I updated to 3.09 recently. Ever since then it syncs far too soon. see pic attached. guess that explains it all.
02_Charged voltage is set to 54.8V.
Hi Mario, yes there is a bug in v3.09; all settings are reset to factory defaults after updating the BMV-700 or BMV-702.
You’ll need to reconfigure your BMV, and then all will work normal again.
This version should never have been released like this; my apologies. And you can be assured that the developers are working hard to resolve this. In the mean time we’ve removed the version from the system: VRM no longers offers it as an automatic update; and also it’s no longer available for download from VictronProfessional.
The (only) other source of firmware files, VictronConnect, has v3.08. The latest good version.
i got one more question that bugs me for a while now ...
why isnt a ve.direct BMV (or mppt) remote configurable via ccgx or venus? the protocol has all regarding set commands ready ...
is there any particular reason for that?
this bug means someone drivibg to the site whilst it all could be done in a minute via vrm.
Battery indicator now scales between the configured discharge floor and 100% state-of-charge, instead of the full state-of-charge range (0% - 100%)
Can this be done optional, please? I really like it more when it says 50% and not 0% when the battery is charged to 50%.
If I want to discharge to 20% for some reason it always keeps at 0% when 50% is set and I can't see the real SOC?
What will happen to the SOC-history of the VRM? Comparsion wouldn't be possible anymore.
Installers now always have to check what firmware is installed to know what the BMV really shows?
Probably I misunterstood that?
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