Energy Management at the Highest Level
Solare Datensysteme GmbH (SDS) is presenting the brand new Solar-Log WEB Enerest™ portal at Intersolar 2017
This intelligent energy management system is now even smarter. The international rollout of the brand new Solar-Log WEB Enerest™ portal will begin in April.
Fit for the future – with the new tiered pricing and more functions
The Solar-Log WEB Enerest™ portal is available in three different service levels and price classes to respond even more specifically to the differing needs of individual customer groups. Solar-Log WEB Enerest™ M, the free basic version, offers reliable analysis tools. It is designed for customers who would like to transpose of their plant monitoring and management themselves. A new option allows installers to offer their customers the free M version, hosted from the installer's own website.
The basic version provides concise presentation of PV yields, consumption, performance comparison of individual inverters and MPP tracker, fault messages and yield overviews via e-mail.
The Solar-Log WEB Enerest™ L version goes a step further with its features and is designed to handle any special plant and portal operator requirements. It is also intended for technically adept plant owners who would like to monitor their plants themselves. One feature, for example, is simple dashboard visualization of PV yields and the energy balances. In addition to the M version, it is possible to visualize the x% reductions - and the power management reductions and a concise yield overview of several plants allow for reference plant comparisons.
Several PV plants can be centrally monitored with the XL version. This allows installers and service providers to offer their plant customers an attractive service package. With the premium version, the monitored plants and error messages are centrally managed and evaluated by professionals. A custom design of the portal operator can also be applied to the platform. The portal allows the portal operator to remotely configure the Solar-Log™ devices. The portal allows plant owners to have around-the-clock access to the yield and plant information. Automated reports, weather data comparisons and the option to combine several plants with one account are just some of the comprehensive functions that the Solar-Log WEB Enerest™ XL has to offer.
Very much in vogue!
The new Solar-Log™ customer app is the perfect addition to the Online Portal Solar-Log WEB Enerest™.
One aspect we can already reveal: optimal usability and impressive features. Curious? Soon, you will find out more...
Come see Solare Datensysteme GmbH at the Intersolar 2017 from 31 May to 02 June in Hall B2, Booth B2.240.
Solare Datensysteme GmbH
Solare Datensysteme GmbH (SDS), based in the German city of Geislingen-Binsdorf, is one of the leading companies in the areas of solar monitoring, smart energy, and feed-in management with global service for operators and installers. Since August 2015, SDS is a subsidiary of BKW AG (Bern, Switzerland) - a global company for energy and infrastructure with more than 5,000 employees.
SDS has developed and distributed their Solar-Log™ product range since 2007, currently available in 100 countries - monitoring 261,163 plants with a total output of 11.64 GWp. Solar-Log™ is compatible with 100 inverter brands, relating to 1.700 inverter models as well as lot more component manufacturers like meters, storage systems, heating elements or heat pumps. SDS solutions make an important contribution to the successful integration of renewable energy into an intelligent power grid and help to make the successful transition to clean energy a reality.
More information about SDS can be found at www.solar-log.com.
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