|Flashes blue, amber and red||Flashes blue, amber and red||Initiation||Self-test.||Wait until the self-test is completed.|
|Illuminates in blue||Extinguished||Standby||The charging cable is not connected to the car.||Connect the charging cable to the car's charging input socket.|
|Flashes blue||Extinguished||Standby||Charging is possible but is not activated by the electronics in the car.||Wait until charging starts.|
|Flashes blue||Flashes blue||Charging in progress.|
- The car's electronics have started charging.
- Charging in progress.
|Wait until the battery is fully charged.|
|Extinguished||Flashes amber||Charging in progress.||Temperature monitoring has detected an increased temperature. Charging continues with reduced power level.||Restart charging. If the problem persists - consult a qualified professional.|
|Extinguished||Illuminates in amber||Charging is not possible.||Temperature monitoring has triggered for the 230 V socket. ||Restart charging. If the problem persists - consult a qualified professional.|
|Extinguished||Flashes red||Charging is not possible.||The ground fault breaker on the charging cable has triggered.|
- Unplug the charging cable from the 230 V socket.
- The ground fault breaker is reset after 10 seconds and the unit restarts.
- Plug the charging cable into the 230 V socket.
- If the problem persists - consult a qualified professional.
|Flashes red||Illuminates in red||Charging is not possible.||Charging cable connected to ungrounded 230 V socket.||Plug the charging cable into a grounded 230 V socket. If the problem persists - consult a qualified professional.|
|Flashes red||Flashes red||Charging is not possible.||Internal fault. The charging cable is damaged and must be repaired.||Contact a qualified professional.|