I’ve emailed Kaluza Support, but thought I’d just keep you in the loop too.
Our V2G charger was plugged into our car (and charging) and then today at 3pm (exactly) the electricity in the house went out for a moment, the V2G charger made a strange thump noise which I heard from inside the house and the unit now has no lights on and will not power back on. I have tried resetting the unit by turning the isolator switches off and on and turning the emergency stop button clockwise but still no power or lights.
Our V2G installer disconnected our ROLEC unit when he installed the V2G unit and therefore have no alternative way to charge our car. Therefore, please could you arrange a solution or a fix to our unit as soon as possible.
Best answer by piersjk
Well I thought I’d just add an update to the situation for those who have an interest in these things on the forum. Kaluza got back to me and I located the trip switches which were under a flap in a metal box fitted next to the smart meter. It appears these tripped out when the electricity blinked off. However when these were reset and the car was plugged back in the unit initially confirmed the car with the car charging lights flashing on Leaf, and then tripped out again, this repeated again on second attempt. Then advised to leave it in idle mode without connecting to car so they could have a look at diagnostics data.
Yesterday they phoned that the unit would need replacing on Monday and would arrange for installers to visit. So now awaiting new unit.
From reading other forum messages, wondering if this issue is caused by an electricity surge which
Hopefully will be back up and running on Monday with a new unit.