I initially connected the charger at the battery
terminals located in the drive inverter. You take the little cover off and you see the two battery
cable ends and the three drive motor connecters. Using a right angled ring terminal I attached a pair of #6 leads to a Anderson connecter to test it out. In this configuration, you must have the car in the "ready" position to close the main contactor and to allow the BMS to record the charging data so your SOC remains correct. At the time, the pack I had in the car was the original so I didn't have access to a chademo
connecter to butcher until I replaced the pack with the one from the wreck. For a more permanent solution, you can remove the top from the inverter and use regular ring terminals and run them out of the side of the case. The lid to the inverter is sealed with a grey sealant. After you remove the screws you will find a threaded hole in one corner of the cover. Inserting a cover screw into that hole and tightening it carefully will lift the corner and break the seal allowing removal. After you put your cable in, you need to reseal the cover with "Yamabond" which is used in motorcycle crankcases and can be purchased from a Yamaha dealer.
I seem to recall that the parallel charger method held in for a short period of time before I fully ramped up the PFC-50. There might be some lower level that the software in the I-MiEV will accept before terminating the charge. However you must be careful as the battery
circuit will open leaving the charger on a open circuit and none of the PFC chargers like that. As to the 365 volts, if you go for 360 you won't get near the 80% SOC you want. Unless you have a badly out of balance battery
you won't exceed 4.2 volts which is the max charge voltage for the cells in our cars. The voltage drops quickly back to 4.1 volts after the charge terminates. The PFC charger also backs off and starts a shutdown timer that ramps the current down for the next 10 minutes before shutting off completely. The chademo
QC is putting energy at a higher level than I am so a similar voltage must be reached to get to 80% when using QC. Stay safe and have fun with this stuff