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Release Notes :

zappi 2 – Firmware Version 3.033

26/07/2020

IMPORTANT – This is a critical update

This firmware release includes a number of significant changes and enhancements.  V3 firmware for zappi 1 and eddi will be released in the coming weeks once Beta testing is complete.   This firmware for zappi 2 has been released first due a critical update that we have been forced to include due to a safety concern identified with the new (2020) Kia e-Niro and Hyundai Kona which have an onboard three phase charger – see below for details.

Failure to update your firmware may lead to damage to your 3-phase zappi if used with one of these vehicles.


Before upgrading the zappi please ensure that you have also updated the firmware on your hub.

Instructions on how to update the firmware on your zappi and other myenergi devices can be found -> here <-


 

New Features

STOP Mode

In Stop Mode the zappi will not charge the EV.  The boost modes are also disabled.

Zappi continues to measure power and communicate with other devices in the network.

This mode can also be set as the default mode on reboot / start-up.  Support of STOP in the app will be provided in the next release of the app.

Single phase zappi – External CT3 now fully supported

The third external CT connection on the single phase zappi can now be used to measure any external circuit (exactly the same as external CT1 and CT2)

Improved functionality with 3rd party diverters

Zappi will now stop taking priority over 3rdparty diverter if there is import for too long, e.g. when the diverter is boosting. Valid for CTs set to “Storage Only”.

Allow remote unlock of the zappi

This feature has been included to allow the zappi to be unlocked via the the app.  This feature will be fully supported in the next release of the app scheduled by  08/08/2020

“Demand Side Response”

Demand Side Response (DSR) is now fully supported, allowing zappi owners to sign up to third party aggregators who can then help support the grid and transmission network by adjusting the zappi charge rate (eg the “FRED Trial” where myenergi are working with a number of other companies to develop this solution and demonstrate its value https://evergreensmartpower.co.uk/what-we-do/domestic-dsr-fred-trial/)

Improvements

  • 3-phase Zappi will attempt to detect if a Kia e-Niro or Hyundai Kona is being charged and prevent switching from single phase to three phase charging unless the EV is unplugged first.
  • Automatic charge session permission after power-cut
  • On a single phase zappi, the external CT3 input can now be used
  • “G100” feature (which detects if a hardwired CT has become disconnected) now only operates if the current being supplied to the zappi is more that 2A – this prevents the G100 limit operating if the house load is perfectly balanced and there is no power being drawn from the grid.
  • “G100” is displayed along with “Installation Limit!” on main screen when this limit occurs.
  • Phase and Grid Current are displayed along with “Installation Limit!” when zappi stops charging due to Grid Limit setting. This will help user understand why the charge has stopped, particularly in a three phase zappi.
  • Improved Grid Limit to prevent occasional power oscillations observed in some circumstances
  • Enhanced fault reporting on main screen for faults #24 Output Fault! and #28 Welded Contactor
  • RGB LED Colour rate changed from 500ms to 5s. Avoids colour changes when house load is small.
  • Power Factor is now displayed in the CT Config menu (similar to harvi CT details screen), this is useful in dealing with installation issues on 3-phase supplies.
  • Swedish translation added.
  • Improvement to way power allocation to batteries / power diverters is handled
  • “Update from Cloud” is automatically set when a Hub is added to the list of paired devices
  • Readings page 7 : displays grid spare current and min/max charging power

Bug Fixes

  • “G100” text as not displayed correctly in CT Config menu. (i.e. when zappi detects that the CT measuring the grid supply may be disconnected)
  • Grid CT was only working on CT1 on single phase units
  • “Charge Complete” was wrongly displayed instead of “Charge Delayed” when an EV would stop Battery PreHeating.
  • Incorrect reporting of Green% in Charge Logs
  • Calculation of Green Energy % on main screen updated to match the calculation in the charge logs
  • Fix for voltage information not being sent to server
  • eSense and Boost Timers were starting a charge despite the session not being allowed

Safety Concern – Kia e-Niro and Hyundai Kona (2020 model with three phase onboard charger)

Following the release of the 2020 models of the Kia e-Niro and Hyundai Kona (with three phase onboard charger), we have identified an issue with this EV only when switching between single phase (i.e. ECO/ECO+) and three phase charging (i.e. FAST / BOOST).  

