From December 6th (Sunday) until now, my car repeats 1-3 minutes of sleep and wake-ups. My settings are 20 minutes to wait for the sleep and status polling allowed during the sleep. Polling Delay is set to 4 minutes.
For example, this is from this morning's raw data:
|04/01/2021 6:39:44 AM||online||79248.898||53||264.69||Disconnected||0||0||0||13632||Scheduled Sleep Mode Active|
|04/01/2021 6:39:15 AM||online||79248.898||53||264.69||Disconnected||0||0||5626||13632||Sleeping->Idling|
|04/01/2021 6:38:11 AM||asleep||0||0||0||0||5626||0||Polling Delay 5|
|04/01/2021 6:37:15 AM||asleep||0||0||0||0||5626||0||Polling Delay 4|
|04/01/2021 6:36:14 AM||asleep||0||0||0||0||5626||0||Polling Delay 3|
|04/01/2021 6:35:15 AM||asleep||0||0||0||0||5626||0||Polling Delay 2|
|04/01/2021 6:34:13 AM||asleep||0||0||0||0||5626||0||Polling Delay 1|
|04/01/2021 6:32:43 AM||asleep||0||0||0||0||5626||13631||Idling->Sleeping|
So the car went to sleep successfully, and TeslaFi reports Polling Delay N after that for 4-5 minutes. Is it working as designed? I thought Polling Delay is applied once the car wakes up from sleep. In the current log, at 6:39 am, polling resumed because data is coming from the API.
Before 12/6, my car was sleeping without a polling delay set. Now, something has changed, and it never sleeps for hours. The last firmware updates were 2020.48.10 on 12/10 and 2020.48.12.1 on 12/26. After that, my car didn't receive any firmware updates (MCU1, AP2.0, RHD, Japan). I had the Tegra board replaced due to MCU1 blackout in March.
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