As promised in our previous post, we will be covering the SMA PUK (Personal Unlocking Key) in today’s service tip. We explain how your devices can be unlocked to restore normal access to your system data.
I came to Germany from Iran in 2012 to start work on my master’s degree in Energy Technology at Brandenburg Technical University. My course of studies includes a mandatory internship and, of course, also a master’s thesis. Because my command of German was still rather limited, it was a challenge for me to find a suitable internship and a topic for my master’s thesis.
The purpose of this blog entry is to keep you informed about the latest updates and new publications for SMA devices released each month by the technical documentation team. This information will be made available on a monthly basis. This means that you will always be kept up to date and will never miss any changes or anything new that is published.
Starting immediately, all private system operators can monitor their solar systems online. This is now possible because all current Sunny Boy inverters of up to 6 kilowatts come with a Webconnect interface as a standard feature. The devices thus have free access to online monitoring. We would like to answer some questions on the subject of online monitoring with Webconnect.