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Problem W/.../settings/0/Settings/CGwacs/MaxChargepower /MaxChargePercentage not working

Hi All,

I have a Multiplus, working in Mode 1 and I can not prevent it from charging.

- I set the values for W/.../settings/0/Settings/CGwacs/MaxChargepowerW/.../settings/0/Settings/CGwacs/MaxChargepower and /MaxChargePercentage with Node-Red over MQTT.

- The Cebro accepts the values and I can read it with N/... .

- But it does not use the value, battery is charging till SOC-Limit is reached.

I am disappointed, because /MaxDischargePower and /MaxDischargePercentage are working properly. I can set the value and battery discharges like I need.

Has anybody a hint for me. Why the system works this way?

Thank you and best regards

Carsten



Hallo Leute,

ich betreibe einen Multiplus im Mode 1 und kann das Laden nicht begrenzen/unterbinden.

- Ich setze die Werte für W/.../settings/0/Settings/CGwacs/MaxChargepowerW/.../settings/0/Settings/CGwacs/MaxChargepower und /MaxChargePercentage über Node-Red mit MQTT.

- Sie werden auch angenommen, ich kann sie mit N/... lesen.

- Aber sie werden einfach nicht beachtet... Der Akku lädt fröhlich weiter bis zum SOC-Limit

Das komische daran ist, dass die Steuerung von /MaxDischargePower und /MaxDischargePercentage gar kein Problem sind... sie werden angenommen und beachtet.

Kann mir jemand einen Tipp geben, woran das liegen könnte?

Vielen Dank und viele Grüße

Carsten

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do i need to set up something else?


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Thanks for those who can help me, sorry for my english

I am French



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