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Strange Values in Daily Graph

Posted: Fri May 20, 2016 10:52 am
by thgoldha
Hi,

it doesn´t happen very often, but is an annoying thing when it appears.

http://www.thomasgoldhammer.de/images/solarlogger-c.png
http://www.thomasgoldhammer.de/images/s ... erte2c.png

I looked for a good place for my raspberry to verify a good Bluetooth connection. It is better now. But I am very confused about the values in the CSVs. It just happens in the morning and the evening. Has anyone an idea? Should I try a higher delay-time? Default is 600.

Is there something wrong with my inverter or should I still look for my data connection?

Kind Regards,
Thomas

Re: Strange Values in Daily Graph

Posted: Fri May 20, 2016 12:03 pm
by jeanmarc
Hi,
Obviously one inverter produce 0 to 21875.223kWh in 5min ;)

Re: Strange Values in Daily Graph

Posted: Thu May 26, 2016 11:31 am
by thgoldha
Hi folks,

today it happened again. It seems that one of the inverters is not awake completely.

http://www.thomasgoldhammer.de/images/solarlogger-d.png
http://www.thomasgoldhammer.de/images/s ... erte2d.png

I configured SBFspot to wait 15 Minutes after sunrise, but this seems to be not enough. Is it possible to skip the first value every day in 123solar? Has somebody any other suggestions?

Kind Regards,
Thomas

Re: Strange Values in Daily Graph

Posted: Thu May 26, 2016 12:13 pm
by jeanmarc
Hi,
Add another check in scripts/protocols/SBFspot.php, replace $RET = 'OK'; with

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if ($KWHT!= 0) {
$RET = 'OK';
    } else {
$RET = 'NOK';
}

Re: Strange Values in Daily Graph

Posted: Thu May 26, 2016 5:19 pm
by thgoldha
Hi jeanmarc,

thank you very much for your quick reply.

I put the code into SBFspot.php.

I think this should fix it. No values being written into the CSV, when the column kwht is zero. I will test now and give you feedback in a couple of days.

Kind Regards,
Thomas

Re: Strange Values in Daily Graph

Posted: Tue Jun 07, 2016 1:43 pm
by thgoldha
Hi jeanmarc,

your patch works excellent. The graph looks fine every day now. Good job!

Kind Regards,
Thomas