Example installation


  • 2x Axpert MKSII (Supplied by Full Circle Solar)
  • 3x Pylontech US3000
  • Solar Assistant

The standard USB cable that came with the inverter is used. SolarAssistant can read both inverters through a single cable plugged into one inverter.

A USB to RS232 console cable is plugged into the Pylontech US3000 battery bank. SolarAssistant can read the entire battery bank through a single cable plugged into one battery.

A Raspberry PI that runs the Solar Assistant SD card. The software is extremely robust and was designed to continuously run for years. The software has a low CPU requirement which makes the device run at low temperatures without the need for a fan. Typically only a heat sink is used in the Raspberry PI so there is no moving parts.

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