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vrm_portal:remote-veconfigure [2020-03-10 07:32]
guy_stewart [1. Introduction]
vrm_portal:remote-veconfigure [2020-08-17 13:22]
mvader
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 This manual describes how to remotely change settings in our MultiPlusses, MultiGrid, MultiPlus-II, Quattros and high power Inverters; all power products with a VE.Bus communication port. A feature called ''Remote VEConfigure'' This manual describes how to remotely change settings in our MultiPlusses, MultiGrid, MultiPlus-II, Quattros and high power Inverters; all power products with a VE.Bus communication port. A feature called ''Remote VEConfigure''
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 +===== 2. Requirements and limitations =====
  
 This functionality requires a [[venus-os:start|GX device]] (CCGX, Venus GX or other) to be installed locally on the system. This functionality requires a [[venus-os:start|GX device]] (CCGX, Venus GX or other) to be installed locally on the system.
  
 Requirements: Requirements:
-  - Venus OS v2.17 or later+  - A GX Device running Venus OS v2.17 or later (latest official version is preferred)
   - System must connected to internet and communicating to the VRM Portal.   - System must connected to internet and communicating to the VRM Portal.
   - Two way communication must be enabled   - Two way communication must be enabled
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 In some cases the VE.Bus system will momentarily switched off when changing the configuration.  In some cases the VE.Bus system will momentarily switched off when changing the configuration. 
  
-===== 2. Step by step procedure =====+===== 3. Step by step procedure =====
  
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   - Be Aware - If the file is saved via the File, Save As menu, instead of closing VEConfigure and confirming the changes, it will save to a new .VSC file. This file can be opened, adjusted, and used to update locally with an MK3 adapter, but it cannot be uploaded to update a remote unit. You must use the .RVSC file downloaded from the system that you intend to change the settings of, and then upload that same file once changes are made.   - Be Aware - If the file is saved via the File, Save As menu, instead of closing VEConfigure and confirming the changes, it will save to a new .VSC file. This file can be opened, adjusted, and used to update locally with an MK3 adapter, but it cannot be uploaded to update a remote unit. You must use the .RVSC file downloaded from the system that you intend to change the settings of, and then upload that same file once changes are made.
  
-===== 3. System shutdown during reconfiguration =====+===== 4. System shutdown during reconfiguration =====
  
 Many settings can be changed without resulting in a shutdown during the re-configuration. Some settings though, such as a changed Assistants configuration, will cause the inverter/charger to momentarily switch off and back on again. In such situations, VEConfig will warn when saving the settings: Many settings can be changed without resulting in a shutdown during the re-configuration. Some settings though, such as a changed Assistants configuration, will cause the inverter/charger to momentarily switch off and back on again. In such situations, VEConfig will warn when saving the settings:
vrm_portal/remote-veconfigure.txt · Last modified: 2020-08-17 13:22 by mvader