Solar Dashboard Project

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Screwy39
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Re: Solar Dashboard Project

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Hi Jonathan, thanks for the quick reply. Every 5 mins or so, but the error disappears and doesn’t get logged. The issue may be more that it confuses the dashboard and sometimes crashes it. Especially when trying to connect to 192.162.4.1 via an iPhone, it would take at least 15mins and many a retry with the main page half loading. Now I’ve put an old local router in, just for itself and it’s own psu, and it’s better, not perfect but connects most times straight away to the fixed ip. It’s set up in a garage 250m from the house and the idea was to keep the dashboard at the house connected to wifi and an esp-now link between then with local control via the mt50. I’ll look around the web and see if I can find a suitable diy hub project. Thanks again
fredivar
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Joined: Thu Apr 23, 2020 6:02 pm
Location: Norway

Re: Solar Dashboard Project

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jonathan wrote:
Sat Mar 19, 2022 7:03 pm
fredivar wrote:
Mon Jan 31, 2022 7:45 am

However, for a long time my Snektek have not been able to connect to Cloud since updated from FW 3.xx to 4.xx. No matter what I do, I only get local access..

Hi Fred, if you're there I can try to help you with the cloud access.
Sounds good Jonathan,
Not in my summer house yet, need to get boats ready for season, probably visit the place in early April. For time being, I use the ePever Cloud to which I managed to connect and now able to access remotely. The advantage of the Snektek module over ePever cloud is that Snektek do not need access to internet all the time while ePever do since there is no local storage in their cloud interface. One thing I feel both system lack, is the possibility to monitor Inverter data too, but you may do it with ePever if you buy 2 cloud interfaces, but then it will be displayed as two different "plants".
I can contact you next time I visit my summerhouse if possible to get some remote assistance.
Best regards Fred Ivar
jonathan
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Re: Solar Dashboard Project

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Screwy39 wrote:
Mon Mar 21, 2022 2:22 am
Hi Jonathan, thanks for the quick reply. Every 5 mins or so, but the error disappears and doesn’t get logged. The issue may be more that it confuses the dashboard and sometimes crashes it. Especially when trying to connect to 192.162.4.1 via an iPhone, it would take at least 15mins and many a retry with the main page half loading. Now I’ve put an old local router in, just for itself and it’s own psu, and it’s better, not perfect but connects most times straight away to the fixed ip. It’s set up in a garage 250m from the house and the idea was to keep the dashboard at the house connected to wifi and an esp-now link between then with local control via the mt50. I’ll look around the web and see if I can find a suitable diy hub project. Thanks again
Yes this is my experience as well, connecting to the AP wifi network is the least reliable, connecting to a static IP through a router is better, but the best is through the cloud service, as it puts the least load on the solar dashboard unit. This is the preferred method, I can send you a cloud key if you'd like to try.
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