The e-Niro and Kona fail to respond correctly when the output of the zappi changes, resulting in a damage to the zappi and the possibility of the supply MCBs tripping or fuses blowing.

To ensure that this does not happen, zappi will now attempt to detect if an e-Niro or Kona is being charged and will not allow the switch between single phase and three phase operation unless the car is unplugged first.

Please see these pages for more details:


Unfortunately, the way that zappi detects that one of these vehicles is connected means that it may also block the switch from 1-phase to 3-phase charging on vehicles that are able to change charging mode completely safely.    We are very sorry if this affects you but are left little choice given the potential safety issues introduced by these new Kia and Hyundai vehicles.

zappi 2 – Firmware Version 2.176

(2.174 – 06/05/2020)

Instructions on how to update the firmware on your zappi and other myenergi devices can be found -> here <-

Improvements / Changes

This firmware release includes the following improvements:

  • Stability when grid limit is set to a low value (<20A)
  • Handling of grid limit on a three phase zappi when EV is not charging on all three phases
  • Added characters ‘ä’, ‘ü’, ‘ö’
  • Shortened German for ‘to unlock cable’ & ‘Start/Stop’ so it fits on screen

In addition the maximum grid limit when using a harvi for the grid CT’s has been reduced to 65A.   Hardwired CT’s can still be set to have a grid limit up to 100A.

Bug fixes

  • Stopping a charge session because of an Installation limit didn’t work in:
    • network mode or
    • wired mode in 3ph Zappi with a non-3ph capable EV
  • “Charge Complete” was wrongly displayed instead of “Charge Delayed” when an EV would stop battery pre heating/pre-conditioning

Known Issues

The following known issues remain to be fixed:

  • Tesla Model 3 – does not correctly work in ECO+. This will required a firmware update from Tesla (PROBLEM IS RESOLVED NOW WITH UPDATE TESLA)

zappi 2 – Firmware Version 2.171

(2.171 – 31/03/2020)

This firmware release includes the following:

  • a number enhancements including allowing the LED colours and brightness to be adjusted and adjusting the behaviour of the backlight on the LCD display so it only comes when there is a user interaction at the zappi itself
  • a change to the tolerances on the “control pilot” (CP) measurement to cope with the unusual behaviour of the Audi e-tron.
  • additional support for 3 phase systems, allowing connection of a single phase zappi in a 3-phase 3-wire supply, and to allow the ECO+ mode to be used on a three-phase zappi with all three phases energised.
  • changes to the EV wake up sequence following testing of zappi with the MG ZS as well as some minor bug fixes.

Instructions on how to update the firmware on your zappi and other myenergi devices can be found -> here <-

Improvements

LED Indicator

It is now possible to adjust the brightness of the LED on the front of the zappi , from 100% (default and current) down to 0% (OFF all the time) and to adjust the colour of LED in the different states.

The TEST… menu allows the colour of the LED to be tested to find the correct RGB values to input in the Colours… menu

ECO/ECO+ 3-Phase Support

3-phase charging now supported in ECO and ECO+ modes (tracking surplus). This means that the zappi can now use the full output of PV arrays and other renewable generation with a power output greater than 7kW.

At the moment dynamic switching between single-phase and 3-phase charging in ECO/ECO+ is not yet supported so it necessary to manually select the desired mode on the Charge Settings… menu

3-phase 3-wire support

A single phase Zappi will now work on a three 3-phase 3-wire system (220V Line to Line which is a number of countries including in Norway and Belgium)

If used on a -phase, 3-wire system the new “Phase Return” setting in the “Supply Grid” menu needs to be set to match the phase of the cable wired into the “N” terminal of the Zappi  (wiring diagram to be added)

In a 3-phase 4-wire system (3-phase + neutral) then the “Phase Return” menu should be set to Neutral (the default setting)

The menus have also been improved so that the “Supply Grid” menu is now split between “Devices” and “Network”.  “Network” is only accessible by a Master Device and contains settings shared with all devices within the network

Audi e-tron

The tolerances on the Control Pilot (CP) signal have been increased to allow zappi to work with the unusual CP behaviour of the Audi e-tron

MG ZS

The EV wake up sequence has been modified for the MG ZS which was not responding to the zappi at the start of a timed boost when in ECO+ if the car had been left locked for some time.

LCD Backlight

The LCD backlight only comes on when a button is pressed or when the cable is plugged in / unplugged.   Previously the light had switched on whenever a charge started or stopped, or a new entry was recorded in the event logs.

