Time-controlled charging and discharging processes can be parameterised in the “Time-controlled charging and discharging” dialogue.
With time-controlled charging, the battery system attempts to charge the battery to the specified SOC target value in the defined time periods C1 to C3. The maximum defined charging power is used. Up to three time periods can be defined. These must not overlap.
Time-controlled discharging, on the other hand, attempts to discharge the battery to the specified SOC target value during the defined time periods D1 to D3, also taking into account the defined discharge power. Here too, up to three time periods can be defined.
With time-controlled discharging, the discharged power can be fed into the grid. This would otherwise not be possible.