I wouldn't be surprised if it still looks, but just doesn't log it.Randy wrote:Interesting....With the new 1.6 software, the System log does not show attempts to look for new firmware every 14-15 minutes like it used to. In fact, there's much less activity in my system log since the new software updated....There is a current "last network transmission" time in the Device Info display, but no corresponding system log entry to indicate a network transmission.....
I have "L2R.1.6A, 035A, , 1.10" and I have the same problem. The time on the web interface is wrong.GroundLoop wrote:...Main display shows 8:16 right now, and all the Intranet time displays are 9:16...
I have already sent BLINK a note about the intranet interface not being updated. I tried VERY hard not to infer that a firmware update should actually update ALL applicable portions of said firmware.patrick0101 wrote: Also, I was looking for the new display brightness and sleep timer settings. I was only able to find these on the physical unit itself, they don't seem to be in the web interface.
I am sorry to hear that. Mine did charge properly last night however on 1.6. I am currently running a WiFi to ehternet bridge and charging to 80% using the Leaf timers.turbo2ltr wrote:Since the update, my car has stopped charging during the night and started again. So instead of just one "complete" email, I get a "charging stopped" email, then a "complete" email some time later. NEVER did this with 1.5.
I could give a crap about everything about the Blink unit outside of charging. If it was not for the EV Project I never would have this "smart" Blink EVSE. A "dumb" EVSE like the one I had before would suit me just fine.turbo2ltr wrote:I could give a crap about the time or the display brightness, DON'T BREAK CHARGING!
Same for me. L2R.1.6.A 80%. WIFI. Charged fine last night.Spies wrote:Mine did charge properly last night however on 1.6. I am currently running a WiFi to ehternet bridge and charging to 80% using the Leaf timers.
Yep, same here.Spies wrote: If it was not for the EV Project I never would have this "smart" Blink EVSE. A "dumb" EVSE like the one I had before would suit me just fine.
I was surprised to see the screen off when I went to the garage while the car was charging. I assumed that it would be on during charging events regardless of the timeout. That would be my preference. What would you prefer?TEG wrote:I enabled the screen saver mode for 3 minutes.