Zappi v2 Navigation Menus

Zappi v2 Navigation Menus

2. Advanced Menu

Advanced Menu DescriptionDescription
Supply GridDevicePhase: (single phase)

Phase Rotation: (three phase)

Set the supply phase to use for this device – see Advanced Settings for more information
Phase Return:Set the phase wired into the “Neutral” input terminal.

Used when the zappi is installed on a system that does not have a neutral connection – i.e. 230V Line – Line, delta connected supply

Device Limit:Set the maximum available supply current to be drawn by the zappi – see Advanced Settings for more information
Neutral Limit:Set the maximum neutral current for the installation. Needed in some countries with specific regulations (e.g Germany)
Earthing:Enable or disable the PE conductor checks. To be set according to the earthing arrangement in the installation (TN/TT or IT)
Grid Power Limit:Sets the maximum grid power limit netted across all phases – eg. If set to 10kW, then on a three phase supply this can be evenly balanced across all three phases (eg 3.3kW per phase) or taken only on one phase (10kW on one phase, zero on others) or any other varation of balanced / unbalanced loads. This setting is particularly useful in Italy and Belgium to meet local supply requirements.
NetworkExport Margin:Minimum level of export power which is maintained when zappi is diverting surplus power – see Advanced Settings for more information
Grid Limit:Maximum grid import power limit. When charging, the charge power is reduced to keep import below this level. This also applies when boosting – see Advanced Settings for more information
Battery:Sets the mode for managing power when a battery system is present in the installation. See Battery Storage Systems for more information.
Net Phases:Allows surplus power from one phase to be used on a different phase when multiple phases are in use. See Advanced Settings for more information.
NoteThe Network menu options only appear and can be configured on the MASTER device
Linked DevicesDevicesOther myenergi devices can be wirelessly linked, this shows connected devices and their priorities. Settings for some devices are made here – see Linking Devices
Pairing ModePuts this zappi in pairing mode so it can be linked to another device – see Linking Devices
ChannelRF Channel:Sets the radio frequency channel number used when linking other devices – see Linking Devices
Set MasterSets the zappi device to be master (tick is shown) or slave – see Linking Devices
Reset SettingsClear all linked device settings – see Linking Devices
CT ConfigCTINT:Internal CT, used to configure a group limit. See Load Balancing / Current Limiting for details.



Set the function of CT inputs – see CT Config for more details.
eSense InputDisabledeSense input is disabled.
BoostIf the eSense input is live, zappi will boost the charge – see eSense.
Boost Timer Enablezappi will boost the charge if eSense is live AND the boost timer is set to operate at that time – see eSense.
Load LimitIf the eSense input is live, zappi will limit the charge rate to the set amount. The default current limit is 7.2A but can be set as desired – see eSense.
StopIf the eSense input is live, zappi will stop the charge regardless of its charge mode – see eSense.
Compatibility ModeActive:When set to “On” the zappi will adapt to EV’s with poor power factor.
Min PWM:Controls the Pilot PWM minimum limit.
Power Factor:When Active is “on” the measured power factor must be better than this set value to enable lower charging current set by Min PWM.
End Charge Delay:Charge Complete status is delayed by this time to allow access to the vehicle without starting a new charge session
Infinite PWM:Keeps zappi ready to restart charge after charge is complete – this is needed on some EV’s when the user wants to preheat the vehicle in morning
Menu PasscodeThe code required to access the Advanced menu
SystemRestore SettingsErase ConfigRestore the configuration to factory default
Erase DataClear all data from memory (charge logs, event logs & historic data)
Erase ALLRestore configuration to factory default and erase all data
ConfirmConfirm restore options and re-boot device
Download FirmwareDownloads latest firmware from hub
BootloaderEnter Bootloader mode

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