http://factory-automation.blogspot.com/ ... wners.html" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;...Thanks to the cooperative efforts of Mitsubishi Motors and diversified power management solutions company Eaton Corporation – an official electric vehicle charging equipment supplier for MMNA and supplier for commercial Level 2 charging stations at its EV certified dealerships – the Honolulu area and the island of O'ahu are seeing a rapid expansion in the number of safe and convenient Eaton electric vehicle (EV) charging stations installed on Hawaii's most populous island.
Eaton will soon have an ultra-fast DC electric vehicle (EV) quick charger at Ko Olina Resort – one of the premier vacation destinations in Hawaii. The Eaton DC Quick Charger can replenish an empty 2012 Mitsubishi i main lithium-ion battery pack to 80% full in under 30 minutes...
Ask the owner to please put up a standard 30 minute time limit on the parking space sign or you will be towed with reference to the vehicle code and towing company. Good ole, standard parking time limit or you will be trowed sign is the easy, standard way to solve the problem in a way that people have been familiar with since they started driving.TheBiologist wrote:The Kailua Shell DC Quick-charge is operational! Charged there on Thursday
It is free for "a couple of months", I have been told be the station manager. You have to go in to the store to have the attendant swipe the FOB if you don't have an AeroVironment card yet.
Note to the person who was plugged in way past being full--please don't just leave your car parked there past your charge time! That is not fair to others. Let's all play nice and share these. Thanks.
Seems to be a CHAdeMO standard. Most of the pictures of the CHAdeMO chargers I've seen (admittedly never seen one in person yet) seem to use blue for start and green for stop. Weird, I agree.DaveinOlyWA wrote:interesting button color choices
well i have used a few of them and our "standard" is green-go, red-stopspleenster wrote:Seems to be a CHAdeMO standard. Most of the pictures of the CHAdeMO chargers I've seen (admittedly never seen one in person yet) seem to use blue for start and green for stop. Weird, I agree.DaveinOlyWA wrote:interesting button color choices
ok, i admit i have ONLY used AV DCFCs so have no experience with Blink or Eaton, but how can one put it in wrong? does not the plug simply plug in straight up? no twist handle to left, no twist handle to right?? just straight in right?akohekohe wrote:The one at Kahala broke the first day. According to the attendant I talked to someone tried to put it in wrong, forced it, and broke a pin. They hope to have it fixed later this week. Try calling first if you are planning on using it.