Megacell Charger

Table of Contents

1 Introduction

This page gathers independent information about the Megacell Charger focusing primarily on the communications protocol used between the Megacell Monitor and the Megacell Charger with the purpose of creating custom automation.

All of this information has been independently discovered, later to be found documented on MegaCell Monitor Wiki. The "wiki" here is unfortunately not editable and may disappear at any time so the information here is likely to stay relevant as a backup.

2 Hardware

The Megacell charger is a 16-slot 18650 litihium ion cell charger with some automation capabilities and software control via 802.11 WLAN. The charger is bundled with software which implements features useful for larger-scale lithium-ion cell refurbishment and reuse. The charger is built around an ESP8266 module which seems to be running NodeMCU.

3 Software

The charger is bundled with a software package called Megacell Monitor which allows for a degree of remote control, setup and automation of the charger. It can also store the cell information in an SQL database, print labels or calculate pack layouts based on the cells inside it's database.

4 The protocol

The protocol is based on HTTP, the charger has to be connected to a 802.11 WLAN network and obtains it's IP address using DHCP. The following requests are understood by the charger (assuming 10.10.10.30 is the charger IP address):

4.1 Charger presence detection and API version

$ curl -i -X POST http://10.10.10.30/api/who_am_i
HTTP/1.1 200 OK
Content-Type: text/json
Content-Length: 35
Connection: close

{
  "McC": "Firmware V4.3.0.11"
}

This request is used to scan an IP subnet to detect the presence of chargers which are online. It also allows to obtain the firmware version which might be used to activate firmware-specific features and improve compatibility.

4.2 API v0

As the charger API has no explicit version code, the current API observed to be implemented in firmware version V4.3.0.11 has been designated as v0.

4.2.1 Get charger configuration

$ curl -X POST http://10.10.10.30/api/get_config_info
{
  "MaV": 4.2,
  "StV": 3.7,
  "MiV": 3,
  "DiR": 1000,
  "MaT": 40,
  "DiC": 1,
  "FwV": "Firmware V4.3.0.11",
  "FirmwareVersion": "Firmware V4.3.0.11",
  "ChC": false,
  "LmV": 0.3,
  "LcV": 3.6,
  "LmD": 1.1,
  "LmR": 90,
  "McH": 240,
  "LcR": 1000,
  "CcO": 1,
  "DcO": 1,
  "MsR": 250,
  "MuL": 0
}

The parameters here are set in the "Settings" menu of Megacell Monitor UI in two different windows - "Charger Settings" and "Circuit Breaker". They meaning of particular codes is as follows. For some parameters the minimum and maximum values permitted by the UI have been documented. It is not known whether these limits reflect limitations of the hardware or firmware in the Megacell Charger or whether they are what the developers considered "sensible".

Parameter code Name in Megacell Monitor UI (in Settings) Default value in Megacell Monitor UI Value restriction in Megacell Monitor UI Notes
MaV Charger Settings -> Max Voltage (V) 4.2    
StV Charger Settings -> Store Voltage (V) 3.7    
MiV Charger Settings -> Min Voltage (V) 3    
DiR Charger Settings -> Max Discharge (mAh) (sic!) 1000    
MaT Charger Settings -> Max Temp (C) 40    
DiC Charger Settings -> Discharge Cycles 1    
FwV Charger Settings -> Firmware version     Cannot be changed in UI
MuL Charger Settings -> Multicast enable 0    
ChC Not presented in UI directly     Chip-controlled charging enable
LmV Circuit Breaker -> LVC Minimum voltage (V) 0.3 min 0.01, max 3.0  
LcV Circuit Breaker -> LVC charge voltage (V) 3    
LmD Circuit Breaker -> LVC Max voltage drop (V) 1.1    
LmR Circuit Breaker -> LVC Max trickle time (minutes) 90 min 5, max 180  
McH Circuit Breaker -> Max Charge time (minutes) 240    
LcR Circuit Breaker -> Reject cells with low capacity (mA) (sic!) 1000    
CcO Charger Settings -> Charge Correction Factor (%) 1    
DcO Charger Settings -> Discharge Correction Factor (%) 1    
MsR Circuit Breaker -> Max ESR value (mΩ) 250    

4.2.2 Set charger configuration

A request very similar to getting charger configuration is used to set it. As an example:

$ curl -i -d '{"McH": 240, "LcR": 1000, "LmR": 90, "CcO": 1, "DcO": 1, "LmV": 0.3, "LcV": 3.6, "LmD": 1.1, "ChC": false, "MaV": 4.2, "StV": 3.7, "MiV": 3, "DiR": 1000, "MaT": 40, "DiC": 1, "MsR": 250, "MuL": 0}' -X POST http://10.10.10.30/api/set_config_info
HTTP/1.1 200 OK
Content-Type: text/plane
Content-Length: 8
Connection: close

Received%

When the operation is successful the charger replies with a 'Received' string. When the JSON content is invalid, an error response is sent back:

$ curl -i -d 'fdsgdd' -X POST http://10.10.10.30/api/set_config_info
HTTP/1.1 200 OK
Content-Type: text/plane
Content-Length: 6
Connection: close

failed%

Partial settings updates are possible, for example in order to change the value of a single parameter (for example McH) the following request can be sent:

$ curl -i -d '{"McH": 100}' -X POST http://10.10.10.30/api/set_config_info
HTTP/1.1 200 OK
Content-Type: text/plane
Content-Length: 8
Connection: close

Received%

The value limits that are enforced by the UI can be bypassed by sending configuration parameters directly, for example the maximum allowed value for the LmR parameter (max trickle charge time) is 180 minutes. Using the following request a higher value can be set, the firmware doesn't enforce the limits from Megacell Monitor UI:

$ curl -i -d '{"LmR": 200}' -X POST http://10.10.10.30/api/set_config_info
HTTP/1.1 200 OK
Content-Type: text/plane
Content-Length: 8
Connection: close

Received%

This results in the LmR parameter successfully set to 200:

$ curl -X POST http://10.10.10.30/api/get_config_info
{
[...]
  "LmR": 200,
[...]
}

The firmware however imposes it's own limits on the parameter values. For example, when a request is sent attempting to change the LmR parameter to 300:

$ curl -i -d '{"LmR": 300}' -X POST http://10.10.10.30/api/set_config_info
HTTP/1.1 200 OK
Content-Type: text/plane
Content-Length: 8
Connection: close

Received%

This results in a success response but the new LmR parameter value received when the configuration is read does not reflect the initially requested value 300, instead the parameter value seems to be reset to a "firmware-default" which is 90 in this case:

$ curl -X POST http://10.10.10.30/api/get_config_info
{
[...]
  "LmR": 90,
[...]
}

4.2.3 Charger reset

The Megacell Monitor UI contains a button labeled as "Reboot Chargers" which sends the following request:

$ curl -i -d '{ "secret": 20200104}' -X POST http://10.10.10.30/api/reset_charger
HTTP/1.1 200 OK
Content-Type: text/plane
Content-Length: 6
Connection: close

failed

Even though the response indicates a failure the charger does reboot, this can be noticed on the LCD as well as when observing the debug log.

4.2.4 Get current cell information

An API request used to fetch the current state for each of the 16 charger slots is used to update the charger view in the Megacell Monitor UI. The request is as follows:

$ curl -i -d '{"settings": [{"charger_id": 1}]}' -X POST http://10.10.10.30/api/get_cells_info
HTTP/1.1 200 OK
Content-Type: text/json
Access-Control-Allow-Origin: null
Access-Control-Allow-Credentials: true
Access-Control-Max-Age: 1800
Access-Control-Allow-Headers: content-type
Access-Control-Allow-Methods: PUT, POST, GET, DELETE, PATCH, OPTIONS
Content-Length: 5334
Connection: close