Bug Fixes

Version 2.163

  • “Charging” was sometimes displayed instead of “EV disconnected”
  • Group limit flag was not reset which meant that the “house icon” may have been displayed continuously

Version 2.168

  • Eventlogs : “Custom” was not checking the months properly. Ex : Events in March could have been added for a February search
  • Changes to communications with the RCD protection board (avoids “Comms Problem” error messages)
  • Power readings could fluctuate by 100W when no CT connected or no load on CT
  • Increased memory allocated to wireless communications – 6 devices now correctly handled on one wireless channel
  • Event/Charge Logs : Last 7 days search (Week) wasn’t taken the leap year into account
  • Eventlogs : “Custom” search could not have been working if more than 7 different days of data was present
  • RGB LED Brightness 0% was doing the same thing as 1%

Version 2.170

  • Timed boost not working correctly if boost period runs past midnight and the timer is not set to operate every day
  • Smart boost – PIN Lock active even if the PIN Lock is disabled

Further changes

Changes being made to the servers this week will resolve the following issues:

  • 3 phase zappi, built in CT’s not interpreted correctly in the app, resulting in a third of the power being reported (RESOLVED)

Known Issues

The following known issues remain to be fixed:

  • Tesla Model 3 – does not correctly work in ECO+. This will required a firmware update from Tesla  (PROBLEM IS RESOLVED NOW WITH UPDATE TESLA)

Firmware update V2.161 for zappi v2


A summary of the changes is included below.


Improvements:

  • Updated Translations:  Dutch, French;  "Coms” is now spelt “Comms”
  • Pilot Debug: Readings page 5. Now records real time readings
  • ECO+ mode: start/stop delay minimum value changed from 5 to 10s to prevent cycling
  • ECO+ mode: start/stop counter cannot start before the RCD board has finished to check for welded contacts. Prevent cycling at start of charge
  • Control Pilot readings: sampling logic improved to eliminate spurious Pilot Error! Trip

Bug Fixes:

  • Inconsistency between Zappi true status and main screen display
  • PIN Lock : Zappi could lock itself from a Control Pilot x1 to x2 transition (B1 to B2 or C1 to C2). This fixes the problem in ECO+ where the PIN had to be re-entered every time the zappi tried to restart charging
  • Default Charge Mode : always started in ‘FAST’ on reboot (since V2.152)
  • Control loop caused PWM to be turned OFF while “RCD Checking…” leading to “Pilot Errors” and potential “RCD Tripped!”
  • Improved the way that surplus generation is shared between myenergi devices in ECO/ECO+ modes when Boosting
  • Corrected interaction between Smart Boost and Timed Boost – Timed Boost continued past end of the timed boost period if Smart Boost was also set.

Known Issues


The following known issues remain to be fixed:

  • 3 phase zappi, built in CT’s not interpreted correctly in the app, resulting in a third of the power being reported (RESOLVED)
  • Tesla Model 3 – does not correctly work in ECO+. This will required a firmware update from Tesla (RESOLVED)

Firmware update V2.156 for zappi v2 

A summary of the changes is included below.  

This firmware release deals with a number of incompatibilities between different EV’s, particularly the Tesla and e-Golf.  Testing with both vehicles has confirmed that they will work in Fast, ECO and ECO+, although there are still issues with the Tesla waking up in ECO+ (which can only be resolved by a Tesla firmware update).

For some vehicles we have also found that the EV will sometimes fail to wake up from ECO+ if the sun starts shining or if a boost is activated, unless there was a short charge within a few minutes of plugging the car in.  To deal with this situation we have added a new option under the “ECO+ Settings” menu “Plug-In Charge”.   This will force a short charge when the EV is first plugged in.


New Features:

  • "Plug-In Charge" in Eco+ mode. Allows Zappi to force a charge session the first time the EV is plugged in. Setting in the "ECO+ Settings" menu.

