[Ovmsdev] Happy discovered: I3 seems to manage 12v battery charge by itself
casner at acm.org
Thu Jan 21 07:21:06 HKT 2021
On Wed, 20 Jan 2021, Greg D. wrote:
> Stephen Casner wrote:
> > On Wed, 20 Jan 2021, Greg D. wrote:
> >> "On" is the keyswitch position 2, where the car can be driven (contactor is in).
> >> Pushing the keyswitch to the momentary position 3 (ICE "Start") toggles the
> >> Performance driving mode setting. A handy place to put that, I guess.
> > It is necessary to depress the brake and momentarily turn to position
> > 3 to initiate the start-up sequence and put the car into driving mode.
> I was specifically referring to the Roadster (2.x if that matters) for
> this use of switch position 3. I expect that's another Roadster-unique
I was also referring to the Roadster. My point was that postition 3
is not just for toggling to Performance mode.
> >> The alternative suggested would be one single enumerated metric to reflect all
> >> the possible states. Something like:
> >> * off
> >> * deepsleep
> >> * lightsleep
> >> * awake
> >> * accessory
> >> * starting
> >> * on
> > The condition that occurs when opening the door could be deepsleep or
> > lightsleep rather than awake.
> Is there an overall description of the various states? What describes
> the difference between the different sleeps and awake?
That's not defined yet. I think Mark was making a proposal that would
be rich enough to cover all vehicles, and the states used for each
vehicle would need to be defined.
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