TEG wrote:If the utility had nothing to do with the delayed restart then they should change the message!
If it happens every time the unit has a crash/restart (or firmware upgrade?) then they message ought to be more like:
"Charging temporarily delayed after system restart."
The way it is worded now it makes it sound like the utility did it.
They probably have no way to tell an external power interruption from an unexpected, spontaneous reboot bug.
Yes, well they shouldn't make the mistaken assumption that they never reboot on their own (except for a power failure).
Also, power failures aren't always due to the utility. Lets say the homeowner flipped the breaker on/off to the Blink.
So the message may be pointing a finger incorrectly at the wrong party in many cases.
So, like I said, they should change the message to be more generic if they don't really know what might have caused that situation.