I had a JuiceBox Pro 40 (2019), and after almost a year it started developing GFDI ground fault when I unplug the charger from my car when fully charged. My car is a 2019 Honda Clarity PHEV and doesn't have a charge limiting function from the car itself. I like to keep it under 80% (usually taking the battery between 40%-60%) and I have a consistent commute so it's pretty easy to keep it like that. I had the max charge limit set to 60%, and when I come home and plug in, I would open the app and adjust what my current battery level is. Then it would always charge it very close to that 60% mark. I also change the charge current to 40A once in a while for max speed, but usually keep it at 16A otherwise. But due to the GFDI fault happening more than three times, I returned that unit, and got another JuiceBox Pro 40 Next gen (New 2020 design). Now, this one is having even more issues as the max limit keeps changing on its own so I'm looking at ChargePoint home charger. Also the wifi is pretty iffy, it drops often times even though the router is pretty close to the charger. My workplace has ChargePoint, so having one app would be good. However, my worry is that ChargePoint doesn't have any kind of charge limit feature. It only has a "stop" button on the app, is that correct? Is there a way to just charge for 1 hour? It looks like GoogleHome feature isn't there yet either so I can't just say "charge for 1 hour". Anyone else have a workaround or any other product that supports controlling through a phone app?