The photovoltaic market and its market conditions are subject to constant change. Nowadays, the focus is on the optimization of self-produced electricity consumption and feed-in management in combination with professional monitoring and control of PV plants.
The Solar-Log® product range offers an extensive portfolio of solutions – from single-family house with a PV plant and one inverter to industrial operations and solar power stations with up to 100 inverters. These solutions are designed to comply with the various national regulations in regard to renewable energy. Solar-Log® is also able to implement individual requirements such as the intelligent managing and prioritizing of energy consumption.
High degree of flexibility due to inverter-independence
Solar-Log® Easy Installation, for a quick and simple installation, no special PC or Internet expertise is required.
Solar-log® was once again confirmed as the market leader ISV Independent Software Vendor* in 2016. (*First place in the segment Residential and Commercial, second place in Industrial).
Solar-Log WEB Enerest™, keeping everything in sight and under control, online available at any time.
These revenue grade meters integrate the proven Solar-Log® data logger technology into Aclara’s (formerly General Electric's) popular 1-210+ Meter. The result is the Solar-Log 350, 350LAN, and 370, specifically designed for the residential solar PV market and engineered for fast and simple installation. These Solar-Log® residential meters provide revenue grade metering for incentive reporting.
Certified revenue grade production metering (RGM)
Automatic incentive reporting approved in most major PBI and SREC markets
Solar-Log® Quick Installation – Register your plant on the portal in just 5 easy steps
Manufactured in the USA
The Solar-Log® product range in combination with the Solar-Log WEB Enerest™ portal offers comprehensive and professional plant monitoring, and numerous functions. The PV plant's output and status are visualized with concise graphics and tables; the data and information is analyzed and displayed in detail. The photovoltaic plant is precisely monitored for inverter failures, status and error messages, and performance variations. With multi-tracker inverters, deviations can be detected down to the MPP tracker level – depending on the inverter type.