This tutorial demonstrates how to use serial communication on a Raspberry Pi to connect to a solar charge controller and transmit the data using a python web server REST API to web enabled devices. Notes, schematics, code and updates are available on my website: 🤍🤍rototron.info/raspberry-pi-solar-serial-rest-api-tutorial The mobile app code is available on GitHub: 🤍github.com/rdagger/Expo-Solar-Tracker
Hello sir. Can i know how to start the react native program ? Is there any difference between the react native cli and the expo cli ? How can i proceed your project at the react native part ?
Hello Sir, it will work on MPPT Solar charger AN instead of RN ?
Many thanks for this tutorial....
Will this work for mppsolar inverters?
does it work on any type of controller?
Hello. Great design. Will it work with other MPPT chargers? obviously having rj45?
A5 5A 05 82 02 5F 00 AF, MCU to Stone HMI Display. Solar Voltages, Temps and Alarms updated constantly. My Nemesis! Just can't find how to put down in python that address. 1st 2 are the "display", 3rd is "5 Bytes", 4th is "write variable register" next 2 "variable register address" last 2 ""written value" Any tidbits are appreciated. Enjoyed the video and will watch again and again to absorb what I can.
I am looking for a DIY solution to connect my Voltonics MKS Solar Inverter to WiFi for remote monitoring
I understand its easy to use 8266 or esp32 but need a little information related to RS233 Data Stream from the
It would be really cool if you could make another video covering the same setup BUT using a USB to serial adaptor to the Pi. I'm running a Renogy Wanderer Li 30A 12V PWM Negative Ground Charge Controller with an RS232 port. Here is the controller that im using: amazon.com/gp/product/B07G1PL1B9/ref=as_li_tl?ie=UTF8&camp=1789&creative=9325&creativeASIN=B07G1PL1B9&linkCode=as2&tag=txrider7-20&linkId=9fa69fc564ea12f10bfd4017fe4cc837 amazon.com/gp/product/B07G1PL1B9/ref=as_li_tl?ie=UTF8&camp=1789&creative=9325&creativeASIN=B07G1PL1B9&linkCode=as2&tag=txrider7-20&linkId=9fa69fc564ea12f10bfd4017fe4cc837
Good night everyone, I was unable to install the project. I wonder if anyone can provide a freelance consulting service to help me with the installation? Contact e-mail: email@example.com/ gmail.com
Boa noite a todos, não consegui fazer instalação do projeto. Gostaria de saber se alguém pode prestar um serviço de consultoria freelancer para me ajudar na instalação? Contato e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org/ gmail.com
I've got a bluetooth dongle for a charge controller but it has a different connector. It's a nightmare trying to work it all out.
Cool man. Update some more.😍
Great tutorial. Question: is there a way to connect the MPPT Controller directly to the Ethernet port on a Raspberry Pi 3 B+? In other words, use a standard RJ-45 Ethernet cable and connect that to the MPPT on one side, and connect to the RPi Ethernet port on the other side. Would it be a problem on the hardware side (dangerous voltages on certain pins) or on the software side (being able to read the data on the Ethernet port)? Thanks
Hi, sorry but i am totally lost, i am a newby ; i bought a EPever contrôleur de chargeur solaire MPPT | LCD 30A régulateur solaire 12V 24V (fr.aliexpress.com/item/32973117264.html?spm=a2g0s.90423184.108.40.206cde6c375GYmte) fr.aliexpress.com/item/32973117264.html?spm=a2g0s.90423220.127.116.11cde6c375GYmte) , i used you wire mn 3 of the video and the code mn 9 and after, but get no answer from the regulator. the tracer library is installed. Can you please tell me what i did wrong ? any help, i just want to see the data like in mn 10.19 of the video ? Thank you so much for the Help. I just need to receive the data. Regard
this is a nice video, thank you so much
Have you ever thought about doing this using a NodeMCU ESP32?
OMG! This is what I was looking for! Man, you are great!