Whelp. With CCS dying in the US. We *really* need OpenEVSE to source an NACS cable or connector for existing OpenEVSE units.
Just opening the discussion. :-)
My understanding is the communication expresses the vehicle ID, not the credit card information. The value of skimming information would only come if someone wanted to then replicate the vehicle ID to charge their own car. I can't imagine a pirate going so far just to steal a charge every now and then but this is a fair point.
@Pir8radio The CAN pilot on only for DC Supercharging charging. On AC stations, Tesla uses the analog pilot on both the vehicle side and charging station (Tesla Wall Connector and Mobile unit).
Most of your posts do not have to be approved. I see 2 in the bucket now, not sure why. One was yours from a few days ago and the other Electric Ant.
We do not have any source for NACS (SAE J3400) yet. We have been working with Phoenix Contact and ITT to get some, but they are not selling anything yet.
yea i have not had luck other than used stuff. I did reach out to a few people that make tesla extension cables, they are getting the ends from somewhere. one looks custom, i asked them if they would sell to me, maybe they would sell to you for volume.
Lectron makes one, and this place looks like they are having custom ends made? https://evadept.com/p/tesla-supercharger-extension-cord-tslaext/
yea that post i just did about the tesla extensions said it needed approval too, as will this one.. every post i have made for quite a while needs approval.. I assumed it was like that for everyone on the forum. lol i usually have to wait a few days before i see my posts due to someone approving.. odd....