I was reading the other post you have been talking on and I did not no that 13a charging is dangerous.We've had debase on here before about the obsolescence of 13 amp plug. For some (me included) it is a last resort. I had to use it a lot - one year ago. But with the advent of rapid chargers, I've been able to give it a miss for the last 6 months. I rather feel that Renault are making an apology here for not having a effective charging infrastructure in place. However, connecting an EV to ancient French domestic wiring - is likely to lead to accidents!
I was reading a post about this when they first starting talking about when the new cable was coming out and they said in the post that it will by pass the Chameleon charger not sure how but maybe it's something to do with the block on the charge cable ?How can it bypass the Chameleon charger? I didn't think the Zoe had another charger in the car so wouldn't it have to use the Chameleon charger?
The new ZOE will have a second small charger installed. This is designed to overcome the efficiency issues with the Chameleon charger at low power levelsHow can it bypass the Chameleon charger? I didn't think the Zoe had another charger in the car so wouldn't it have to use the Chameleon charger?
Why do you think a coiled 13A cable charging at 10A is less safe than a coiled Type1 or Type 2 cable charging at 16A or 32A?yes it is a opinion, some like some one like my mum who finds it hard to use a mobile phone, she has a plug about 2 feet from the car, so she would just plug it in and most of the lead would be left coiled up about 1/2 feet from the car, can you say it would safe ?