When I configure the charger to require authorization for loading, it waits for authorization before it starts charging.
That means I can send API command resume_charging and nothing happens. Only when I send start_charging the charging starts. That's OK up to here.
But now, when I call "stop_charging" the charging goes on! That's not correct. According to API documentation it should stop charging and revoking authorization.
Charging can be paused with pause_charging, but also here the authorization remains.
Do you have at least a work around?
The aim is to keep control over the charger. I don't want that it automatically starts charging after a power loss or on a cloud outage.
Another idea would be to disable/enable the charger. This works for the power loss case. At the last cloud outage I found the charger loading but I am not sure if it was started before by my home automation.
But the question is: Does this wear out the EEPROM?
Yup, this is unfortunately a known issue, that's just not been prioritized yet, sorry about that.