iSolarCloud is the monitoring system developed by Sungrow, and it has many useful features for both homeowners and solar providers.

Sungrow is one of the leading brands of solar inverters in the world, with 24 years of experience and operations in more than 50 countries. Sungrow inverters have been used in residential, commercial and utility-scale solar projects, and the company also delivers energy storage systems. Sungrow has been present in the Australian market since 2012.

The inverter is a very important component of a solar installation, since it converts the DC power produced by solar panels into AC power that can be used by your home appliances. If you have a hybrid inverter, it can also convert the energy stored in batteries into AC power. Since all the electricity generated by solar panels flows through the inverter, it can be equipped with a monitoring system to keep track of production.

When you install a solar power system, your power bills are reduced but you can only see the savings – the bills don’t show exactly how your system is working. By using a monitoring system like iSolarCloud, you can know exactly how much electricity is produced by your solar panels each day, and where it is going.

Using iSolarCloud in homes and businesses

The iSolarCloud monitoring system from Sungrow can be used with both residential and commercial solar installations, and the system is even capable of monitoring microgrids. Also, iSolarCloud is compatible with standard PV inverters that are only connected to solar panels, or hybrid inverters that combine solar panels with batteries. The platform can monitor solar systems with either lithium-ion or lead-acid batteries.

Thanks to this flexibility, iSolarCloud can be used with a wide range of solar installations, and the mobile application is compatible with both Android and iOS.

Solar owners who use iSolarCloud can share data with their system providers for remote monitoring.

This is very useful for operation and maintenance, since the solar provider can check exactly how the system has been performing over time.

The platform can also generate an alarm when a fault is detected, and this way the issue can be fixed as soon as possible.

When using iSolarCloud, you can check the status of your solar system with a local connection, or you can log in remotely with a username and password.

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