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    DataHub1000 Remote Setup


    SolaX DataHub1000 is the professional device for monitoring and managing sites with multiple SolaX inverters, more and more customers are now using DataHub1000 to manage their sites.


    However, it is not convenient to set up on the local page, as it may be necessary to travel to the site from a long distance. So we launched the DataHub1000 remote setup function which greatly saves your time for system configuration and troubleshooting.


    Where to remote setup?

    Step 1

    Open the Datahub page in Device in the left navigation bar of the cloud platform, then click the Registration Number.


    Step 2

    Open the remote setup interface, showing as follows.


    What remote setup items are available?

    ①     Export Limit Control

    A. Mode selection for feed-in power control - 'Total' or 'Per phase'



    Note: For three-phase three-wire systems, per phase mode is not available.


    B. Feed Redundancy

    Off: 1% -- Indicates that when the load is stabilized, the feed-in power fluctuates between ±1%. The feed-in energy may not be completely 0, but the inverter will take less energy from grid.

    low: 2.5% -- The power taken from the grid = Total rated power of the site * 2.5%.

    centre: 4.5% -- The power taken from the grid = Total rated power of the site * 4.5%.

    tall: 6.5% --The power taken from the grid = Total rated power of the site * 6.5%.


    Note: The higher Feed Redundancy threshold, the better the zero control, but less power will be generated accordingly.


    C. Export Power

    The system feed-in power is set as percentage with an accuracy of 0.1%.

    ②     Power Control

    Customers can use external power controllers to control the power output of the system and work with the grid to accomplish load management.


    A. Ripple Control Receiver

    Users can define output settings for 16 states which are controlled according to DI port high and low input states.

    Setting items include: inverter output active power control, inverter input active power control, inverter output reactive power control and inverter shutdown.


    B. DRED control (Mandatory under Australian safety)

    There are 6 DRM control modes here according to Australian safety regulations.


    ③ Other Control

    A. Meter Reversion

    You can observe the Pgrid data on the inverter LCD screen or the DataHub Meter data in the platform site page to analyse whether the feed-in data is reversed.


    If the data is reversed, you can correct it by setting the Meter Reversion on this page.


    B. Main Breaker Limit

    If the DataHub has EV-Charger connected, user can set the Main Breaker Limit current here. The DataHub can compare the real-time system’s GCP (Grid Connection Point) current with this value to dynamically control the EV-Charger current, so the system value will not exceed the limitation of the main breaker.

    Note: If the system has multiple EV-Charger connected, DataHub will divide the charge current of each EV-Charger equally.

    C. Max. Unbalance Power


    If the system has single-phase EV-Charger connected, while the local grid does not allow power unbalance, then customer can set Max Unbalance Power here to limit the three-phase unbalance power.


    Settings for Network, Time, and Serial Port

    Note: The Baud Rate setting of the DataHub serial port needs to be consistent with the baud rate of the device connected to this port.


    Please refer to the following table, for device baud rate:



    Baud Rate

    X1-MINI G4


    X1-BOOST G4


    X3-MIC G2


    X3-PRO G2


    X3-MEGA G2




    X1-Hybrid G4


    X3-Hybrid G4




    SolaX Meter



    What are the differences between the local setup and the SolaX Cloud remote setup?

    The remote settings are more simplified than local settings, some settings are only reflected in local.

    • Add Device: Add inverter, meter, EV-Charger and weather station, set their starting address and number of devices;

    Note: The address setting on the DataHub need consist with the device address to ensure the communication between the DataHub and the device.

    • Inverter Setting: You can set the Active/Reactive Power, Remote System Switch, IV curve scanning and Modbus TCP read/write operation here.

    Note: The remote on/off function here does not require an external power controller.

    • Smart Scene: Customers can customize various rules here to automate and smarten their home PV system. For example, charge the battery when the electrical price falls below a certain value.


    Version requirements

    The remote setup function requires the following internal code for DataHub:

    Datahub Internal Codes12.07

    You can confirm the internal code of DataHub from SolaX Cloud:

    Datahub Setting Datahub Info Internal Codes


    If the internal code does not meet the condition, the remote setup will not be successful.


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