Performing a firmware update
Throughout their product life cycle, smart-me products are constantly undergoing improvements and functional enhancements. These optimisations can be carried out independently by the user.
Note: Firmware updates are primarily to be used when faulty behaviour is detected or a new function wants to be used that the previous firmware does not yet support. Products with rapidly developing functions, such as the Pico charging station, should receive regular updates.
Open firmware update website
Firmware upgrades can be carried out at smart-me Hardware at any time, provided internet access is available.
Log in to the browser via https://web.smart-me.com/login/ with your log-in data.
Open the following link in a new tab as soon as you are logged in: https://www.smart-me.com/connect/deviceoverview.aspx
Performing the firmware Update
Select the unit to update from "Update" or "Update Communication".
Update: Firmware of the unit
Update Communication: Update of the communication module
To perform several updates in parallel, you can open several links in a new tab by right-clicking on the link.
2. Choose "Update Firmware".
Note: It can take up to 5 minutes until the FW update starts. For M-Bus Gateway it is related to the upload interval.
3. Wait until the upgrade is fully done and press"OK".
Note: If the update has started (> 1%), the browser does not have to remain open.
Firmware Release Notes
Show date/time (start time of the charging and the duration) in the charging screen
Show the current used and allowed in the power screen
Do RCD Test every 24h in State A
Use lower baudrate if WiFi Update fails
Fix Bug in Charging Statemachine (Wait in State B1 until we have a PWM before switch on the relais)
Buffer images (reduce reads from flash)
RSSI (signal quality) for wifi and mobile support
Flush to disk (flash) after writing the settings file or the images / firmware updates
Timing changes to power start up after car is ready
(enhanced car type support)
Enhance Pico load shedding for single stations
Show energy consumption at the end of charging
Warnings and errors enhancement on cloud
Bugfix: Loadmanagement dynamic current
Bugfix: CarID detection
same as Telstar 80A
Version 8 (V16 and V17)
- Fix stop "start wifi" after disconnection from AP in special cases
Version 7 (V14 and V15)
- Modbus TCP Timeout (idle clients will be disconnected after 5min)
- Modbus TCP limit max number of clients to 4
- Disable mesh connect when Modbus TCP is enabled
- Connect to mesh network when connection to normal wifi AP fails for 16 times
- Internal Updates for ESP
Version 6 (V12 and V13)
- Modbus TCP heap overflow (on start modbus)
- Deadlock in DNS resolution with wifi without internet connection
Version 5 (V10 and V11)
- Power Event action was factor 10 wrong
Version 4 (V8 and V9)
- Fix Modbus TCP Bug