "power flow" link--it shows how, through the charge time, the LEAF/Blink are going through multiple smaller charge cycles to manage the battery. Neat--and I'm glad they didn't clutter the main listing any more by having all that detail within it, but rather linked to it.
Then there are "Power Flow" tables for events where no power flowed??? What's the point? Do we really need all that? All I really want to know is when the electricity when into the car and how much.
Maybe we don't need that, but I think that's an artifact of how plugin works with the car managing the charge time. When I plug in, the Blink goes to "charging" for a second or two, then turns off. I think those zero-flows are for that. It would be good if you could filter those out.
All my data seems to be on Eastern time as well (3 hours later). Can I change that? Is that one of the "time reporting issues" Blink support talked about?
That would be an improvement. 100% of my charges have started at midnight; here's what the Blink network reports, and why I have an active trouble ticket open with them:
1:02 AM, 2:38 AM, 8:46 PM, 1:05 AM, 9:46 PM, 12:03 AM, 12:04 AM, 8:41 PM, 8:33 PM, 11:19 PM