Improvements:

  • PWM signal at start of charge to EV adjusted to improve compatibility with some EV’s
  • Fault codes now displayed on main screen to make it easier to confirm what fault has caused the zappi to trip

Bug Fixes:

  • Charge logs no longer record double energy value if main charge and pre-conditioning charge take place before cable is unplugged (only applies to charge sessions carried out after the new firmware is installed - will not correct historical readings)
  • Time and Date format was not displayed properly
  • TimeZones different than "British GMT" may not be loaded at bootup
  • "Menu" button icon now displayed correctly

zappi 2 – Firmware Version 2.142 - 2.143 – (Tesla “mini-fix”) Release Notes

(16/12/2019)

Version raised to 2.143 to correct issue with detailed charge logs doubling total energy if pre-conditioning takes place after a previous charge without the vehicle being unplugged.

(14/12/2019)

This firmware update has been developed to deal with an issue with Tesla vehicles which fail to charge at full power even though Zappi is sending a maximum PWM value.    Note – this update is required because the Tesla cars do not adhere to the smart charging standards.

There is still an issue with the Tesla failing to wake up when the Zappi starts a boost or ECO+ charge – this is due to the Tesla firmware.  We understand that they are working on a new release which will fix this problem which affects all smart chargers.

These notes provide details of the new functionality provided as well as the bug fixes and other enhancements.

Improvements

– At start of charge PWM is forced to maximum in order to deal with Tesla issue where the charge rate does not correctly follow the PWM signal from the charger

Detailed charge logs

The Charge Log now allows selection of individual charge sessions.  Similar to the Event Logs, the user can now read every single log entry as well as the total for the selected period

 

The individual logs are summarised by the stop date.  The start and stop date and time are now shown on each log entry

Start:  When the EV first starts drawing power (note this may not be the same as the time when the EV was plugged in)

Stop:  When the EV stopped drawing power, or the EV was unplugged

 

Known Issues

The following known issues remain to be fixed:

– 3 phase zappi, built in CT’s not interpreted correctly in the app, resulting in a third of the power being reported
– 3 phase zappi, CT’s hardwired to zappi not shown correctly in app
– Tesla Model 3 – does not correctly work in ECO+. This will required a firmware update from Tesla

zappi 2 – Firmware Version 2.130/2.139/2.140

(18/11/2019 and 25/11/2019)

This firmware update includes a number of improvements based on feedback received from people who have been using the new zappi since it was released in July.  These notes provide details of the new functionality provided as well as the bug fixes and other enhancements.

New functionality

Neutral Limit

This applies on Zappi’s that are part of a three phase installation (it does not matter if the Zappi is a three phase or single phase version provided that the three phase Grid CT’s are installed – either directly connected or via a Harvi).  The neutral current is calculated from the three line currents measured by the Grid CT’s and if it exceeds the limit set in the Zappi the output trips.   This is a requirement in some countries – eg in Germany there is a limit of 20A on the neutral at the supply to the property.

The neutral limit is set under the Supply Grid menu  (Default is “Neutral Limit: OFF”)

Supply Import Limit (Grid Limit) – Grid CT Failsafe  “G100 Protection”

To meet the requirements being set by some Distribution Network Operators for “Supply Limitation Schemes”, a new feature has been introduced to detect if there is a problem with the Grid CT measurement.  Each wired Grid CT has an extra setting, that when activated, enables the additional protection of Grid Limit function. When enabled, if the Grid CT is disconnected then, after 5s, Zappi shuts down the charge.

Recovery occurs when a signal is detected again on the CT. A warning flag is displayed next to the grid tower, to indicate that there is a problem with the Grid CT.

Note: Although the Grid Limit will work if the Grid CT is connected to a Harvi, we would recommend that the Grid CT’s are wired directly to the Zappi if the Grid Limit is set.  The new G100 Failsafe only works on wired CT’s

The Grid CT Failsafe feature is enabled under the CT Config menu for the Grid CT by turning the “G100” entry to “ON”

Note that the DNO’s sometimes ask for Customer load management schemes to follow the principles of Standard Technique: SD1E (ENA ER G100)”  This new feature meets these requirements provided that the Grid CT is hardwired back to the Zappi.

New PIN Lock Setting – Protect Menus

A new PIN Lock setting has been introduced which allows unrestricted use of the Zappi but which protects any settings that have been entered.

This is in addition to the normal PIN Lock settings which prevent unauthorised use of the Zappi and/or unplugging of the charge cable and the code that protects the Advanced Settings menus.

To allow the EV to charge even when the Zappi is locked set “Charge: ON” on the “Lock  Function” menu.

