Monitoring

Energy Assist's office will be closed over Christmas from 22nd December 2018 and reopening 3rd January 2019. We will continue with installations during this time and be contactable via our office phone number.

Monitoring

solar power continuous monitoring

To ensure the absolute maximum performance of your new solar power system, the end user and Energy Assist are able to remotely monitor every aspect of power your system is generating.

Using the latest cloud-based technology, your entire system can be monitored using data that is being constantly transmitted to a central monitoring station.   Not only can the technology measure the performance of any part of the system, it can also identify any part that may need maintenance or adjustment.

Information is relayed virtually from the Power Optimisers and Inverter so that any areas of under-performance or faults are flagged and alerts are sent to our technicians who are able to rectify any issues!

No hardware or wiring is required to transmit data from the power optimisers to the inverter: the monitoring sensors and transmitters are in-built and measurement data is transmitted over the regular power lines.