The cFos Charging Manager has the following extremely useful charging functions:
Some cars "fall asleep" when stopping/pausing charging and do not wake up until you pull the charging plug. The Charging Manager recognizes this and tries to wake up the car again. This requires a suitable EVSE (currently only cFos EVSE).
Some cars try to recharge immediately after the battery level has fallen just below the maximum charge. Due to the constant short recharging, the car never falls asleep and the next morning the 12V battery is empty. The cFos Charging Manager can recognize this and then blocks charging for a longer period of time so that the car can "fall asleep".
Some cars always charge the battery to 100%, even if that leads to higher wear. The cFos Charging Manager can recognize when the charging current falls below a certain threshold value, namely when the battery is almost full, and then stop charging. You can set the optimal value for your car here.
If you have suitable threshold values for certain vehicle models, please let us know. Then we will publish them here for others.
You can set these options in the configuration of the wallboxes in the Charging Manager.