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Charge HQ has features to avoid excessive wear on the charging equipment.
Each time charging is started or stopped some switches (called contactors) in the charger open or close. This is generally audible as a click or clunk sound. Contactors typically have a design life of a certain number of open/close cycles. It is possible that excessive stop/start cycles could lead to premature failure of the contactors.
To help address this, Charge HQ has delays to prevent frequent stop/start cycles when in solar tracking mode. In particular:
Vehicles also have contactors however they don't necessarily open and close each time charging stops and starts, and tend to be more heavy duty.
If you don't want charging to stop and start during the day at all then you can use Solar + Grid mode.