Let's take an example of a Dynamic Strategy regulating an Electric Vehicle Charging station. We have a goal to prevent fuse blow. EV Charging station uses a lot of energy, and somebody in the house turns on one additional electric device, which will consume enough energy to hit our limit of 25A per phase.
This means Reduxi with Dynamic Strategy will down-regulate or shut down the EV Charging station, depending on how much energy we need to decrease to remain within our defined goal's safe range.
Then the user in the house turns off an additional device consuming much energy. Reduxi with Dynamic Strategy will up-regulate or start the EV Charging station again.
If this switching on/off devices often happens in a short time, energy consumption will swing up and down. That's why the parameter