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  1. What I really want to know is if one can manage this "69 warning" on the Kodak VMiii and the Pylontech batteries, with the ICC program on the Raspberry Pi? Because I think that would be the easiest and safest. The Raspberry with the ICC software is really magnificent in managing my 2 old Axpert 5Kva inverters.
  2. Hi Coulomb, Thanks for the feedback. I remember you asked for the firmware version(s) on my friends inverter. But I'm not sure about what I supplied you with, because the numbers above doesn't match even close what you are talking in your message (version 41.08 and 91.20). Or am I reading it wrongly
  3. hi Coulomb, This is from a previous post of mine regarding this problem: Hi Coulomb, I managed to get you the firmware versions. I took shots of it. The secondary CPU version is : 00002.40 and the Main CPU version is: 00041.14 and the Secondary Bluetooth version is: 00000.24 I included some photos of the screen (at this post:
  4. My friend experiencing this problem since his system (Kodak VMIII and 2 Pylon's US3000) was installed about 4 mnths ago, and it is very frustrating. I enquired regarding this issue before and have just searched the forum, but it doesn't look like their is a final solution yet. Or am I wrong? Will the application of a Raspberry Pi and ICC be the answer to manage the system and prevent this annoying problem?
  5. I'm busy planning the installation of my PV panels. Can I feed the 4 strings of PV cable through the same hole in the kitchen wall, which currently housing 3x AC cables (garage db, gate motor and to heat pump). I'm planning to route the 4 DC strings through a 40mm PVC tube to keep them separate from the AC cables. But is that enough isolation and acceptable? Your advice will be very helpfull, I don't want to spend a lot of energy to create another hole. Thanks!
  6. Not grid-tied. Well the installation was just completed and an additional Pylontech US3000 was added, so maybe it is the charging of the batteries - can that be the case? This measurement is from what can be seen on the inverter at a specific moment - not a kWh reading.
  7. It's the Kodak VMiii Axpert 48v 450v MPPT. Panels are 6 is serie, 2 strings.
  8. How many watts should 12x 370W MONO panels with full sun, at 12:00 more or less deliver? I'm getting only 500w, that surely can't be correct?
  9. Does any members have experience/knowledge of the following BSL batteries. And about the statements made in the images regarding Pylontech batteries
  10. Hi Richard, If I can buy another Pylontech US3000 for what I can get for the inverter plus the Enermax+ smart meter and 2x home managers, I'll be happy. You can contact me directly at [email protected] I noticed the Pylontech's is now R19 000 at Solar & Inverter Warehouse.
  11. I need information on how to change/(add-on) a Sunnyboy 3kW grid-tied inverter into an off-grid inverter. Or shall I just swop it for an off-grid inverter (if anybody is interested). I also have the smart meter (Enermax+) that's currently installed with it.
  12. Ok thanks Gerrie, going to try it Hi Gerrie, I changed it but didn't change back to Pyl. We left it on user (2 days ago) just to see how the inverter and pylon behave. So far it's going perfect, the inverter behave itself (not trying to charge continuously) and the battery displays 52.9 - 53.1V.
  13. Hi Coulomb, I managed to get you the firmware versions. I took shots of it. The secondary CPU version is : 00002.40 and the Main CPU version is: 00041.14 and the Secondary Bluetooth version is: 00000.24
  14. Hi Coulomb, I will see my friend in the near future again (maybe next week end), then I will check on the firmware for you. Sorry I'm not so familiar with all the techno language yet and how to get it. The Kodak VM III is completely new to me.
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