Thanks, I’ve just taken a look.
I think I can see the issue, solar PV divert worked correctly between 14:14 - 15:50 when eco mode was enabled
ev_divertmode_status=2, then at 15:50 eco mode was disabled
ev_divertmode_status=1, as expected when eco mode is disabled the EVSE then charges at maximum power.
The question is why did eco mode get disabled? Assuming you didnt do this via the UI, maybe you something which may have disabled eco mode via MQTT? Eco mode can be changed via MQTT by posting:
1 = Normal or
2 = Eco
or via HTTP by doing a HTTP POST to
Have you ever setup have any scripts or triggers which may be switching off eco-mode via either of the methods above? I’ve not heard of this happening before, EcoMode is now persistent between charging sessions and certainly not disable during a charging session.