I am 99% sure that my charger is CAN enabled.
When I first ordered it, eight years ago, I was very new and green to the field… As I recall, somebody told me to “order all the bells and whistles.” Maybe Michael Bream. He is who I ordered it from. He and I are fairly close. But these days he’s swamped… Two years out for just about anything.
I’m going to meet with Trent, his chief engineer, on Wednesday. Maybe he can help me figure it out.
To be honest, electronic stuff like this is still very much my weak point.
If it IS CAN-enabled, then what do I need to program it?
The PFC4000 is an excellent low cost solution to high voltage, high amperage charging. Being one of the more versatile chargers by being able to accept both 110v and 220v, the PFC4000 packs a punch. At 220 volts, the charger delivers 4kW of power, but throttles back to 1.5kW of power when hooked up to 110 volts, thereby allowing it to charge from a normal 15a household circuit. These chargers are voltage specific, so we have to program the charge curves before delivery.
According to EVWest web page these are not can controlled.
The PFC4000 units are only available by special order with a 6-8 week lead time.