The FLEXnet DC System Monitor integrates with an OutBack MATE communications device to provide the information you need about your home power systems health, performance and efficiency. You can easily see your systems existing condition with this at-a-glance display of your present state-of-charge, whether you are currently charging or discharging your batteries.
Monitor the quantity of energy your system is currently producing and consuming as well as the amount of energy going IN and OUT of your battery bank with the Flexnet. It allows the Mate to display real-time energy production from DC sources, such as a solar array or small wind generators, as well as consumption by loads. It also displays the cumulative electricity your system has produced and used as well as the total amount of power that has gone to charging your batteries today. This screen shows the current day’s lowest state-of-charge and allows you to view how your total system production compared to system consumption. You can review past energy production and consumption data for the most recent 128 days, including the minimum battery state-of-charge reached for each day. System data is displayed through a Mate remote and can be used to monitor energy system production and consumption trends.
Battery Status Screen- Easily see your system’s current condition with this at-a-glance display. This screen shows an easy to interpret “fuel gauge” style status bar, current state-of-charge and whether you are currently charging or discharging your batteries. This is useful for those system owners who want a way to quickly understand the current state of their battery bank.
Now Summary Screen- Monitor the amount of power your system is currently producing and consuming as well as the amount of power going IN and OUT of your battery bank. This screen also displays your battery bank’s voltage and current state-of-charge, providing you with real-time production monitoring of DC sources, such as a solar array or small wind turbine, as well as consumption by loads.
Today Summary Screen- Monitor the cumulative energy your system has produced and consumed as well as the total amount of energy that has gone to charging your batteries today. This screen also displays today’s lowest state-of-charge and allows you to see how your overall system production compares to system consumption.
History Summary Screen- Review historical energy production/consumption data for the most recent 128 days, including the minimum battery state-of-charge reached for each day. This screen can be used to watch power system production and consumption trends.
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