The NationalCalibrationLawConformity field is a new field in the OICP 2.3 protocol. This field indicates if the EVSEID is able to provide data that conforms to the calibration legislation of the country where the EVSEID is located.
What do I need to consider?
As CPO, what is the process for sending this new field to the HBS?
This feature is only available for CPOs who are using OICP 2.3. The CPO can add the field NationalCalibrationLawConformity in the EvseDataRecordType with the following properties:
This field is a Boolean, meaning it only accepts “true” or “false” as its value.
The NationalCalibrationLawConformity is an optional field.
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This field indicates if the EVSEID provides metering information that complies with the national calibration law regulation of the country in which the EVSEID is located.
Note: If the value is false, the field CalibrationLawDataAvailability value must be “Not Available”
As EMP, what is the process to receive this new field from the HBS?
This feature is only available for EMPs who are using OICP 2.3 and have activated the National Calibration Law service from their account in the HBS portal (click here to learn how). Once this service is active, the field NationalCalibrationLawConformity will be present in the PullEVSEDataRecordType at the moment of doing and PullEVSEData:
This field is a Boolean, meaning that it only accepts “true” or “false” as its value.
Important for the EMP: This field is optional. In case the CPO does not provide this information, the EMP will not receive any value from it.