Fronius Push


#145

i startet the push of the Log Data from inverter. Something is wrong with the last Log Push. the Values from the last hour of the last day are zero. sysid 57693. i also have a one Phase Fronius smartmeter with auto=1


#146

It looks like the log push only goes up to 23:00 local time, the next push at 0:00 goes on to the next day and clears out all values, so the last hour is lost.

The day consumption calculated by auto=1 from meter current data pushes would have lower been lower than the 6436Wh result pushed by log data. No energy increases means power would be 0W.

Can you try removing the auto=1 from meter push?


#147

ok, i changed auto=1 to n=1


#148

Just added a change to enable auto=1 to work nice with the Log Data push after 23:00, feel free to change it back to auto if n=1 is not working well.


#149

Results of Log Data pushes -


#150

im using fronius push for 6 months now but on the 29th usage way out. there is almost zero usage as on a shed no house.i have not changed any setting is anyone else seeing same issue


just noticed app on phone shows last reading as export when next reading comes in goes as export previous one moves to used ?


#151

Yes I’m seeing exactly the same since the 29th too. I rebooted the inverter during the day and it was fine for the rest of that day but subsequent days have done the same thing. No changes this end either, the setup has been working perfectly for over 12 months for me.


#152

Sorry there was a change around handling negative consumption on the auto=1 parameter which doesn’t seem to work very well with the push data from your system.

The change has been reverted back.


#153

Looks normal again this morning. Thanks!


#154

Hi,

Can someone help with the push data

i have put in both inverter and log data

/service/r2/froniuspost.jsp?sid=your_sid&key=your_key

there’s a parameter nodayenergy for inverter. what does this do and do i need it? im guessing i just put &nodayenergy=(0 or 1) at the end of the link

now is the log data to show the correct averages and update it if anything hasn’t be added??

There is 2 parameters Mode and auto. do i have to set them and if so to what?

I have the inverter connected before my metering device so it is gross consumption
i have a flukso to read my gross consumption

so i need the setup to show all generation then work out how much was import or export.

also the metering device i have hooked up to the flukso is a pulse output so could that actually be connected to the Inverter in meter setup as the “S0 Inverter 1” instead of the fronius smart meter and get all the benefits of having them both hooked in together?

TIA


#155

@B-Man this is the line in my inverter (Note NOT meter):
/service/r2/froniuspost.jsp?sid=57175&key=xxx&dayenergy=1

And this produces the green line in
https://pvoutput.org/intraday.jsp?sid=57175

If you’re running the latest version of firmware in the inverter (in ‘system information’ tab mine says 'Software version 3.10.2-1 ', and the firmware update button says theres no newer firmware available) then the ‘day energy bug’ should be fixed, and so you probably want ‘dayenergy=1’ to get the inverter’s idea of what cumulative energy has been generated, rather than have PVO calculate it from the 5-minute power values.

I think the ‘mode’ and ‘auto’ parameters are only relevant to meters, not inverters, so I’m not using them in my inverter push settings.

(more on ‘day energy’ - the data retrieved from the inverter each time includes current instantaneous power (PAC), and cumulative energy generated by the inverter for the day, for the year, and for its total lifetime: see Fronius Push above for what this looks like.
In older firmware, the DAY_ENERGY value had issues, so a flag was put in to the push URL to prevent PVO using it, and instead have PVO calculate day energy from the power - this is the ‘nodayenergy’ flag. The bug seems to have been fixed, but the default is now to not use the DAY_ENERGY value, so ‘dayenergy=1’ is required to make PVO read the DAY_ENERGY value rather than recalculate it from scratch, which introduces errors if a sample or two is missed, and if the power varies significantly between 5-minute samples).


#156

yes updated to the latest version
appears to be running fine with the Inverter and log data. i setup.

I did add the &dayenergy=1 to the inverter push and all still seems fine. thanks.

ill be looking at hooking up my smart meter ABB B23 pulse output device to the fronius just unsure if i will use that or continue using the flukso to post my data. depends if it works as expected or not.


#157

Can somebody please summarize what the best inverter and meter push settings are for a Fronius Primo running the latest available inverter fro28500.upd and datalogger 3.10.2-1 firmwares?


#158

The defaults should work fine, if the firmware has fixed DAY_ENERGY issues then add &dayenergy=1 to the inverter push.

The ‘Log Data’ push should be added if account is donation enabled.


#159

is there somewhere that shows the parameters you can use for the inverter push, log data push and meter push.
and apart from that is the link the same?
/service/r2/froniuspost.jsp?sid=57175&key=xxx&“parameters”

i saw someone had voltage in theirs


#160

https://pvoutput.org/help.html#push-froniuspost


#161

The inbuilt Fronius uploader doesn’t report voltage. There may be a different monitoring system using an external PC/Pi/something that extracts deeper data and then uploads it to PVO, or it might be a different brand inverter (SMA or something) that does report voltage somehow. My voltage comes from the Tesla battery, not the inverter (or it did until the last Tesla firmware update, thats had my extended data broken for two weeks grr)


#162

Yes it does, although for some odd reason PVO does not show it by default. You have to add &v6=Voltage_AC_Phase_1 to the meter push to get PVO to display it.


#163

Bulletmark hi can you tell me more about how to add voltage as above as i have no idea were to add the &v6=voltage_AC_phase_1 to the meter push to get PVO to display it, thanks in advance for your help as i am NOT good with any sort of this tec stuff.
well i have no smart meter so thats me stuffed with that idea pitty as it would have been very helpfull to have volts displayed as its so verable here 228 to 258 is common any day


#164

Jim, add an inverter push setting as described at https://pvoutput.org/help.html#push-froniuspost. If you have an attached Fronius smart meter, you should also add the meter push as described there but add &v6=voltage_AC_phase_1 at the end of the “Upload File Name” string, i.e. after <your_key>. Note you can not see voltage unless you have a smart meter.