H50, reading values

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H50, reading values

Postby slawomirksiazek » Mon Dec 12, 2016 23:49

i'm looking for information if directly from RasPI , can I directly from shell with using some programing language reading and changing values from rego1000 ?
Many thanks.


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Re: H50, reading values

Postby Husdata » Tue Dec 13, 2016 07:13

Hi.
Yes I see that you have ordered a H50 (Raspberry Pi with H1 interface)
The H1 interface supports modifying values in the Rego 1000 (see development manual downloadable)
You can login to the H50 and modify the Python script if you like to log to you own database, make a web interface or other things.

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Re: H50, reading values

Postby slawomirksiazek » Wed Dec 14, 2016 10:31

Hello Peter,

yes I bought H50 :-), my main goal is to integrate installation photo-voltaic PV (solaredge) together with heat pump, I try find ways , as much as possible use electricity from installation PV to current need at home, because in Poland , electricity tariffs for PV installations, are not too favorable for consumers, so my idea is to increasing temperature at home, when PV installation will generate electricity (during the daily peak or something like that), at this moment I know that part of the information, and I can collect part of the information from solaredge webportal through the API

www.solaredge.com/sites/default/files/s ... ng_api.pdf

and my missing part are related with IVT , what exact can I change via H1 interface ? I believe that changing temperature in rooms and DHW for me should be enough, all of this things are possible ?

Many thanks for advice.

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Re: H50, reading values

Postby Husdata » Fri Dec 16, 2016 08:55

Hi.
If you like to manipulate the controller and bring up the temperature for certain periods and bring it down for other you should automate the heatcurve adjustment, or indoor temperatur.
You can set heatcurve and indoor temp by sending commands to the interface via the pythons sccript (or other programming language).

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Re: H50, reading values

Postby slawomirksiazek » Fri Dec 16, 2016 09:30

Hi Peter,

Do you have some part python code or exact command which I need to sent to interface, which realize changing heat curve or indoor temp ? I will appreciate for tips,
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Re: H50, reading values

Postby Husdata » Fri Dec 16, 2016 12:42

Yes I can send a sample code to you
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Re: H50, reading values

Postby slawomirksiazek » Fri Dec 16, 2016 17:15

Ok, Thank you Peter, I will wait,
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