BMW 5 Series Owners & Service Manuals

BMW 5 Series: Introduction, Vehicle conditions

Introduction

The terminal control in the G30 is identical to the terminal control of the G12. In the G30, the vehicle is always in the right condition from the point of view of the customer. The terminals are controlled via a customer-oriented condition management. The terminal control is dependent on the driving conditions.

Vehicle conditions

The G30 vehicle may be in the following conditions:

  • PARKING (asleep)
  • RESIDING (awake)
  • DRIVING (ready)

The different vehicle functions are possible depending on the relevant conditions.

PARKING (asleep)

  • Customer not in the vehicle.
  • Vehicle secured or not used for a certain time.
  • Vehicle functions cannot be operated.

RESIDING (awake)

  • Customer in the vehicle.
  • No driving readiness.
  • Functions that are relevant when the vehicle is stationary can be operated.

DRIVING (ready)

  • Customer in the vehicle.
  • Driving readiness established.
  • All functions are available.

The driving conditions are changed by condition management, taking into account the customer behavior. Additional information is also evaluated that may help to determine the vehicle condition, e.g.:

  • Door opening
  • Door closing
  • Operations in the vehicle

The following diagram shows the changes between the vehicle conditions.

Vehicle conditions
Vehicle conditions

  1. Vehicle condition PARKING (asleep)
  2. Transitional condition with stationary functions
  3. Vehicle condition RESIDING (awake)
  4. Transitional condition for establishing driving readiness or ending driving readiness or Testing/Analysis/Diagnosis (PAD)
  5. Vehicle condition DRIVING (ready)
  1. Unlock vehicle
  2. Operation of start/stop button + brake pedal
  3. Press START/STOP button
  4. Locks vehicle
  5. No activity of a vehicle user detected for 10 minutes
  6. Extended press

Detailed overview of vehicle conditions.

Vehicle conditions
Overview of vehicle conditions

  1. Vehicle condition DRIVING (ready)
  2. Vehicle condition RESIDING (awake)
  3. Vehicle condition PARKING (asleep)
  1. Transitional condition for Establishing/ending driving readiness - Testing/Analysis/Diagnosis (PAD)
  2. Transitional condition with STATIONARY FUNCTIONS
  1. Operation of start/stop button + brake pedal + valid remote control or valid ID transmitter in the vehicle interior
  2. Driving readiness established, terminal 15N (terminal 50)
  3. Operation of start/stop button (three times within 0,8 s) + valid remote control or valid ID transmitter in the vehicle interior
  4. Terminal 15N
  5. Operation of start/stop button + selector lever in Neutral
  6. Undoing driver's seat belt (v < 0.1 km/h, driver's door opened, selector lever not in Neutral, brake not pressed, low beam off, no OBD communication, no diagnosis mode, no assembly mode)
  7. Door contact change (v < 0.1 km/h, driver's seat belt undone, selector lever not in Neutral, brake not pressed, low beam off, no OBD communication, no diagnosis mode, no assembly mode)
  8. Press start/stop button + vehicle is stationary or press start/stop button for at least 1 s + driving speed ≥ 10 km/h (6 mph) or press start/stop button at least three times within 4 s + driving speed ≥ 10 km/h (6 mph)
  9. Press START/STOP button
  10. Terminal 30B
  11. Unlock vehicle
  12. Residing interaction or stationary function interaction
  13. Locks vehicle
  14. No customer interaction for 3 minutes
  15. Extended press of head unit media button
  16. Terminal 30F

Automatic switch-off

Vehicle conditions
Automatic switch-off

Switch off after door opening.

In the menu "Doors/Keys", an immediate change from the vehicle condition RESIDING to the vehicle condition PARKING can be activated.

If this option is activated, then the system will immediately change to the vehicle condition PARKING when the driver's door is opened. The omission of the after-running period in the vehicle condition RESIDING saves energy.

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