Have read and tried to understand it with type 2 contacts myself. This is what I came up with to point out if I am wrong somewhere.
The charging box is started either by starting it with:
- a tag
- with a button on the box
- or it is by receiving a signal when you lock the car.
On an adapter from 220V to type 2 you do this by having sockets on the handle. So what do you do if you don’t have it? Then the contact gets stuck in the charging box. In order to get it locked, the box must be shut off then the unloading will go off and you can pull out the contact.
It is in the boxes that the car’s doors control the impulse to the contact by locking doors as the problem arises. Solution to it is rotate switch on the handle. Or … The solution I have made on my cable (without key) this has worked well!
I have easily sanded away the edges where the lock should lock and hold the connector. Now the lock goes in but it locks in the air.!
Maybe you can also add that fast blades need another resistor in the connector think it should be 1500 Ohm. What do you think? Did it become easy? What do you think of my solution?