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On 2021/06/11 at 11:55 AM, Namreh said:

Is it perhaps possible to connect the older type Axpert inverters to the internet to allow remote viewing via mobile

Most Axperts have an RS-232 port, so that they can be controlled remotely via an appropriate computer. There may be off-the-shelf solutions, I don't know.

Mine are from 2015, and I can control and monitor them remotely. But I have custom hardware and software to achieve that.

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9 hours ago, Namreh said:

Is it a difficult exercise to do this?

It's a lot of work to roll your own, yes. Presumably, if you can find a good off-the-shelf solution, it would be pretty easy.

I'm sure others have set this up. Hopefully someone will chime in soon.

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4 hours ago, Coulomb said:

It's a lot of work to roll your own, yes. Presumably, if you can find a good off-the-shelf solution, it would be pretty easy.

I'm sure others have set this up. Hopefully someone will chime in soon.

Thanks

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1 hour ago, 87 Dream said:

Hi Namreh,

Checkout Solar Assistant. They have what you are looking to achieve out of the said box plug & play system. You can buy their all in one Raspberry pi fully loaded & ready to plug in & connect to your inverter which uses your home WiFi network to record & provides also inverter controling remotely. Then if you are capable & already have a Raspberry Pi you can just download the software & use then insert the memory card into your own Pi & continue from there. I'm not sure how techno capable you are but a little Google fiddling can get you to speed about what the Raspberry Pi capabilities are & exactly also what type of device it is. 

Here is the link:

https://solar-assistant.io/shop

If you need help Pierre is the support specialist & he is also a member on this forum. His been extremely helpful in all of my Installations that I have setup so far for clients. 

There is also a program called ICC solar I think & they do a similar Raspberry Pi setup with some similar type of info displayed on a mobile device etc. They are also on here. I cannot comment on how their system works as I have no personal experience with them. Below is a screenshot of the solar assistant dashboard on my mobile phone...

Screenshot_2021-05-28-13-05-24-41.thumb.jpg.14e9ecafc2e53daf91950ca266b6252e.jpg

Thanks so much, will look into this

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