Improvements

– Pilot Debug (Readings page5) to record ANY Pilot Errors, including state F
– Phase Active displayed on Readings page 2
– Multi Phase Load Current displayed on Readings page 1
– Allow EV’s to charge without being unplugged when Zappi reboots
– Changes to pilot voltage measurement to prevent spurious “Pilot Problem!” messages
– MIN and MAX CP readings also to be recorded in Readings page 5
– Delay LED colour change rate when charging to prevent rapid colour changes with transient PV / Grid power change
– Under/Over voltage are not checked if L2 and L3 are not connected on a 3ph Zappi
– Prevents “Contactor Fault!” when switching from 1 phase to 3 phase as some EV’s may have a voltage on L2 even when charging on L1 only!
– RCD Trip information included in the Event Logs display
– eSense : “Boosting” is printed at centre of the screen when active
– Beta support of single phase charging only using L2 or L3
– Minimum Green Level (MGL) calculation for multi phase systems improved
– Supply Grid “Net Phase” is not set as default in 3ph units
– Manual Boost from the app correctly sets target energy to match the app display and target
– Lock Test: allows test of the lock solenoid when no EV cable is plugged. Setting available in the “Lock Function” menu.
– Power Factor readings are now averaged over a second. Improves reading stability and avoid sudden changes of “min PWM” from 10% to 12% when charging at minimum rate

Bug Fixes

– Dutch & German languages could cause Zappi to crash, as the string (translated) were too long (> 21 characters).
– String length checks have been added to avoid this.
– Fixed “Force Output” functionality
– Smiling House display was only taking power readings on phase 1
– Default CT Config for 3ph units : GRID for all 3 CTs
– Zappi can now recover from Installation Limit in ECO+ mode
– Three phase Zappi was not switching to 3 phase charging when a Manual Boost was triggered from the App
– All boost commands work in the same way whether set locally or via the app
– Cancel Boost from the app was not cancelling a Manual Boost
– eSense : ECO+ was stopping the charge when eSense was active
– Updated Min/Max protocol value to take into account the number of active phases
– Smart Boost statuses and flags are now properly reset when a Smart Boost energy target has been reached.
– V2.140: French, Dutch or German languages were displaying the wrong status in the Main screen and in Readings page1
– V2.140: Grid Limit was only working when set higher than Neutral Limit

Known Issues

The following known issues remain to be fixed:

– 3 phase zappi, built in CT’s not interpreted correctly in the app, resulting in a third of the power being reported
– 3 phase zappi, CT’s hardwired to zappi not shown correctly in app
– Tesla Model 3 – does not correctly work in ECO+. This will required a firmware update from Tesla

zappi v2 Firmware version 2.124 (22/10/2019)

This firmware release improves the compatibility with a number of vehicles including the VW e-Golf.
For details of how to update the firmware see: https://myenergi.com/updating-your-firmware/

New Features

  • German Translation (Beta)
  • Three-phase zappi now supports 2 phase charging (feature of e-Golf)

Enhancements

  • Better handling of the way that zappi pauses and then resumes the charge (ECO+, grid Limit etc). This should resolve the problem in ECO+ where some vehicles failed to wake up after the charge is suspended (although this still does not resolve the issue with the Tesla Model 3 which requires a change in the Tesla firmware)
  • Changes to the restart sequence rules.  This resolves a cycling issue which would cause the auxiliary battery on some vehicles to be discharged when the vehicle battery was already fully charged when it was plugged in.
  • Plug lock delay increased to 1 second on untethered zappi avoiding problem that some people reported with lock engaging before plug pushed fully home
  • Grid Limit minimum value changed from 20A to 13A
  • At the end of charge, the zappi now avoids cycling which affected some EV’s (checking/charging/waiting for EV)
  •  Smart Boost test time increased from 15 to 30s to improve prediction or charge time required

Bug Fixes

  • Three phase zappi – App commands now follow correct logic for switching between single phase and three phase output
  • "Net Phases" is no longer reset when Zappi boots up
  • Cable on untethered zappi was occasionally locked at boot up.
  • ECO+ resumes correctly after Smart Boost tests when Smart Boost is set
  • ECO+ mode was not working correctly when PIN Lock was active
  • Display: Linked Devices Info "PWR Now" was not reporting Phase 2 & 3 power 
  • Display: "Stopping" 3s timer is now decremented correctly in the display

For e-Golf owners, we have started a new thread here specifically for this vehicle.  e-golf-issues-and-setting-for-zappi-and ... -t859.html
Please use this to report any new (or remaining) issues (if any!) that you have after installing this upgrade.  VW appear to have produced several different versions of their on-board charging system which means that it is very difficult to make sure that we've caught every feature on every car... 

