No it doesn't - The light stays on solid. I remember when they first introduced the adjustable feature (March or April of 2013 I think) - That's when I started this thread telling everyone what a wonderful upgrade this is now that they offer adjustable currentJiminy wrote:Don,
Does the charging light blink on your EVSE when it is charging? If so, then you should be able to adjust the charging rate as per the pdf guide two posts back. Lemme know if it blinks. I bought mine 3 years ago and it is adjustable.
thomash85715 wrote:So has anyone successfully paper-clipped an early non-flashing EVSE and gotten it to flash 12 times in a 15A 120VAC outlet?
Jiminy wrote: Thanks for the good words. I will ponder offering plug and play power supplies that allow for 240V AC Level 2 charging. I forgot to mention that after the changes are made inside the EVSE case, the unit is still perfectly functional as a Level 1 EVSE. If you put on a 240V plug you would then need a wiring adapter to go from whatever you used on the end of the cord to a 5-15 120V AC receptacle. If you left the 5-15 plug on the end of your EVSE it will still work at 120V as-is. Not sure why you would want to do that but it works nonetheless. And remember, this is not my design. I just copied exactly what EVSEUpgrade did.
Here is my modified Nissan EVSE with a Nema L6-20R to 5-15P adapter: