Earth Notes: Off-Grid Stats from the RPi powermng UtilityUpdated 2020-10-14 11:06 GMT.
By Damon Hart-Davis.
powermngpower manager utility on the Raspberry Pi.
The Raspberry Pi monitors and manages power, including some interaction with the grid by moving small loads off-grid (the 'dump' load) when possible.
This is managed with a small C++ utility that runs every ten minutes to compute system state from local and remote sensors. It sets flags in the filesystem for other programs to use to be sensitive to available energy, from Java Web servers to makefiles.
- 16WW off-grid storage monitoring via RPi local sensors and MODBUS
- 16WW off-grid primary and secondary battery storage monitoring and control via local sensors at RPi and later MODBUS to Morningstar SS-MPPT-15L solar controller
- RPi, Morningstar, MODBUS, battery, LiFePO4, LFP, lead-acid, PbSO4, off-grid, storage, grid, London, UK
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- UK centre 51.406696N,-0.288789E elevation 16m
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