The electricity is also cheaper some parts of the day as well as the night, but there is only one time period you can choose that repeats daily.
A more powerful weekly scheduling feature was added in v.1.2.7 of the app. It lets you define up to 2 charging periods per day. Hope you like it!
Integration with for example Nord Pool hour by hour pricing for automatic charging during the cheapest hours combined with a setting for charge duration and end time would also be nice.
4 hours in between "now" and 06:00
I attach myself to this because I want to do the following in a two-box-on-one.cable-setup: from 10 a.m. to noon I want to charge the PHEV 1p AC on the master box with the maximum the PHEV-Cable can take, like 16 Amps or so (circuit fuse for now is 20 Amps, Cable from house distribution to the easees could handle 32 Amps but Germany's 11kWh promotion limits us to 16 for one year). If the PHEV finishes or from noon (wichever the case) to about 16:00 I want to charge the BEV 3AC with about 10 Amps per Phase (like 3-6 kWh net or so). From 16:00 to 18:00 I want to charge the PHEV again, should the two hours not have sufficed and only if I intend to have 100% charge. That in a scenario "both vehicles present during the day". If one vehicle is "alone", it should be able to suck whoever the hourly or more fine-grained allotment is..
So some kind of "if this then that". So now I figured out I have to change the somewhat buggy in the app "offline max current" (the "online max. current has no effect even if they are perfectly online in the app, when tapping offline current, online current is shown) every time in the 3rd depth level of the menu which is cumbersome. So I do NOT want to couple it exactly to PV yield, but following the relatively well-known course of the sun "as things should be" and on a black day or come a cloud, well then it's from the grid if needed.
Also, what displeases me is that if PHEV starts charging 1AC, there is no way to get the BEV to charge 3AC simultaneously (would be fine to have e.g. 8 AMP for the PHEV and 8 AMP/3 for the BEV simultaneously, so not only fine-time grain schedule for site limiting is needed, also fine-grained limiting per box. So asymmetry would not be soo bad and the BEV not load too inefficiently while running its 200-400 Watts of Electronics...
Workaround: only use one box for the BEV and the PHEV loads via granny brick. Why did I buy two then?
If that is helpful: two Hyundais, a Ioniq PHEV 9kWh and a Kona 64kWh are concerned.