- Maximum plant size: 15 kWp
- Optional Powermanagement
- LCD Status Display
- Monitor, optimize and manage the consumption of self-produced power
- 2x S0 in (1 additional)
- 1x USB
- Number of inverters: unlimited from one manufacturer
- Optional features: WiFi, Bluetooth, GPRS, PM+, PM+/WiFi, PM+/GPRS, Meter
So small and yet so many functions: The Solar-Log 300 is a yield evaluation tool, an alarm system and a forecasting tool all in one device.
The Solar-Log 300 is compatible with all the major inverters. It can be connected to an unlimited number of inverters from one manufacturer with a maximum total power of 15 kWp.
The sensors measure irradiation, temperature and wind speed. However, they cannot be combined with every inverter manufacturer.
Meter S0-in or RS485
The meter records your consumption data, can serve as an inverter or measures the power from incompatible inverters.
RS485 or S0-out
Connect large displays to obtain an overview of your data.
Ripple Control Receiver
The signal to reduce active power is generally sent via a Ripple Control Receiver. This can be connected directly to the Solar-Log 300 PM+ to control the power of the PV plant.
Solar-Log 300 USB connection and Data Export
A USB stick can be connected to manually install new firmwares with additional inverter support or new functions, or to transfer backups and other data.
The Solar-Log® WEB ”Commercial Edition“ online portal expands the monitoring function of the Solar-Log® and offers comprehensive monitoring reporting options in the form of graphs and tables via the internet.
You can access your data and graphical reports at any time from anywhere in the world with the Solar-Log® APP.
A feature with the WEB ”Commercial Edition“ is that the Dashboard displays all important information for a plant such as yields, CO2 savings and plant performance.
Solarfox® large display and external displays
A large display used in combination with the Solar-Log® can visually present the live data from a PV plant. You can also add personalized advertisements. External displays can be connected via the RS485 or S0 interface.
Accessing the Solar-Log®
The Solar-Log® is operated from a PC with any standard web browser and via the TFT display. Remote access is possible with the WEB ”Commercial Edition“.
Solar-Log 300 GPRS
Solar-Log 300 GPRS is the alternative to an external GPRS modem, allowing the data logger to be connected to the data network simply and securely. A GPRS connection is especially suited to free-standing plants or buildings which do not have a usable internet connection available.
Solar-Log 300 WiFi
The Solar-Log 300 WiFi allows you to connect the Solar-Log® to any available WiFi network. This saves cables, installations time and reduces labor costs.
Solar-Log 300 Bluetooth
This data logger is equipped with a Bluetooth module and allows wireless connection to SMA BT inverters, up to a maximum of seven.
Solar-Log 300 PM+
The PM+ product line implements the feed-in and network safety management. It covers the entire spectrum of requirements for active and reactive power, e.g. the German Renewable Energy Law 2012 (EEG).
Solar-Log 300 Meter
The Solar-Log® Meter makes it possible to monitor a PV plant completely and to measure its power consumption with just one device. With 2 x 1 to 3-phase current measurements, it determines the active power for production and self-consumption.
Solar-Log® Easy Installation
The installation and initial setup start automatically. The inverter detection and the internet log-on starts immediately. The installation status is shown on the LCD display. Any subsequent manual configurations of the Solar-Log® can be performed conveniently from a PC via the WEB interface. Easy Installation is compatible with the Solar-Log® WEB ”Commercial Edition“ and ”Classic 2nd Edition“.
The Solar-Log 300 offers the option to measure the amount of self-produced power consumed and to present it graphically via the Solar-Log® WEB. A digital power meter serves as a consumption meter. Thanks to the new Solar-Log® Meter, no additional electricity meter is needed as it is already integrated in the device.
The data volume from the Solar-Log® can be recorded for up to 20 years. The micro SD card is used to protect against any loss of data in the event of a power failure.