Error code 127 updating the master archive redating the radiocarbon dating of the dead sea scrolls
My google searches turned up what looks to be an abandoned Source Forge project which were Linux scripts to collect data from a SMA Sunny Boy, but I think may have also supported the PCM Solar King, but unfortunately the files have completely gone from the Source Forge site so I can't try it.
It should have an RS232 plug but no cables, USB I did not touch and my software won't communicate with.I'm thinking of just pushing the output from below into a perl/python script to output the data live into You can figure out what each register means by looking at the Sunny Roo file on sourceforge.Add 1 to each register below when comparing to the register values in the PDF.In brackets I've just quickly added a description of what some of the main registers are that I look over.[[email protected] libpowercom]# ./powercom-live Read registers: Register 0: 394 (Heatsink temp – 39.4deg C)Register 1: 2711 (PV voltage – 271.1 volt)Register 2: 6 (PV current)Register 3: 0 Register 4: 126Register 5: 1Register 6: 0Register 7: 0Register 8: 0Register 9: 0Register 10: 0Register 11: 7Register 12: 2431 (AC Grid Volt – 243.1 V)Register 13: 5002 (AC Grid Freq – 50.02 Hz)Register 14: 179 (Output Watts)Register 15: 0Register 16: 0Register 17: 602 (Total lifetime output – 60.2k Wh)Register 18: 0Register 19: 0Register 20: 0 Hi Whiz Bang. I assisted the author of the software by decoding the protocol and documenting it.I discovered this by monitoring the 'Solar Control' software which appends this extra byte to the 'login' request message.