Maybe an owner can comment about 60amp acceptance but regarding the Flo, X5 is:
NEMA 4X certified for bad weather
Made by a Canadian company AddÉnergie Technologies Inc
Supported by specially trained Canadian technicians
Tested compliant with Canadian and other safety standards such as
- CSA C22.2 No. 0-10 General Requirements – Canadian Electrical code, part II.
- CSA C22.2 No. 281.1-12/UL2231-1 Standard for safety for personnel
protection systems for electrical vehicle (EV) supply circuits: General
- CSA C22.2 No. 281.2-12/UL2231-2 Standard for safety for personnel
protection systems for electric vehicle (EV) supply circuits: Particular
requirements for protection devices for use in charging systems.
- CSA C22.2 No. 280-13/UL2594 (1st edition) Electric vehicle supply
- CSA C22.2 No. 0.8-12 Safety functions incorporating electronic technology.
- UL1998 Standard for software in programmable components.
- UL991 Standard for Tests for Safety-Related Controls Employing
- NEC 2014 section 625.
Compared to Chargepoint is Californian (and is "Buy America" compliant) but maybe ask Chargepoint or an expert about reasonable Canada standards compliance and NEMA 4X equivalence and let us know their official response