If you want to use your own monitoring, Scada or data logging system to manage operation of your PV system, you can simply integrate the inverters via the Modbus interface. For more than two years, SMA has been equipping all inverters with this standard interface, offering straightforward solutions to third providers, in particular, who want to provide system operators with their own, non-SMA system.
After using SMA’s Sunny Portal and Sunny Places web sites to monitor some central inverter PV systems I realized that I wanted more detailed information about system performance than these sites provided.
De nombreux clients nous demandent si leur onduleur est compatible avec Modbus et où trouver cette information. Notre équipe produits a développé une liste détaillée sur ce sujet. Voici comment la télécharger:
You have created your own application for querying SMA inverters via SMA Modbus or SunSpec Modbus. Unfortunately, something does not seem to be working properly and the inverter is not responding as expected.
Molti clienti ci chiedono se il loro inverter supporta Modbus e dove possono verificarlo. Il nostro Product Management ha redatto una lista completa per rispondere a questa domanda. La trovate qui:
Many customers ask us whether their inverter supports Modbus and where exactly they can check this. Our product management has prepared a detailed list about this topic.
You can find it here:
The EEBus initiative has set itself the task of establishing a communication standard for networking different devices. Sven Schreiber, who is responsible for the Residential business unit at SMA, is a new member of the initiative’s board of directors. So of course we have taken this opportunity to talk to Sven about the prospects and possibilities involved.