Actually I don’t think so, from what I can tell there is an issue with the 5min interval data from the different API requests. The different data streams are not aligned, it means you get some anomalous data points if you try and combine the data sets.
If you download data from the extended data view you can see for yourself (or check if it you see what I see).
The nominal PV generation is equal to the POWER_OUT column added to the V10 column, I see the worse anomalous artifacts when the battery stops charging in the morning, But I also see “noise” during the middle of the night when the sun is long gone, a few Watts up to a couple of tens of Watts.
I haven’t heard back from SolarEdge yet, but I think this will be the explanation for the aboe mentioned Batter/Inverter power stats.
Getting this data logged is useful though, for instance I can see the battery temp over the day and given it affects warranty it is good to monitor it.
I suspect the solution to this is Version 2 of the API, but that needs a User API Key as well as a Account API Key, I am not sure if V2 API is available for all end users or even release to production yet. I plan to contact SolarEdge and ask them these questions when I have exhausted all other avenues (mainly because it would require more development work.
 To see the misaligned data intervals you need to look at the raw data returned from the SolarEdge V1 API calls. The downloaded data from PVO rewrites/realigns the timestamps.