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On 2020/09/04 at 9:09 AM, MrOccO said:

Hi Plaashaas, 

 

I made it myself. very easy. Get a serial cable, chop one end off and connect pins. Found diagram on this site will post link.
 

 

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Is it possible to usb? How? Sorry the ignorance about it.

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On 2020/10/06 at 8:29 AM, Shadders said:

To communicate with the software posted above you will need a RS485 port on your PC or a USB to RS485 converter like this https://www.robotics.org.za/W17286?search=rs485 or https://www.amazon.com/EZSync-RS485-USB-RS485-WE-compatible-EZSync010/dp/B010KJSCR8/ref=sr_1_3?dchild=1&keywords=usb+to+rs485+cable&qid=1601969179&sr=8-3
 

If you are wanting to plug your pylontech into your inverter that's a different story and I'd need details on what inverter you are using to advise what next to do.

I have buyed the usb adapter, however i have tried several types of wiring and still not managed to comunicate the pylon baterys with the programe. I mean i see that there is some sorth of comunication because the programe shows green for batery but it shows 0 pylon on it. Can someone help me? I hav 1 pylontech us3000 and another one us3000c. My inverter is an aspert ax 5000 and this one is comunicating well with the program.

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7 hours ago, Shadders said:

Which type of adapter and which port on the pylontechs are you trying to use?

This adapter:  https://www.robotics.org.za/W17286?search=rs485

The port on the pylon batery i have tried the the console, RJ 485, all of them. when i go back home i can take fotos of it. im triyng to conect on the phylontch US3000C, and i have another batery pylontech the US3000. I'm using the US3000C as a primary batery. and a rj45 cable and plug to the batery. Maybe the wires are wronggly conected.

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It should be much easier to use a USB to RS232 dongle cable.

US3000  - RJ9,  I used an old telephone cable, wired as indicated below.     
US3000C - RJ45, I used standard LAN ethernet cable for the connector and wired as below. 

Here are the RS232 connections from the Pylontech SOP:


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10 hours ago, Randmental said:

It should be much easier to use a USB to RS232 dongle cable.

US3000  - RJ9,  I used an old telephone cable, wired as indicated below.     
US3000C - RJ45, I used standard LAN ethernet cable for the connector and wired as below. 

Here are the RS232 connections from the Pylontech SOP:


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Tried that like in manual book but e doesn't get any info from the program...

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On 2021/10/11 at 7:17 PM, Brunomss said:

Here are some fotos for beter understandig...

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It looks like your pin connections are wrong for using the port you are plugged into. This is from the US3000C manual, you should be using pin 7&8 on the RJ45.

Also check your baud rate and dip switches. It looks like they are all on, but I'm not familiar enough with the C to confirm. Normally you would have them all off or only DIP 1 on if you want a baud rate of 9600 as you have only one pack.

P.S. Sorry about the late reply... I was travelling outside my home country with limited internet access.

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