The Hindle Health System is composed of four (4) major components:

  • Self-Diagnostics utility running in the background
  • Hindle Health Button
  • Hindle Health LEDs
  • Hindle Health Screens

8.2.1 Self-Diagnostics Utility (runs in background)

ATevo microprocessors continuously run utilities that check hardware component operation including: memory, communications interfaces, parameters, and discrete devices such as relays.
They also test that all input values and measurements are within tolerance of reasonable ranges. Some critical parameters such as dc voltage and dc current are sampled by multiple processors and have redundant qualification requirements. Any errors detected are reported immediately by alarms and/or status updates. The utilities provide possible causes and proposed solutions to resolve issues found.

8.2.2 Hindle Health Button

The Hindle Health Button is on the lower-right corner of the control panel overlay. When pressed, it starts the user-assisted portion of the Hindle Health System. This process will check areas of the battery charger that the continuous self-diagnostics cannot. For example, ATevo cannot test a relay’s performance without forcing it to change state. The user will be guided through the test procedure via the Hindle Health Screens described later in this Section.

8.2.3 Hindle Health LED Indicators

Hindle Health LED Indicators are at the bottom of the front panel overlay.

  • GREEN LED, when lit, indicates ATevo is healthy.
  • RED LED, when lit, indicates ATevo has an issue. Urgency of action required depends upon if it is:
    • Blinking – Immediately replace Main Ctrl Board (A1). There is a critical failure of the microprocessor driving the display and front panel controls. LCD display may be blank, frozen, or displaying corrupted data. Core microprocessor responsible for charging the battery may still be operational.
    • Solid – ATevo requires attention, but the condition is not critical. In most cases, LCD display will operate and be able to report the issue and give instructions on how to resolve it. RED LED is illuminated when ATevo detects any error condition, when any alarm is active, or when the Hindle Health System detects any non-normal operating condition.
Last modified: 26 September 2023

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