- SOLARWATT Manager
- Release Notes Update June 2022
Update June 2022
The most important news first: Yes, we listened! As part of the current update, the manager portal has been optimized for mobile devices. The improved user interface enables a more pleasant use on smartphones and tablets.
The manager portal in pocket format
Improved mobile display
The SOLARWATT Manager portal now adapts to your device. Regardless of whether you access the portal on your computer with a large screen, tablet or smartphone:
The display is automatically optimally adjusted. The same goes for the size of the widgets. In the case of small displays, the individual widgets are also arranged one below the other to enable good legibility. Input fields and buttons of the widgets are always displayed large enough to be able to use them comfortably on a smartphone.
We are constantly checking and optimizing the mobile display and are very excited about your feedback!
Solarwatt Manager portal, update June 2022: Mobile view
A) PV Optimizing available
In the new portal we have now also activated the optimization. This means that you have all the familiar settings and display options at your disposal, but for the time being we have not displayed the kilometers in the time bar under “Mobility”. As of now, there is no reason to switch to the old portal for schedules and optimizations.
Optimization settings Part 1
Optimization settings Part 2
B) Analysis: PV Plant report as a PDF document
As a documentation for public authorities or for personal purposes, users can now download an annual PDF report for their PV system. The Download Report button is located in the analysis panel on the right hand side just above the chart.
If the PV system has been in operation for several years, there are also PDF reports for previous years. In these system reports, all consumption data is visualized in an energy flow diagram. The reports also provide information on the usage behavior of the battery and the amount of CO2 saved.
C) Heat pump widget
Heat pump users will now see a new widget on the manager portal dashboard. In addition to the current power consumption of the heat pump, the widget provides information about the active SG-Reday operating mode.
With another widget, users can see the buffer storage tank temperature in addition to the current consumption. The scale covers a range from 20 to 95 degrees Celsius. The unit for the hot water temperature can also be set to Fahrenheit in the user settings.
D) Offline state of SOLARWATT Manager
If the SOLARWATT Manager is no longer connected to the local network, an overlay dialog window appears with all the important information that needs to be considered in this case.
The functions for which a connection to the manager is essential are then blocked. In the Home app, changes to the devices in the device list cannot be saved until the device is online again.
What else you should know:
Browser language and large numbers
In the user settings there is the possibility to choose your preferred language. If no selection was made there, the language defined in the browser settings will be used. If no language is stored in the browser either, the manager portal is displayed in English by default.
Numbers greater than 1,000 are formatted with a thousands separator according to the active language.