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Apps Market - SolarView

Last Updated: Nov 06, 2017 11:21AM CET
This external application of DEXCell Energy Manager allows you to measure and control the solar energy generation of your solar plant. In addition, it allows you to differentiate which percentage of the consumption represents the self-consumption and the sales to the network.

This application is divided into 2 different screens: Configuration (under location > edit location menu) and Analysis. In this article we explain each of the screens to be able to use the application correctly!

 

1. Configuration 

 

Device settings

The first step is to identify which concept represents each of your measuring devices at the Solar plant. In this case, we have:
  • Home Meter: Device that represents the Building energy consumption
  • Irradiation Meter: Device that represents the solar radiation
  • Utility Meter: Device that represents the company meter (imported and exported energy)
  • Solar Meter: Device that represents the solar energy generation
  • Tº Meter:  Device that measures the temperature of the installation
 
 

Installed Power - Properties

Installed nominal power and peak power (in kW)
 
 

Monthly Generation Estimate [kWh]

In this table you can enter the monthly estimate of generation in kWh to be able to compare it against the actual measured generation. 
 
 

2. Analysis 

 

Self Consumption


In this  "Self Consumption" tab we can visualize which part of the consumption represents the self-consumption and the sales to the network.
 
 
  • Location: select the solar plant to represent
  • Dates: select the time range to display the corresponding graph
  • Frequencies: frequency to use in the graph (instantaneous, hourly, daily, weekly, monthly or annual). In the case of selecting instantaneous, Self consumption and grid power values will be displayed.
  • Graph: Green will show the Auto Consumption, in Orange the generation exported to the grid and in Gray the normal consumption (indicating that there has been no solar production). We can visualize these data in bars or using the pie chart
  • Export: we can export the data in Excel or .png (image)
  • Summary table: Below the graph, we have a summary table of the corresponding graph
 

Generation

The "Generation" tab shows the comparison of your power together with the solar irradiation, the external and module temperature and the performance ratio.
  • Location: select the solar plant to represent
  • Dates: select the time range to display the corresponding graph
  • Frequencies:frequency to use in the graph (instantaneous, hourly, daily, weekly, monthly or annual). In the case of selecting instantaneous, Self consumption and grid power values will be displayed.
  • Graph: in yellow the photovoltaic power is shown, in blue the indoor and / or outdoor temperature
  • Export: we can export the data in Excel or .png (image)
  • Summary table: Below the graph, we have a summary table of the corresponding graph
 

Year comparative

The "Year comparative" tab shows the energy on a monthly basis compared to the defined forecast or the previous years in case of having real time data.

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