|Failure to lock or unlock connector on the vehicle side.
|Ground fault circuit interrupter has been activated.
|High temperature inside the EVSE is derating power delivery.
|Over current protection device has tripped.
|Input voltage to the vehicle has risen above an acceptable level.
|Input voltage to the vehicle has dropped below an acceptable level.
|Wireless communication device reported a weak signal.
|Emergency stop is pressed by the user (required if equipped).
|The user plugs in but fails to authorize a charging session prior to the connection timeout between the vehicle and EVSE.
|The vehicle is in an invalid mode for charging.
|Failure during the cable check phase. Includes isolation failure
|The EVSE did not reach the correct pre-charge voltage.
|The EVSE has no internet connectivity.
|The control pilot voltage is out of range.
|The EVSE is unable to supply any power due to mains failure.
|Contactors fail to open or close on the vehicle side. May also include welding related errors.
|Contactors fail to open or close on EVSE’s side. May also include welding related errors.
|Temperature of charging cable or connector assembly is too high, resulting in reduced power operation.
|Temperature of charging cable or connector assembly is too high, resulting in a stopped charging session.
|Cable latch is raised due to incomplete insertion into the vehicle charging port.
|An Isolation Monitoring Device tripped due to high capacitance during active charging.
|An Isolation Monitoring Device tripped due to low resistance to the chassis during active charging.
|The proximity voltage is out of range.
|The output voltage of EVSE is high before charging starts or after charging ends.
|The latch on the connector is broken.
|The output cable has been severed from the EVSE.