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New version of watchpower for PIP inverters has been released
#21
hi 

I am writing from Italy and my name is Claudio

I'd like to present a new softvare i tested for PIPs inverter. The name is LUCIBUS.
First, it has a timer to set charging and load (PCP and POP) so you can choice when they must be set according to personal needs.
Lucibus also can controls up to four SonOff or SR-201 for any type of on-on needs.
It Is has also a thresold-c setting to switch from battery to grid if any load exceed the value you can set.
Lucibus can control VIATOR, a device that give info about actual state of loads : 4 leds light up  in different way : Yellow if loads are powered from sun, Green if battery, Red if grid, White if system is on overload.
All graph data may be shown on LUCICLOUD, a cloud system that receive info from you inverter every minute.
At last, alerts and errors are sent throught push notification on smartphone Android or IoS. This is made from LUCIAPP.


LUCIBUS is multiLanguage and supports Italian, English, Slovenian, Dutch, Romanian and French


LUCIBUS may be tested for free for a month.


More info : http://www.homoandroidus.com/forum

Developer : info@homoandroidus.com



Please note that images are in italian Language but them are available in each language


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#22
regards
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#23
hi

LUCIBUS software support pip4048GE hybrid solar inverter?

thanks.
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(12-27-2017, 12:09 PM)atiko Wrote: hi

LUCIBUS software  support pip4048GE hybrid solar inverter?

thanks.

Hi
please note that GE SERIES IN NOT HYBRID.
It is a brand new modified version of the HSE/MSE family, with extended high PV input voltage up to 500V and maximum charging current of 80Amp
So LUCIBUS supports it.

On the contrary, at moment lucibus does not support ibrid inverters

More info in new english pages of lucibus.com
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(02-02-2017, 08:57 PM)nexsuperne101 Wrote: I'm using MPP Solar Patrol, just because the logging is really good with it's own built in webserver. I also like the way I can set up an email address and get it to email me the days stats automatically.

Hi nexsuperne 101, where can I get MPP Solar Patrol software download? Dodgy
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#26
finally fotosettore. i wrote on FB about your software, but only few read about
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(04-04-2019, 12:08 PM)Mr A Wrote:
(02-02-2017, 08:57 PM)nexsuperne101 Wrote: I'm using MPP Solar Patrol, just because the logging is really good with it's own built in webserver. I also like the way I can set up an email address and get it to email me the days stats automatically.

Hi nexsuperne 101, where can I get MPP Solar Patrol software download? Dodgy

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#28
as i know both software (solarpower and lucibus) come from same forum :0
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(04-04-2019, 07:59 PM)emuland-metroman Wrote: finally fotosettore. i wrote on FB about your software, but only few read about

FB is the worst place to speak about Lucibus. Smile
This software has a great meeting point in its forum. Lucibus does not need hundreds of likes ;-)
it only needs to be used by users who understand the potential of the product

Last works about lucibus system were :
TEMPRUM - you can see in wifi on main windows of lucibus informations about your battery place. TEMPRUM uses a BME680 that contains temperature, humidity, barometric pressure, and VOC gas sensing capabilities.

PLURITEMP - another wifi gadget. It shows up to 4 temperature. Usefull for sigle battery control

TABULED - a 4096 leds panel that show information (in wifi) about production, consumption, battery, temperature, total of loads and so on. you can choose the page using a normal IR TV remote control
[Image: tabuled_pag_7.jpg]

In this period i'm working about interfacing of lucibus with BMS for lifepo4 and lipo. USB will give infos about all batteries directly on main page, alarm about over charge and so on.

At last CUBUS
Video of first prototype : CUBUS PROTOTYPE
Video of presentation at MakerFaireRome 2018 : CUBUS FINAL

You can find all news and informations here : https://www.lucibus.com/web/en/


No FB  Big Grin Big Grin Big Grin

(04-06-2019, 11:21 AM)emuland-metroman Wrote: as i know both software (solarpower and lucibus) come from same forum :0

wrong news

lucibus has a dedicated forum (only for subscribers)
LUCIBUS developer
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(05-16-2019, 12:30 PM)fotosettore Wrote: FB is the worst place to speak about Lucibus. Smile
This software has a great meeting point in its forum.

i mean in DIY powerwall FB page
Building Lifepo4 Powerwall - atm 1400 cells growing

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