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The Aurora Power-One inverters allow for remote supervision of the system providing with several measurement data. The integration with HSYCO allows for the visualization of such data and the creation of dynamic charts.

This driver complies with the Aurora communication protocol rel. 4.7.

Communication

The driver supports communication through RS-485 serial interface.

RS-485 parameters:

Baud rate 19200
Data bits 8
Stop bit 1
Parity none
Flow control none

HSYCO Configuration

Add a POWERONE I/O Server in the I/O Servers section of the Settings and set its parameters:

Communication

  • Comm ID: select the comm port the device is connected to.

High Availability

  • Shutdown when inactive: defaults to true.

Options

ID Default Values Description
gui true true enable support for the UISET actions
false disable UI support
pollinterval 20 n > 0 the data acquisition interval, in seconds
addr 2 2 ... 255 specifies the address number of the aurora inverter. If more inverters are connected, it is possible to specify the list of addresses separated by “/”. For instance 2/3/4.

Datapoints

ID Value R/W Description
connection online R connection established
offline R HSYCO can't connect to the inverter
<n>.gridpower <val> R the current power production of the inverter at address <n> is <val> Watt
<n>.gridpowerglob <val> R the global power production received from the inverter at address <n> is <val> Watt
<n>.powerpeak <val> R the historical power production peak of the inverter at address <n> is <val> Watt
<n>.powerpeaktoday <val> R today’s power production peak of the inverter at address <n> is <val> Watt
<n>.dayenergy <val> R the daily energy production of the inverter at address <n> is <val> Watt hour
<n>.weekenergy <val> R the weekly energy production of the inverter at address <n> is <val> Watt hour
<n>.monthenergy <val> R the monthly energy production of the inverter at address <n> is <val> Watt hour
<n>.yearenergy <val> R the annual energy production of the inverter at address <n> is <val> Watt hour
<n>.totenergy <val> R the total energy production of the inverter at address <n> is <val> Watt hour
<n>.partenergy <val> R the partial energy production of the inverter at address <n> is <val> Watt hour

User Interface

UISET Actions

ID Attribute Set to
connection visible true when datapoint connection = offline
false when datapoint connection = online
<n>.gridpower value the instant power production of the inverter at address <n> expressed in kW
<n>.gridpowerglob value the instant power production received from the inverter at address <n> of the whole framework expressed in kW
<n>.powerpeak value the historical power peak of the inverter at address <n> in kW
<n>.powerpeaktoday value today’s power peak of the inverter at address <n> in kW
<n>.dayenergy value the daily energy production of the inverter at address <n> in kWh
<n>.monthenergy value the monthly energy production of the inverter at address <n> in kWh
<n>.yearenergy value the annual energy production of the inverter at address <n> in kWh
<n>.totenergy value the total energy production of the inverter at address <n> in kWh
<n>.partenergy value the partial energy production of the inverter at address <n> in kWh

Release Notes

3.2.0

  • initial version release


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