{
  "cells": [
    {
      "CiD": 0,
      "voltage": 0,
      "amps": 0,
      "capacity": 0,
      "chargeCapacity": 0,
      "status": "Not Inserted",
      "esr": 0,
      "action_length": 0,
      "DiC": 1,
      "complete_cycles": 0,
      "temperature": 20,
      "ChC": false,
      "State": "Low voltage cell"
    },
    {
      "CiD": 1,
      "voltage": 0,
      "amps": 0,
      "capacity": 0,
      "chargeCapacity": 0,
      "status": "Not Inserted",
      "esr": 0,
      "action_length": 0,
      "DiC": 1,
      "complete_cycles": 0,
      "temperature": 20.32258,
      "ChC": false,
      "State": "Low voltage cell"
    },
    {
      "CiD": 2,
      "voltage": 0,
      "amps": 0,
      "capacity": 0,
      "chargeCapacity": 0,
      "status": "Not Inserted",
      "esr": 0,
      "action_length": 0,
      "DiC": 1,
      "complete_cycles": 0,
      "temperature": 20,
      "ChC": false,
      "State": "Low voltage cell"
    },
    {
      "CiD": 3,
      "voltage": 0,
      "amps": 0,
      "capacity": 0,
      "chargeCapacity": 0,
      "status": "Not Inserted",
      "esr": 0,
      "action_length": 0,
      "DiC": 1,
      "complete_cycles": 0,
      "temperature": 20.32258,
      "ChC": false,
      "State": "Low voltage cell"
    },
    {
      "CiD": 4,
      "voltage": 0,
      "amps": 0,
      "capacity": 0,
      "chargeCapacity": 0,
      "status": "Not Inserted",
      "esr": 0,
      "action_length": 0,
      "DiC": 1,
      "complete_cycles": 0,
      "temperature": 20,
      "ChC": false,
      "State": "Low voltage cell"
    },
    {
      "CiD": 5,
      "voltage": 0,
      "amps": 0,
      "capacity": 0,
      "chargeCapacity": 0,
      "status": "Not Inserted",
      "esr": 0,
      "action_length": 0,
      "DiC": 1,
      "complete_cycles": 0,
      "temperature": 21.93548,
      "ChC": false,
      "State": "Low voltage cell"
    },
    {
      "CiD": 6,
      "voltage": 0,
      "amps": 0,
      "capacity": 0,
      "chargeCapacity": 0,
      "status": "Not Inserted",
      "esr": 0,
      "action_length": 0,
      "DiC": 1,
      "complete_cycles": 0,
      "temperature": 22.58064,
      "ChC": false,
      "State": "Low voltage cell"
    },
    {
      "CiD": 7,
      "voltage": 0,
      "amps": 0,
      "capacity": 0,
      "chargeCapacity": 0,
      "status": "Not Inserted",
      "esr": 0,
      "action_length": 0,
      "DiC": 1,
      "complete_cycles": 0,
      "temperature": 23.87097,
      "ChC": false,
      "State": "Low voltage cell"
    },
    {
      "CiD": 8,
      "voltage": 0,
      "amps": 0,
      "capacity": 0,
      "chargeCapacity": 0,
      "status": "Not Inserted",
      "esr": 0,
      "action_length": 0,
      "DiC": 1,
      "complete_cycles": 0,
      "temperature": 23.54839,
      "ChC": false,
      "State": "Low voltage cell"
    },
    {
      "CiD": 9,
      "voltage": 0,
      "amps": 0,
      "capacity": 0,
      "chargeCapacity": 0,
      "status": "Not Inserted",
      "esr": 0,
      "action_length": 0,
      "DiC": 1,
      "complete_cycles": 0,
      "temperature": 21.93548,
      "ChC": false,
      "State": "Low voltage cell"
    },
    {
      "CiD": 10,
      "voltage": 0,
      "amps": 0,
      "capacity": 0,
      "chargeCapacity": 0,
      "status": "Not Inserted",
      "esr": 0,
      "action_length": 0,
      "DiC": 1,
      "complete_cycles": 0,
      "temperature": 21.29032,
      "ChC": false,
      "State": "Low voltage cell"
    },
    {
      "CiD": 11,
      "voltage": 0,
      "amps": 0,
      "capacity": 0,
      "chargeCapacity": 0,
      "status": "Not Inserted",
      "esr": 0,
      "action_length": 0,
      "DiC": 1,
      "complete_cycles": 0,
      "temperature": 19.35484,
      "ChC": false,
      "State": "Low voltage cell"
    },
    {
      "CiD": 12,
      "voltage": 0,
      "amps": 0,
      "capacity": 0,
      "chargeCapacity": 0,
      "status": "Not Inserted",
      "esr": 0,
      "action_length": 0,
      "DiC": 1,
      "complete_cycles": 0,
      "temperature": 20.32258,
      "ChC": false,
      "State": "Low voltage cell"
    },
    {
      "CiD": 13,
      "voltage": 0,
      "amps": 0,
      "capacity": 0,
      "chargeCapacity": 0,
      "status": "Not Inserted",
      "esr": 0,
      "action_length": 0,
      "DiC": 1,
      "complete_cycles": 0,
      "temperature": 20.64516,
      "ChC": false,
      "State": "Low voltage cell"
    },
    {
      "CiD": 14,
      "voltage": 0,
      "amps": 0,
      "capacity": 0,
      "chargeCapacity": 0,
      "status": "Not Inserted",
      "esr": 0,
      "action_length": 0,
      "DiC": 1,
      "complete_cycles": 0,
      "temperature": 20,
      "ChC": false,
      "State": "Low voltage cell"
    },
    {
      "CiD": 15,
      "voltage": 0,
      "amps": 0,
      "capacity": 0,
      "chargeCapacity": 0,
      "status": "Not Inserted",
      "esr": 0,
      "action_length": 0,
      "DiC": 1,
      "complete_cycles": 0,
      "temperature": 21.29032,
      "ChC": false,
      "State": "Low voltage cell"
    }
  ]
}

