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ve.can:pgn_details [2017-09-18 15:24]
mvader [NMEA2000 PGN definitions]
ve.can:pgn_details [2019-01-22 10:43] (current)
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 ==== VE.Bus to VE.Can\NMEA 2000 interface ==== ==== VE.Bus to VE.Can\NMEA 2000 interface ====
-^ Signal ​                        ^ Meaning ^ +See the manual ​of the VE.Direct ​to VE.Can interface: https://www.victronenergy.com/​accessories/​ve-bus-to-nmea2000-interface
-| Bank Instance ​                  | Instance of the message, default value 0 | +
-| Status ​ 1 … 4                   | Not used, report as “Unavailable” | +
-| Status ​ 5 - Low battery warning | "​On"​ - There is a low battery voltage warning | +
-| Status ​ 6 – Low battery alarm   | “On” – There is a low battery voltage alarm | +
-| Status ​ 7 – Temperature warning | “On” – There is a temperature warning | +
-| Status ​ 8 – Temeprature alarm   | “On” – There is a temperature alarm | +
-| Status ​ 9 – Overload warning ​   | “On” – There is an overload warning | +
-| Status 10 – Overload alarm      | “On” – There is an overload alarm | +
-| Status 11 – Ripple warning* ​    | “On” – There is a ripple warning | +
-| Status 12 – Ripple alarm* ​      | “On” – There is a ripple alarm | +
-| Status 13 … 28                  | Not used, report as “Unavailable” | +
-* Since v0.11 +
- +
-The LED state of the multi can be used to easily imitate the front of the multi itselfThis is only for graphical purposes. Do not interpret the LED status ​to get the state of the device, since LED behaviour might be subject to change and combinations of LEDs have different meaningsUse the state fields themselves for these purposes. This is for GUI user interfaces only. +
-^ Signal ​        ^ Meaning ^ +
-| Bank Instance ​ | Instance of the message, default value 1 | +
-| Status 1       | Led Mains On | +
-| Status 2       | Led Mains Blink | +
-| Status 3       | Led Absorption On | +
-| Status 4       | Led Absorption Blink | +
-| Status 5       | Led Bulk On | +
-| Status 6       | Led Bulk Blink | +
-| Status 7       | Led Float On | +
-| Status 8       | Led Float Blink | +
-| Status 9       | Led Inverter On | +
-| Status 10      | Led Inverter Blink | +
-| Status 11      | Led Overload ​ On | +
-| Status 12      | Led Overload Blink | +
-| Status 13      | Led Low Battery On | +
-| Status 14      | Led Low Battery Blink | +
-| Status 15      | Led Temperature On | +
-| Status 16      | Led Temperature Blink | +
-| Status 17 … 28 | Not used, report as “Unavailable” | +
- +
-The state of an individual led can be extracted from the combined. +
-^ Blink ^ On ^ Nibble ^ Meaning ^  +
-| Off   | Off   | 0x0000 | The LED is off | +
-| Off   | On    | 0x0001 | The LED is on | +
-| On    | Off   | 0x0100 | The LED is blinking | +
-| On    | On    | 0x0101 | The LED is blinking in opposite sense as normal blinking.\\ When LEDs of state 0x0100 are off LED in this state are on and vice versa |  +
-| Unavailable | Unavailable | other | Led state is not available | +
-| Reserved ​   | Reserved ​   | :::   | ::: | +
  
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