Set command

The set command configures the Power off warnings from the modem. The warning is received as an unsolicited AT indication. A hardware indication event is also sent to the application domain. When the Power off warning is sent, the modem sets itself to Offline mode and sends +CGEV: ME BATTERY LOW.

The application is responsible for detecting possible increase in the battery voltage level and for restarting the LTE protocol activities. This can be detected by issuing the AT%XVBAT query. If the level is acceptable again (>3000 mV), the application can proceed with AT+CFUN=1. For more information, see nRF9160 Product Specification.

Syntax:

AT%XPOFWARN=<state>[,<voltage>]

The set command parameters and their defined values are the following:

<state>
0 – Disable power off warnings
1 – Enable power off warnings
<voltage>
The voltage level when the Power off warning is sent. Mandatory when enabling Power off warnings. Optional when disabling Power off warnings.
30 – 3000 mV
31 – 3100 mV
32 – 3200 mV
33 – 3300 mV

The following command example enables the Power off warning in 3000 mV:

AT%XPOFWARN=1,30
OK