V60 Twin Engine

2020 Early

Charging the hybrid battery

Charging status in the charging cable's control unit

Updated 1/21/2020

Charging status in the charging cable's control unit

Different indicators on the charging cable's control unit show the status of ongoing charging as well as status after completed charging.

Control unit with only indicators

P5-1817-Hybrid-Control module hybrid cable (EU+CH)

Control unit LEDLED (Light Emitting Diode) lamps.

LED lamp 1
LED lamp 2

LED 1

LED 2

Status

Specification

Recommended action

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.

  1. Unplug the charging cable from the 230 V socket.
  2. The ground fault breaker is reset after 10 seconds and the unit restarts.
  3. Plug the charging cable into the 230 V socket.
  4. 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.

Control unit with both indicators and controls

P5-1519-XC90 Hybrid-Control module hybrid cable

Control unit indicators and controls.

Control unit indicators

Status

Specification

Recommended action

The indicator for charging current (1) is extinguished. The car symbol (4) illuminates with a constant green glow.

Standby

  • The charging cable is connected to the car.
  • Charging is possible but has not yet been activated by the electronics in the car.

Wait until the battery is fully charged.

Existing charge current is shown by a green indicator (1). The car symbol (4) illuminates with a constant green glow.

Charging in progress.

  • The car's electronics have started charging.
  • Charging in progress.

Wait until the battery is fully charged.

The indicator for charging current (1) is extinguished. The car symbol (4) flashes red.

Charging is not possible.

  • There is a communication error between the control unit and the car.
  • The ventilation for the car's electronics is not adequate, not activated or defective.
  1. Check all connections or use another 230 V socket (alternating current).
  2. Restart the battery charging.

The car symbol (4) illuminates with a constant red glow.

Charging is not possible.

  • The ground fault breaker on the charging cable has triggered.
  1. Unplug the charging cable from the 230 V socket.
  2. The ground fault breaker is reset and the unit restarts.
  3. If the problem persists - consult a qualified professional.

The indicator for charging current (1) and the house symbol (2) flash red.

Charging is not possible.

Temperature monitoring has triggered for the 230 V socket.

Restart charging. If the problem persists - consult a qualified professional.


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