Hmm… Ok. I’m not going to say I understand your explanation as I thought the value that I now have on my monitoring tool would reflect the GUI value. So you say in essence that it will not go below 35% during normal operation? Help me understand why the modbus value would be 30 then?
Just to put you in the picture of why I want to monitor this value. Under normal situations I want to pull my batteries down to the min level possible for max benefit, I aim for 20% (not there yet…)
As you know the situation here is that we need capacity for load shedding and so far all notifications for LS has come with fair warning (well mostly). In that time I can then raised the Min SOC value to EG. 35% to carry me through one session at minimal power, ok perhaps 40% or 45% but that is besides the point.
What I am saying is that I don’t want to be caught having Min SOC at 20% thinking it’s at 40% and then wake up in total darkness because I ‘forgot’ to up the value. The modbus register is my way to see what it is. If this value is now NOT the one on the GUI, how would I get the GUI value via modbus?