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ccgx:ccgx_fronius [2019-09-18 10:16]
iburger [2.2 Adding Fronius to the CCGX]
ccgx:ccgx_fronius [2019-12-03 15:30] (current)
iburger [2.2 Adding Fronius to the CCGX]
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 3. The CCGX will automatically scan for PV-inverters on the local network if no PV-inverters were found previously or if a previously-found PV-inverter cannot be contacted. This will happen if the IP address of the PV-inverter changes. To prevent automatic scanning, disable //Automatic scanning//. 3. The CCGX will automatically scan for PV-inverters on the local network if no PV-inverters were found previously or if a previously-found PV-inverter cannot be contacted. This will happen if the IP address of the PV-inverter changes. To prevent automatic scanning, disable //Automatic scanning//.
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 +    * We recommend that automatic scanning is enabled (the default) in residential and small commercial applications.
 +    * In larger installations,​ or where the scanning interferes with other equipment on the network, automatic scanning should be disabled.
 +    * Note that if DHCP is used to allocate dynamic addresses in your computer network, the connection to your PV-inverter may be permanently lost if automatic scanning is disabled and the IP-address of the PV-inverter changes.  ​
  
 4. Once located, you will see the Inverters listed in the menu. The name used will be the serial number of the inverter - which you will also find on the inverter itself: \\ {{:​ccgx:​ccgx-pvinverters.png?​nolink|}} \\ \\ 4. Once located, you will see the Inverters listed in the menu. The name used will be the serial number of the inverter - which you will also find on the inverter itself: \\ {{:​ccgx:​ccgx-pvinverters.png?​nolink|}} \\ \\
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