 

zappi v2 Firmware version 2.121  (28/09/2019)

This firmware update includes a number of improvements based on feedback received from people who have been using the new zappi since it was released in July.  These notes provide details of the new functionality provided as well as the bug fixes and other enhancements.

New functionality

Socket Lock

For untethered versions the charge cable is now locked into the socket on the zappi as soon as the cable is plugged in (even if the other end of the cable is not plugged into an EV).

When the cable is locked into the socket a small ‘lock’ icon will be seen on the right side of the Zappi, in the centre of the screen.

When the EV has finished charging or it has been unplugged, the display will show “(+) to unlock cable

When the EV is disconnected, a press on the “+” key will unlock the plug for a duration of 5 seconds, allowing the plug to be removed from Zappi. The screen will show “Cable released“.

After this time, the lock will be re-activated.

If the ‘Lock Function’ (PIN lock) feature is enabled in the zappi, the cable will be not locked into the socket until the PIN is entered and EV charging starts. This means that if anyone plugs their cable into the zappi but they do not know the PIN they are able to remove their cable.

In all cases the cable is unlocked if zappi detects a fault or the power supply to the zappi is switched off.

Security Password for PIN Lock

If you have set up a PIN to lock the zappi and forget what the PIN is, you can now contact myenergi technical support () who will provide you with a unique passcode to unlock the unit.

Compatibility with IT Earthing Systems

Note:  This is an advanced feature which should only be changed by the installer.

Zappi v2 includes a check to make sure that there is a good earth connection on the supply cable.  If there is a problem with the earth cable then zappi will display a warning and prevent the output to the vehicle being turned on.

In some countries the electrical supply arrangements are different (referred to as “IT Earthing”) and this feature will not work correctly.    With this firmware release the “PE Earth Check” can be turned off under the Compatibility Mode… settings on the Advanced… menu

Improvements

Can charge directly legacy EVs at startup (from C1 state)

Reactive Current display in “Compatibility Mode” screen

Removed Phase Rotation Checks

Power Factor is recorded and used in State B to adjust minimum green level (MGL)

Adjusted PP values to meet IEC 61851-1

Protective Earth (PE) contactor is now closed at a B2->C2 transition.

New Sequence : PE Contactor, RCD SelfTest, Relay, Contactor

Plug detection using PP & CP

Plug Locked as soon as cable inserted (untethered version – see above)

Adjusted LCD graphics (unlock symbol & ev cable)

Pin Lock : zappi cannot be soft reset anymore

CT2 and CT3 menus can now be accessed in 3ph zappis. Settings can’t be changed must happen while changing CT1 settings

Updated Dutch Translation

ECO+ mode : PWM is now ON after a Restart Sequence. There is no need for another cycle through “Waiting for surplus” anymore

Added delay before enabling SelfTest : allow for fault checks

Power not to be alloted when “Charge Delayed” or “Waiting for EV..” or when Zappi is locked

“End Charge Delay” default changed to 40s

“RCD Checking..” message is now synchronised to RCD protection board status

PWM is forced to min before 1A is drawn (avoid inrush current)

Improved switching of PE contactor.

Minimum Green Level to use Compatibility mode PWM before session starts : enable min power at 1.4kW instead of 1.6kW. After that, Zappi uses the last measured power factor from the EV itself.

Bug Fixes

Phase switching when Manual Boost ends

Radio Reset/Config Reset/Factory reset doesn’t generate an error code anymore (MEL_Alloc)

Socket Lock & Pin Lock do not conflict anymore

Pause timer was displayed in ECO and FAST mode

Socket to be unlocked when fault is detected

Time Zones are now working

PE Contactor OFF when Pilot is Dx

Used to bypass pin lock and enabled charge

Used to lock plug if locked zappi and legacy EV inserted

Known Issues

The following known issues remain to be fixed:

– 3 phase zappi, built in CT’s not interpreted correctly in the app, resulting in a third of the power being reported

– 3 phase zappi, CT’s hardwired to zappi not shown correctly in app

– Tesla Model 3 – does not correctly work in ECO+. This will required a firmware update from Tesla

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