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Having solved initial problems I am now not receiving data from the Inverters to ICC. ICC starts and runs fine but shows no data error in several fields. It is not receiving data.

I am changing over from the Windows AICC, which is still running fine, but I pefer to be running a supported application looking ahead. Basically, I unplugged the USB from the Windows machine running AICC and plugged it into the Raspberry running ICC but am getting this error. I can only think it is because of the cables used? What cabling connections are supported by ICC?

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5 minutes ago, Manie said:

ICC only use USB. No serial to USB. If your inverter does not have usb it will not work

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Ahhhg! OK, yes I have a serial cable from the inverter with a serial to USB adaptor. But the case is that one of my inverters is newer and has a USB output port. When you have a cluster of inverters, does it matter which one you connect to ICC or does it have to be the "master"? If it doesn't matter I can connect a USB to USB to ICC from the newer inverter.

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4 minutes ago, Manie said:

It should work i think

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OK - I'll try it. The fact is that with this cluster the inverters do change roles from time to time (don't ask me why). I have noticed that very occassionallly the two inverters in the cluster swap between "master" and "slave" status.

This being the case, it could be important for the coding in ICC if many users will be running clusters because if the inverter with the "master" role changes and ICC can only receive data if it is connected to the inverter with the "master" role, it is going to cause problems.

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3 hours ago, incagarcilaso said:

This being the case, it could be important for the coding in ICC if many users will be running clusters because if the inverter with the "master" role changes and ICC can only receive data if it is connected to the inverter with the "master" role, it is going to cause problems.

You can plug in any of the cluster invertes into the Pi, master or slave, it does not matter, it reads the info. Changing between master and slave also has no impact. 

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Just now, Don said:

You can plug in any of the cluster invertes into the Pi, master or slave, it does not matter, it reads the info. Changing between master and slave also has no impact. 

Oh, that's great to know - I'll set it up this afternoon then. I have been very happy with AICC on Windows but with no support for it, it will eventually become problematic and stop working with updates to Windows, so I want to get the supported ICC up and running. 

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