The request parameters are always identical and are likely a future extension point where a single API endpoint will be able to handle multiple chargers each having their own slots. For each slot the following JSON content is returned:

    {
      "CiD": 8,
      "voltage": 0,
      "amps": 0,
      "capacity": 0,
      "chargeCapacity": 0,
      "status": "Not Inserted",
      "esr": 0,
      "action_length": 0,
      "DiC": 1,
      "complete_cycles": 0,
      "temperature": 23.54839,
      "ChC": false,
      "State": "Low voltage cell"
    }

Educated guesses and observation have lead to the following table explaining the meaning of the above fields:

Parameter code Description Unit Valid values Notes
CiD Cell slot identifier N/A slot C1 - 0  
      slot C2 - 1  
       
      slot C16 - 15  
voltage Cell voltage V    
amps Cell current mA   Positive when charging, negative when discharging
capacity Discharge capacity mAh   Capacity measured during discharge
chargeCapactity Charge capacity mAh   Capacity measured during charge
status     - "Not Inserted" when no cell in slot This is the string displayed on the LCD
      - "New cell inserted" after inserting a cell  
         
      - "LVC start charging"  
      - "LVC Charging"  
      - "LVC Charged  
      - "Cell rest 5 Min"  
      - "LVC Completed"  
         
      - "Started Charging"  
      - "Stopped Charging"  
      - "Hot Charged"  
         
      - "Started Discharging"  
      - "Discharged"  
      - "Hot Discharged"  
         
      - "Initiating mCap" when capacity test is requested in UI  
      - "mCap Started Charging"  
      - "Wait For ESR Test"  
      - "mCap Started Discharging"  
      - "mCap Store Charging"  
      - "Store Charged"  
         
      - "Bad Cell" - 'State' describes what was the failure  
         
      - "Overdischarge halt"  
esr Cell internal resistance Ω    
action_length Time elapsed since action was started seconds    
DiC number of disch. cycles      
complete_cycles number of completed disch. cycles      
temperature Cell temperature °C    
ChC Chip controlled charging boolean    
         
State Second component of cell state   - "Low voltage cell" when cell voltage is below the minimum for charging Mostly related to failure conditions
         
      - "High ESR Error" when ESR during mCap was higher than maximum  
      - "HOT charged" and "HOT discharged" when temperature was exceeded during mCap  
      - "Low capacity Error" when capacity during mCap was less than minimum  
      - "High volt drop Error" when voltage drops more than the maximum during low voltage recovery  
      - "Charge time exceeded" when maximum charging time during mCap is exceeded  
         
      - "Healthy" when cell voltage is OK  
      - "LVC recovery failed" when LVC has failed to recover the cell  
      - "!!!Emergency stop!!!"  

4.2.5 Performing actions by the charger

Performing actions by the charger on particular cells (for example a charge/discharge cycle or LVC) is accomplished by "setting the cell state" using the following request. In the example below slots 0 and 1 are requested to perform LVC:

$ curl -i -d '{"cells": [{"CiD": 0, "CmD": "alr"},{"CiD": 1, "CmD": "alr"}]}' -X POST http://10.10.10.30/api/set_cell
HTTP/1.1 200 OK
Content-Type: text/plane
Content-Length: 8
Connection: close

Received%

The values of the CmD field correspond to different actions that can be sent to the charger, the following codes have been documented based on what is available in the "New cell insert actions" in Megacell Monitor UI:

