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Feature request: BMV alarm detection time

Hi,

I've set the high voltage alarm above the absorption voltage, yet it often triggers and then clears straight away, ie. a false positive.

It would seem to me that the BMV could do with an extra parameter "alarm detection time". This parameter would control when an alarm actually fires: only after the alarm has been triggered for the set amount of time.

The BMV does something similar with "charged detection time".

regards,
Jan


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Harold answered ·

Hello,
I have seen above / below post, about BMV settings in the VRM portal, but I can not find this page, how to reach it?
Harold

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Markus answered ·

Hi Jan,

how do you assume, this is a false positive?

The BMV has a 10s time span, before it triggers alarm on. So if you heard an alarm, the alarm parameters you set up, had to match for at least 10 seconds.

If you are connected to VRM portal, you can set up an alarm there. It is possible, to set up how long conditions have to match.

this is in german, but the last setting is, what may be interesting to you.

Regards,

Markus


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