It was pushed out for the app about 2 or 3 versions ago - recent but not really recent. It is annoying but I think it is because they want to reserve an amount in case you run the battery dry when on backup - they want enough juice to be able to start the solar working again when in backup mode (e.g. no grid available). At least that is what I got out of various forums discussing the subject.
I followed the tutorial from @spludge to get 2 instances of the PVOutput connector running, and to get the extended data. However my extended data graph is blank. It is sending data from my Powerwall 2 as I can see Generation, Consumption, export data in the detailed graph now.
I can see both logs with data going in
Client is hitting the service on both
2018-03-10 08:23:53,142 INFO [Thread-1] (WebClient.java:131) - >>> http://pvoutput.org:80/service/r2/addbatchstatus.jsp?data=20180310,08:25,-1,-1,-1.0,646,-1000.0,241.9,-10,646.884,,137.96,100,513.62
2018-03-10 08:23:53,286 INFO [Thread-1] (Controller.java:1896) - <<< 20180310,08:25,1
2018-03-10 08:24:01,833 INFO [Thread-10] (WebClient.java:162) - >>> http://<MY_PW_IP>:80/api/meters/aggregates
2018-03-10 08:24:01,844 INFO [Thread-10] (PowerwallLogReader.java:361) - >>> http://192.168.1.114/api/system_status/soe
2018-03-10 08:24:31,899 INFO [Thread-10] (WebClient.java:162) - >>> http://<MY_PW_IP>:80/api/meters/aggregates
2018-03-10 08:24:31,915 INFO [Thread-10] (PowerwallLogReader.java:361) - >>> http://<MY_PW_IP>/api/system_status/soe
2018-03-10 08:23:55,134 INFO [Thread-1] (WebClient.java:131) - >>> http://pvoutput.org:80/service/r2/addbatchstatus.jsp?data=20180310,08:25,-1.0,518,-1,-1,-1000.0,241.8,0,649.947,,134.26,100,518.91
2018-03-10 08:23:55,233 INFO [Thread-1] (Controller.java:1896) - <<< 20180310,08:25,1
2018-03-10 08:24:07,719 INFO [Thread-10] (WebClient.java:162) - >>> http://<MY_PW_IP>:80/api/meters/aggregates
2018-03-10 08:24:07,736 INFO [Thread-10] (PowerwallLogReader.java:361) - >>> http://192.168.1.114/api/system_status/soe
2018-03-10 08:24:37,798 INFO [Thread-10] (WebClient.java:162) - >>> http://<MY_PW_IP>:80/api/meters/aggregates
2018-03-10 08:24:37,913 INFO [Thread-10] (PowerwallLogReader.java:361) - >>> http://<MY_PW_IP>/api/system_status/soe
I configured both powerwall.ini as such according to the writeup
One is configured in the “IN” direction, and the other is configured in the “OUT” direction. Here is my link https://pvoutput.org/list.jsp?userid=64864
If anyone has any advice it would be appreciated.
SO it looks like the extended data is only view-able through the Live view and not daily. Mybe because I don’t have enough data yet? Also what seems to be the optimal extended parameters mapping and data for most people with a Powerwall? This graphs oevr top of eachother which I suppose is ok, Maybe changing the axis on load to below the graph? Again any insight would be helpful, and thanks!
have you setup the extended parameters “summary” field, it’s these are set to none you wont get any daily summaries, in most cases you will want it “W to kWh” to give the total power.
With regards to the graphs themselves it takes a bit of trial and error to get it so you can see all data. I believe the graph is rendered in the following order
Axis 0 first
lowest to highest extended parameters
lowest to highest extended parameters
it renders in order axis 0 v7,v8,v9,v10,v11 then axis 1 v12
I found it best to put area graphs first, and dark colours before light colours and as a result I can see all my graphs, that said I am colour blind to hate colour coding so it probably looks weird to most i just to pick colours I can differentiate easily.
Takes some fiddling but worth the time now before you get too much data, hope this helps
I changed the “Summary” field values from None to “W to KW” so we’ll see what we get in a day or two. That part of the extended parameters description led me to believe that those were for a summary that would be emailed or as a downloadable PDF so I left them off because I was uninterested in that. Thank you for the recommendation!
no worries, looks like its all working
Hil folks. Got my powerwall here in SA three weeks ago. Ive set up a Raspberry pi to monitor based on the mikesgear post and have the service running but like some folks above ive not been retrieving extended data successfully.
The log shows
Seems im missing something.
Have a look at the other powerwall thread, I think from 1.18 firmware you access the powerwall though https not http, which one can be reached in a browser if you just type http://x.x.x.x/api/meters/aggregates or https://x.x.x.x/api/meters/aggregates?
Thanks. good advice.
Ive also grabbed the latest version and loaded it.
Make sure you also grab the patch described at Tesla Powerwall2 data to PVoutput?.
Unless BB has been very very quick, you’ll need this to get the charge percentage out of https://x.x.x.x/api/system_status/soe working.
The latest release v126.96.36.199 now includes the patch
I found my problem. There were trailing spaces on the URL’s that broke the code.
Ive downloaded the patch and updated the URL’s to https. QAll working I just need to adjust the scaling of some of the parameters in PVOutput itself.