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  1. Electric Vehicle Batteries & Plug-In Charging
    First of all, I'd like to whole-heartedly thank and recognize all of you running and contributing to this site. I have been following the Volt since very early in its inception, and a lot of my information throughout the years has come from this site (even though I didn't join the forum until...
  2. Li-Ion Battery, Charging, Mgmt System - Chevy Volt
    On October 31st I noticed a $25 charge from "Service Solutions LLC" on my credit card. It turns out that this company is owned by Bosch, which bought SPX. I purchased my Level 2 charging station from SPX over 18 months ago. I paid for the device with my credit card and it was shipped to me. The...
  3. Chevy Volt News, Events
    My Blink charger has died. The warranty says I should contact "", but that link is no longer valid. Help! Who do I contact?
  4. Chevy Volt News, Events
    Hi, Has anyone else noticed that SPX is now BOSCH? Interesting.
  5. Generation 1 Chevy Volt (2011-2015)
    Bosch is pulling out all of the stops for April Fool's Day! You can buy a 30A Power Xpress with a 25' cord for $599 and FREE shipping. That's over $375 off! You must buy on April 1st to receive $599 price. Happy charging!
  6. Electric Vehicle Batteries & Plug-In Charging
    OK. Got the volt Love it so far. Got the estimate for the charger though. Wow. Even after all the incentives, they're trying to charge me over $1200 . I just don't get it. It seems like they're keeping a lot of the money provided as an incentive by the government / not really the purpose or...
  7. Generation 1 Chevy Volt (2011-2015)
    As discussed here: I just received the email offering to let me keep the Blink charger on their data collection agreement for another year, in return for which they extend free maintenance. Downside appears to be the charger then doesn't...
  8. Generation 1 Chevy Volt (2011-2015)
    I would love to hear everyone's experience with condo installs. I live in LA and my configuration is as follows: - Electric meter and pull box at the rear corner of our 16-unit building with room for additional EV meters (DWP came out to survey) - Assigned parking spot is one level underground...
  9. Accessories, Apps, Modifications - Gen 1 Volt
    I have had my SPX Power Xpress for approximately 1 1/2 weeks. I had it professionally installed on its own 30 amp breaker. Up to today, it worked flawlessly. When I plugged in tonight, the charge light in the car turned yellow then went out completely. When I looked at the charger, the power...
  10. Generation 1 Chevy Volt (2011-2015)
    Here is a link to a New York Times article about a wireless charging system that may be sold and installed by SPX. Tim.
  11. Generation 1 Chevy Volt (2011-2015)
    I know many have horror stories about SPX, but it was painless and quick for me. Ordered their $495 Voltec, they came back to me with an installation cost. They were going to install it last week, but I was in Bogota for business, so we scheduled it for this morning. They gave me a window of...
  12. Generation 1 Chevy Volt (2011-2015)
    From day one my CT-500 made a slight hum when under load. About six weeks ago it began to intermittently hum/buzz more loudly during charging. The buzz sounds very much like a loose transformer lamination. I contacted SPX who, in turn, contacted Coulomb. Coulomb policy is to replace...
  13. Generation 1 Chevy Volt (2011-2015)
    Before you install your charger at home, take a look at what a separate 60A sub-panel set-up looks like. This allows for a second future charger.... MrEnergyCzar
  14. Accessories, Apps, Modifications - Gen 1 Volt
    I built this arrangement for myself, and when I showed it to my brother, he asked me to make a "travel kit" for him as well since he's on the road a lot. I'm curious how many others would be interested in obtaining a "Plug-N-Play" Plug kit for their Level 2 chargers. I built them...
  15. Generation 1 Chevy Volt (2011-2015)
    Experience with almost "free" Blink station install under DoE/SPX/Ecotality program After a two months journey, we finally had the almost "free" Blink charge station installed through the SPX/Ecotality/DoE program. Our total out of pocket cost was $150, down from $600 of the original quote...
  16. Problems, Driver Warnings or DTCs - Gen 1 Volt
    The SPX Voltec 120v and 240v Hang Tags and reference guides for those who lost theirs.
  17. Electric Vehicle Batteries & Plug-In Charging
    Looking at the fine print on the SPX/Chargepoint deal: For a charger installed at your home, what would you be willing to pay for their services? What services do you get, other than some stats on your usage? (If someone can post some screen captures of the website, that would be...
  18. Li-Ion Battery, Charging, Mgmt System - Chevy Volt
    Recently all the lights went out on our Voltec SPX charger -- the one that sells for about $490-500. The portable charger wouldn't charge the car either. The dealer had to replace what they called "the charger" in the car, but our electrican found that both hard wired fuses in the SPX were...
  19. Generation 1 Chevy Volt (2011-2015)
    I had a 60Amp sub-panel put in to handle 2 SPX chargers and one dedicated 120v. (see attached video) I bought the SPX separately and just paid $500 for an electrician to install everything. At work they had my donated SPX installed for $300 by an electrician...
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