Zaptec Go - Firmware updates


Updates in version 2.3.1.2

- Added support for MIFARE DESFire RFID tags.

- Improved behavior when responding to a large number of charging restart events

- Improved session reporting


Updates in version 2.1.1.2

- Improved time server connectivity

 

Updates in version 2.1.0.8

- Improved charging initialization sequence

 

Updates in version 2.1.0.4

- Added support for MID-calibrated chargers

- Improved support for Mifare Classic RFID-tags

- Added support for toggling IT3-phase optimization with App v5.10.1 or later

- Reporting and configuration improvements

 

Updates in version 2.0.4.6

- Improved session handling

- Improved event handling

 

Updates in version 2.0.4.0

-Adds RCD Test button function for use with the App.

-Corrects chargers where no sessions are reported

 

Updates in version 2.0.2.2

-Improved 4G connectivity

-Improved OTA reliability on poor links.

-Improved certificate handling

-Added support for future use on Go UK

 

Updates in version 1.1.0.9

-Added active use of the portals "Maximum current" parameter when 1-phase charging is used on IT 3-phase grid

 

Updates in version 1.1.0.6

-Minor improvements

 

Updates in version 1.1.0.5

  • Minor improvements
  • Improved connectivity

 

Updates in version 1.1.0.4

  •  Minor improvements 

 

Updates in version 1.1.0.3

  • Offline session handling: Complete Charge History and Session Information are now fully available with the Zaptec Go. The Zaptec Go will store offline session details until the device comes back online again.
  • Full support for OCPP in the cloud
  • Other changes:
    • Minor data usage optimization
    • Improvements in connectivity between the charger and cloud
    • The LED on the Zaptec Go will now reflect when the charger is operating offline.

 

Updates in version 0.0.4.0

  • Improved Cloud connectivity

 

Updates in version 0.0.3.8

  • Improved IT3 phase optimization
  • Improved eMeter usage
  • Improved cloud state exchange
  • Improved response to cloud commands

 

Updates in version 0.0.2.9

  • Added support for RFID pairing with version 5.0.0 of the App
  • Added RFID and App authentication feature

 

Updates in version 0.0.2.7

  • General adjustments on energy reporting.

 

Updates in version 0.0.2.3

  • Fixed energy accumulation issue seen on charger meter value in some cases. The issue has not been affecting session energy.
  • During Wifi setup the Wifi signal strength is now communicated to App.
  • Improved power grid type detection.
  • Improved waiting state in system mode if car has delayed charging.
  • Improved support for cloud control when the charger is installed using the switch for configuration.

Updates in version 0.0.1.22

  • Improved 4G connectivity on mobile networks outside of Norway.
  • Improved sensitivity on relay safety check.

Updates in version 0.0.1.11  (Changes since version 0.0.0.71)

  • In system mode, the request charging messaging to cloud has been made more robust to avoid non-responded request resulting in green light waiting state.
  • Syncing of offline current and phase settings to charger and application of offline current has been improved.
  • The charger allows up to 40A fuse setting which gives an improvement when more than one charger shares the installation fuse. The setting requires support in the App.
  • Active phases in now also reported in standalone to get updated graphics in the portal for standalone chargers.
  • When connecting the App with Bluetooth, the "Upgrade firmware" and "Restart charger" functions are now supported once version 0.0.1.11 is installed.
  • The threshold for automatically reducing current when temperature increase has been elevated to improve charging in warm conditions.
  • Chargers installed as IT 3-phase will in system mode be limited to 18.47A also for 1-phase cars to support multiple chargers. More optimization to be performed.
  • Fixed communication setting that could leave charger unresponsive.
  • Now sets LED to white 2 minutes after ending charging in system mode.
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