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as of 20230204-17:09:02
Once the time stops updating the Inverter is done for the day


Current Inverter Stats
Parameter Current 
Value
 Minimum 
Value
 Maximum
Value

West Array Voltage 98.38 89.52 267.59    VDC
West Array Current 0.03 0.02 5.85    ADC
West Array Power 2.52 2.45 1504.12    Watts
East Array Voltage 194.10 21.73 281.57    VDC
East Array Current 0.00 0.00 7.47    ADC
East Array Power 0.00 0.00 1776.36    Watts
Total PV Panel Power 2.52 2.45 3228.89    Watts
Watts Per Minute 0.00 0.00 59.00    Watts
Solar Radiation 0 0 524    W/m2
Sun Altitude Angle -0.93 -1.79 30.87    °
Sun Azimuth Angle 68.69 0.04 69.35    °
Sun PV Incidence Angle 77.22 19.13 78.31    °
Outdoor Temperature 32.20 12.30 32.90    °
Grid Voltage 241.43 240.10 245.56    VAC
Grid Current  (Note 1) -0.05 -0.05 12.50    AAC
Grid Power  (Note 1) -24.46 -24.95 3043.07    Watts
Grid Power  (Note 2) -12.88 -12.93 3053.60    Watts
Grid Frequency 59.98 59.94 60.04    Hz.
Inverter Heatsink Temperature 43.12 8.72 70.42    °C
Inverter Internal Temperature 38.51 8.72 49.98    °C
Inverter Efficiency 0.00 0.00 96.06    %
Inverter Efficiency Losses 26.99    Watts
Inverter Run Time 10:10    hh:mm
Solar Radiation Average 262.47    W/m2
West Array Average Power 683.070    Watts
East Array Average Power 850.820    Watts
PV Panel Average Power 1533.890    Watts
Grid Average Power  (Note 1) 1491.220    Watts
OffPeak Power Produced (This day) 14.515    KWh
OnPeak Power Produced (This day) 0.000    KWh
Total Power Produced (This day) 14.515    KWh

Notes:
  1.) Inverter output reported
  2.) Inverter output calculated
  • Run Time is based on valid communication with the Inverter and full data returned. Communication and data returned can be sporadic during morning startup and evening shutdown when the PV Power is not adequate for the Inverter to run.
  • Grid Power i.e. Inverter Power Output, as reported by the Inverter appears to be lower then the calculated power (Grid Output Voltage X Grid Output Current).
  • The response of the Solar Radiaion detector lags by minutes at times the reponse that the PV Panels have to sunlight, so the PV Power Output may be high when the Solar Radiation looks low and vise versa.
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