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  1. Hi, Yes, reading the settings will retrieve the current settings from the inverter and populate the dashboard. You can then make changes if you like and press write settings to push back the changes to the inverter. Some explanation on the different dashboards: System Settings - Provides you with the ability to read and write the live settings from the inverter Default Settings - This stores a set of default settings to the file system on Pi. This was utilized to store my non-loadshedding settings. These settings are automatically pushed to the inverter based on the lo
  2. Mine has been set to indefinite and haven't had any issues. Need to log in and check the database size just for interest sakes. The JSON is attached hereto. Sorry I couldn't help more actively during your setup, work has been crazy for the past 6 months (can't moan during the current economic state). One interesting new Node Red feature I have seen recently is a Whatsapp integration. This could be quite useful to set up a couple of warning flows and have the system send you a Whatapp message should they be triggered. SunSynk-1617804388751.json
  3. That is correct, I use the Loadshedding flows to alter the inverter settings to be more conservative during loadshedding periods. The settings are stored to the local file system on your operating system. This however needs to be enabled in the Node Red configurations. My slowdown was resolved by upgrading to a Raspberry Pi 4 with a M.2 drive. This is a bit of overkill, but I know that my data is safe.
  4. Hi Scoobs, Well done, below is my current Grafana Dashboard to give you some ideas.
  5. Have you tried changing the Unit-ID under the Flex-Getter? Unfortuantely I only have a single unit, can't test out the parralel functionality
  6. You shouldn't be working on a live inverter. The inverter should be fed by a double pole circuit breaker (fed directly from the mains) sized in accordance with the cable used and the inverter limits.
  7. The inverter shouldn't be fed by an EL. The EL should be downstream of the Inverter
  8. Post reserved for InlfuxDB + Grafana setup
  9. Post reserved for Home Assistant integration
  10. Post reserved for Node Red setup
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  12. Good day All, Over the past couple of months I have received numerous requests to share my NodeRed flows used for monitoring the status of the SunSynk inverter. My initial idea was to package all of the flows into an easy to use package and user interface, however my work loads have not provided me the luxury of time to play around and make it a fool proof system. Please note that the use of these flows are at your own discretion with no liability to either myself, this site nor any members of this site. Do not attempt implement these flows if you are unfamiliar with the working o
  13. Another solution would be to optimize your loads to utilize the additional solar. For instance try put your geysers on timers and have them heat up during the day.
  14. You will only receive data once you have polled the modbus address.
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