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Also, I apologize for using this page when you have requested it not be used. In this case, however, it is specifically required[1] by ArbCom that there be a record of you receiving this notice on your English Wikipedia User Talk page. Thus, I am not able to send you an email or use your German Wikipedia User Talk page. Again, please accept my apology for the inconvenience. — Satori Son 19:35, 10 February 2011 (UTC)

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SAE j1772[edit]

Hi,

I work with the SAE j1772 standard from time to time and I am well aware of the coding resistor values from IEC61851 as well. However, I don't think it makes sense to present that table in the 1772 article for a number of reasons. 1. Even though it might be possible to comply to both standards at the same time on the vehicle side, it will not be possible on the infrastructure side. 1772 with the S3 switch on the connector cannot incorporate the 61851 resistor values without overlapping values. 2. The 1772 standard only describes a scenario where the cable is permanently attached to the infrastructure, and hence has no need for a coding resistor. The cable will be selected to match the output of the chargepoint anyway. 3. The coding resistor values are never mentioned in the SAE j1772 standard.

In my oppinion the coding resistor value table should either be removed (just make sure it's available in the 61851 article), or it needs to be clearly stated that it has nothing to do with the 1772 standard but represents another possible usage of the proximity signal interface defined in another standard.

At the moment it's causing confusion.

Best Regards, Bohnell (talk) 11:16, 16 August 2013 (UTC)

I have moved the discussions to Talk:SAE J1772#coding resistors Guidod (talk) 12:43, 16 August 2013 (UTC)

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