From now on you will find a new filter in be.ENERGISED under Infrastructure/ Charging processes/ Process list in the filter area.
With the "Backdated transaction stop" filter, you have the possibility to filter for charging processes that have an incorrect end date.
More precisely, in such cases, the end date lies further back than the start date. This is a hardware error that occurs when the charging station sends the Unix timestamp "0" as the end date to be.ENERGISED. The Unix time counts the past seconds since 01.01.1970 00:00 (UTC), accordingly be.ENERGISED shows 01.01.1970 as end date.
With this filter, it will be easier for you to search for such charging events in the future. In the plausibility monitor, you can mark such charging processes as "INVALID". To do so, you have to set the item "INCORRECT TIME INFORMATION" to YES.
You can find more information about the plausibility monitor here.
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