Action code Action name in Megacell Monitor UI Description Log message
alr Start LVC recovery   (Informational) - CellID: 0 - handle_set_cell_state: start lvc recovery
ach Start charging   (Notice) - CellID: 0 - handle_set_cell_state: Start Charging
sc Stop charging   (Informational) - CellID: 0 - handle_set_cell_state: Stop Charging
adc Start discharging   (Informational) - CellID: 0 - handle_set_cell_state: Start Discharging
odc Stop discharging   (Informational) - CellID: 0 - handle_set_cell_state: Stop Discharging
act Start capacity test mCap on charger LCD (Informational) - CellID: 0 - handle_set_cell_state: Start cap test
omc Stop capacity test mCap on charger LCD (Informational) - CellID: 0 - handle_set_cell_state: Stop cap test
asc Not available in the Megacell Monitor UI StartStoreCharge  
osc Not available in the Megacell Monitor UI StopStoreChrage  
dsp Not available in the Megacell Monitor UI DisposeStart  
dps Not available in the Megacell Monitor UI DisposeStop  
       
"" (empty string) Stop operation    

4.2.6 Changing the log level

The charger exposes a log on port 8888 (described in detail in the next section). An API request can be used to adjust the log level of messages which are sent to the log. The request is the following:

$ curl -i -d '{"debug_level": "Debug"}' -X POST http://10.10.10.30/api/set_log_level
HTTP/1.1 200 OK
Content-Type: text/plane
Content-Length: 5
Connection: close

Debug%

The debug levels possible correspond to classical UNIX syslog levels (see the 'man 3 syslog' command):

  • Emergency
  • Alert
  • Critical
  • Error
  • Warning
  • Notice
  • Informational
  • Debug

4.3 The debug log

The charger firmware provides the possibility to receive a debug log by connecting to the port 8888 of the IP address assigned to the charger. An example dump of messages received when no cells are inserted:

╰─± nc -v 10.10.10.30 8888
Connection to 10.10.10.30 port 8888 [tcp/ddi-tcp-1] succeeded!
000 00:30:01.682 - (Debug) - No data in log buffer at: 0
000 00:30:01.684 - (Debug) - Adding string to position: 0:No cells
000 00:30:01.686 - (Debug) - Display nRow: 0
000 00:30:01.687 - (Debug) - Display X: 0
000 00:30:01.689 - (Debug) - Display Y: 0
000 00:30:01.789 - (Debug) - Display output string: No cells
000 00:30:01.803 - (Debug) - Log buffer has data at: 0
000 00:30:01.805 - (Debug) - No data in log buffer at: 1
000 00:30:01.806 - (Debug) - Adding string to position: 1:inserted
000 00:30:01.808 - (Debug) - Display nRow: 0
000 00:30:01.809 - (Debug) - Display X: 0
000 00:30:01.814 - (Debug) - Display Y: 0
000 00:30:01.816 - (Debug) - Display output string: No cells
000 00:30:01.821 - (Debug) - Display nRow: 1
000 00:30:01.824 - (Debug) - Display X: 0
000 00:30:01.827 - (Debug) - Display Y: 17
000 00:30:01.830 - (Debug) - Display output string: inserted
000 00:30:01.836 - (Debug) - Log buffer has data at: 0
000 00:30:01.838 - (Debug) - Log buffer has data at: 1
000 00:30:01.839 - (Debug) - No data in log buffer at: 2
000 00:30:01.841 - (Debug) - Adding string to position: 2:000 00:30:01.836
000 00:30:01.845 - (Debug) - Display nRow: 0
000 00:30:01.852 - (Debug) - Display X: 0
000 00:30:01.853 - (Debug) - Display Y: 0
000 00:30:01.856 - (Debug) - Display output string: No cells
000 00:30:01.869 - (Debug) - Display nRow: 1
000 00:30:01.871 - (Debug) - Display X: 0
000 00:30:01.872 - (Debug) - Display Y: 17
000 00:30:01.875 - (Debug) - Display output string: inserted
000 00:30:01.882 - (Debug) - Display nRow: 2
000 00:30:01.886 - (Debug) - Display X: 0
000 00:30:01.891 - (Debug) - Display Y: 34
000 00:30:01.893 - (Debug) - Display output string: 000 00:30:01.836

