This is very exciting news. Congratulations!
Could you provide us with some details? How did you connect to the CAN bus? How do you log? Are you using a Raspberry Pi?
Questions, questions, questions
For Europe it would be interesting to get the Brusa NLG6 fast charger connected to the FFE:
http://www.brusa.eu/en/products/energy/ ... arger.html
That would be a great advantage. Charging a Focus with 22kW at home ... A dream come true ...
Respect and greetinx from Germany
I connected to the CAN bus through the DTC port (this is the one behind the door under the headlight switch. The other OBD2 style port below all of the knee bolsters is the same, it's just at the CAN gateway. The DTC port (it is white and behind the knee bolster door) is the one recommended by Ford to use to interface with the car.
I am using the Can Due from EVTV. It is an arduino based CAN interface device. If you want to get started, I recommend it, with the condition that you know some C programming.
It would be pretty easy to integrate the BRUSA 22kw into the vehicle. However, I don't have 50Hz or three phase at home, so it isn't very useful to me. However, I have done pretty much the same thing with the 3.3kW BRUSA unit.
I am having a replacement high voltage junction box lid machined so I can add cable glands to hook up to a new junction box. This will hold the contactors for Chademo
and the battery voltage access for the BRUSA.