<![CDATA[Öber-EV - Blog]]>Sat, 16 Dec 2017 11:00:58 -0800Weebly<![CDATA[What's inside?]]>Thu, 06 Apr 2017 23:39:44 GMThttp://ober-ev.com/blog/whats-insideUnlike most other EVSE our ÖberCharger is using a hardware breaker for ground fault current interruption. This is much safer than letting the micro controller just turn off the power relay. If for any reason the GFCI trips, it can be reset through the round lid on the cover without opening the box. ​The red led next to the opening is only on when the car is charging.
<![CDATA[Through the wall ]]>Thu, 06 Apr 2017 23:17:47 GMThttp://ober-ev.com/blog/through-the-wallWhen your dryer outlet is in the garage, or in a laundry room with an open door to the garage, just plug-in your ¨Öber and start charging your car. Several customers, however, have inquired about an option to mount the box in the laundry room and route the charging cable through a hole in the wall to reach the car. Obviously the J1772 connector requires a very big hole to pass through. We are working on a solution for this situation. But until then we can provide DIY instructions that require only a half-inch hole and a little time to perform. This requires opening the box, disconnecting the orange charging cable from an easy-access terminal block, and reconnecting it after drilling a hole in the wall and feeding the cable through. ]]><![CDATA[Absolutely positive ev - future]]>Tue, 14 Mar 2017 21:46:41 GMThttp://ober-ev.com/blog/absolutely-positive-ev-futureHappy pi - day 3.1417... (just a little off). ]]>