Following the interest in our alternative for the old Enecsys Monitoring system from Nevada to Australia, a time zone feature had to be implemented in a bit of a hurry; but, unlike Windows 10 (which is free), it required a good bit of testing to work correctly. So now those of you in Australia, France and Nevada (as well as those of us from the UK) can all view the data in Local Panel Time – the local time where the panels are. The big test will be on Sunday the 25th when the clocks change.
We are also testing uploading data to Pvoutput.org. My site data appears here My PVOutput Data. We had been having dificulties in getting the power generation graph to total correctly (We understand that the problem was similar to a problem with the Aloaha Data Logger – another alternative to the old Enecsys Monitoring system), but this has now been resolved. All that remains is to schedule the uploads. The plan is to upload 5 minute interval data to Pvoutput.org at even hours thoughout the day free of charge. We also have tested a ‘live’ system (Uploading every 5 minutes) which will be charged at £7.99 / year. Once the upload routine is scheduled, I will add a page with details for getting set up with PVOutput.
In the mean time
‘May the road rise up to meet you,
May the wind be always at you back,
And may the sun shine brightly on your panels….