Neil wrote:First of all,can we establish the facts. The posts have been sourced from a supplier, have arrived marked up BUT we do not know if they are connected to any network. OCPP means they could be on any network. Matt, have you tried to activate them with any (or no) RFID card. As Buzby said, validation may not be required, as is the case for the PodPoint units at Glasgow Fort. Some just require any old card to activate, then the same card to end. If you have tried, please let us know.
After that we need to contact the hospital management to find out more. Look forward to hearing how you get/got on.
I have quite a few rfid cards collected over the years (some valid and some now redundant) , but none of my cards would activate these chargers.
You need to order a card from ecotap ! or you can use the ecotap App in " guest modus "
Using this method you request in advance how much " KwH " you require , then pay by paypal !
Great, if you visit the hospital every day - a total faff if you are just in for a short visit to see someone ! You will spend more time in the carpark trying to get the charger turned on than you will in the ward visiting the patient !!! - then after your visit you wont want to get out of the carpark because you will have over estimated how much kWh you paid for in advance !!
I do not know what the price per kWh is as its not listed anywhere that I can see