This morning I charged some at home, so that my MiEV would more likely get fully charged while I was on my usual routine at the station that reduces my power during and after the MiEV's pause.
The pictures below show the trace, and the displays at the start of charge, and near the end of charge. Notably, near the end of charge (when the car had already tapered itself down below 1.5kW, that side of the station's display showed that it was only providing 1.5kW, very similar to during and after a MiEV induced pause. So it sure does seem like the MiEV's pause is being interpreted by the station as the car being done (or nearly done) charging.
I also stopped by that Nordstom shopping center where I hoped to see a few other cars that where done charging but still plugged in, to see what power they were being offered. Unfortunately, even though the stations are the same model CT 4020 HD GW, and the same software version 220.127.116.11, the displays did not show a kW value for each side. The display just has a comment "6.6kW per side", which I do not think is real time data. (That is the third display picture below.)
Since my usual 'Presidium Laurel' station says "6.6kW Shared", while the Nordstrom stations say "6.6kW per port", I think I now need to try out the Nordstom chargers for a full charge, to see how my car's trace looks coming out of a pause. I'm hoping that being not 'shared', the Nordstrom dual cord stations will come out of my MiEV's pause at the full 3.1kW. (This may not pan out, since I know when I am plugged in next to a high drawing Tesla at Nordstrom I only got 2.86kW this morning. Still, a nearly continual 2.86kW would be better than all afternoon at a post-pause 1.1kW. Maybe the 2.86 value is from the 208V value from 2 legs of 3 phase, and not from being shared.)
This morning's trace:
Display at the start of charging:
Display at about 9:55am, in the shallow taper off:
Shopping center (Nordstom parking ramp), showing less visibility to each side's power: