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Delay Timer; Halo Operation - Siemens VersiCharge Installation And Operation Manual

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While in use, the cord can be unwrapped, loop by loop, to allow sufficient
length of cord to be unwound to reach the EV receiver
WARNING! Failure to properly protect the connector and the cord could result in
damaged components, which could prevent the VersiCharge from functioning
properly or create a hazardous situation.

4.5 Delay Timer

The VersiCharge has a built in delay timer to allow users to select the time that
they would like for their EV to charge. The delay timer will prevent the VersiCharge
from entering the 'Charging' state for the selected length of time (2/4/6/8 hours).
From either the 'Charging' state or the 'Ready to Charge' state, press the
'Delay Timer' button
o Pressing the button once, will delay charging to 2 hours
o Pressing the button twice, will delay charging to 4 hours
o Pressing the button three times, will delay charging to 6 hours
o Pressing the button four times, will delay charging to 8 hours
o Pressing the button a fifth time will deactivate the timer and return the
VersiCharge to the 'ready to Charge' state, and if the EV requires a
charge, to the 'Charging' state
Every two hours, the next 'hour Delay' indicator will turn off, so you can tell
how much delay time is remaining by looking at the remaining illuminated
'Hour Delay' indicators
o For example: If only the '2 Hour Delay' indicator is illuminated, the delay
has less than 2 hours remaining
o When the delay timer runs out, the VersiCharge unit will automatically
return to 'ready to Charge' state, and if the EV requires a charge, to the
'Charging' state

4.6 Halo Operation

Halo States
Halo indicator on VersiCharge indicates the status of charging session.
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