As the debug log contains a lot of repeating messages from the LCD display routines it's useful to filter those out:

nc -v 10.10.10.30 8888 | grep -v -F -e '(Debug) - Display' -e '(Debug) - Adding string to position' -e '(Debug) - Log buffer has data' -e '(Debug) - No data in log buffer'
Connection to 10.10.10.30 port 8888 [tcp/ddi-tcp-1] succeeded!
000 00:02:23.383 - (Debug) - Received request to send cell details.
000 00:02:23.559 - (Notice) - Loop delay: 166.00 ms (Uptime: 000 00:02:23.560 )
000 00:02:23.562 - (Notice) - FREEHeap: 16648 DIFF: -3240 Fragmentation: 2

The log messages received when a new cell is inserted:

000 00:03:59.963 - (Notice) - CiD: 0 - Cell voltage: 1.26 - cell_amps: 0.00 - full_charge_threshold:  - Cell status: Not Inserted - cell_watchdog: New cell inserted Detected..
000 00:03:59.964 - (Warning) - ClearCellData: 0
000 00:03:59.966 - (Warning) - ClearCellData: 0
000 00:04:00.829 - (Debug) - Update display for cell: 1

The log messages received when LVC is requested for an inserted cell:

000 00:12:30.474 - (Notice) - Received request to change cell state.
000 00:12:30.476 - (Informational) - Deserialization succeeded
000 00:12:30.487 - (Informational) - CellID: 0 - handle_set_cell_state: start lvc recovery
000 00:12:30.489 - (Warning) - ClearCellData: 0
000 00:12:30.998 - (Informational) - LVC: eWorkflow: LVC_Check_cell_voltage
000 00:12:31.000 - (Informational) - LmV: Check details for cell: 0
000 00:12:31.001 - (Informational) - LmV: 0.30
000 00:12:31.002 - (Informational) - Cell voltage: 1.25
000 00:12:31.004 - (Informational) - LVC: Started charging: 0
000 00:12:34.930 - (Notice) - Setting fan speed to: 10%
000 00:12:34.943 - (Notice) - CiD: 1 - Cell voltage: 4.24 - cell_amps: 0.00 - full_charge_threshold:  - Cell status: Not Inserted - cell_watchdog: New cell inserted Detected..
000 00:12:34.945 - (Warning) - ClearCellData: 1
000 00:12:34.946 - (Warning) - ClearCellData: 1
000 00:12:34.947 - (Notice) - Setting fan speed to: 10%
000 00:12:35.094 - (Informational) - LVC: eWorkflow: LVC_Wait_for_readiness
000 00:12:35.114 - (Notice) - CiD: 1 - Cell voltage: 0.00 - cell_amps: 0.00 - full_charge_threshold:  - Cell status: New cell inserted - cell_watchdog: Cell removed from charger...
000 00:12:35.116 - (Warning) - ClearCellData: 1
000 00:12:35.117 - (Warning) - ClearCellData: 1
000 00:12:35.118 - (Notice) - Setting fan speed to: 10%
000 00:12:35.230 - (Debug) - Received request to send cell details.
000 00:12:35.592 - (Informational) - LVC: eWorkflow: LVC_Wait_for_readiness
000 00:12:36.091 - (Informational) - LVC: eWorkflow: LVC_Wait_for_readiness

Log entries received when a capacity test is requested:

000 00:47:24.709 - (Notice) - Received request to change cell state.
000 00:47:24.712 - (Informational) - Deserialization succeeded
000 00:47:24.724 - (Informational) - CellID: 0 - handle_set_cell_state: Start cap test
000 00:47:24.727 - (Warning) - startCapTestMacro - reseting dischargeCapacity
000 00:47:24.729 - (Warning) - startCapTestMacro: clearing chargeCapacity: 0
000 00:47:25.239 - (Notice) - CiD: 0 - ProcessWorkflow: eWorkflow::initiate_mCap
000 00:47:25.242 - (Notice) - ProcessWorkflow: eWorkflow::initiate_mCap -> Started charging
000 00:47:25.244 - (Debug) - CiD: 0 - Voltage read: 3.96 - Max volt: 4.20
000 00:47:25.244 - (Debug) - ProcessWorkflow: eWorkflow::initiate_mCap -> Next step -> eWorkflow::WaitForChargeReadiness_mcap
000 00:47:25.245 - (Warning) - initiate_mCap: clearing chargeCapacity: 0
000 00:47:25.245 - (Warning) - initiate_mCap - reseting dischargeCapacity
000 00:47:25.249 - (Notice) - Setting fan speed to: 10%
000 00:47:29.860 - (Debug) - Update display for cell: 1

Author: Maciej Grela

Created: 2021-11-11 23:24

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