Webdyn entered India

The french company (Webdyn SA) of high customer value into the field of M2M connect and remote monitoring systems has entered in india.

The french company (Webdyn SA) of high customer value into the field of M2M connect and remote monitoring systems has entered in india with its product Webdynsun seeking India as the growing & hot market for Solar and hence the O & M activities for solar to get the maximum out of your solar.


The WebdynSun gateway is the solution for monitoring your photovoltaic systems. It monitors, collects and analyses the data from your photovoltaic plant remotely and in real time. The gateway combines all the indicators output from the inverters, electric meters and external sensors (sunshine, temperature and so on) in a single unit. It is designed for the preventive and curative remote maintenance of the plant and real-time monitoring of electrical power generation.

The gateway not only provides the opportunity to offer additional after-sales services to your customers, but also gives feedback on the equipment used in your architecture. The gateway optimises the range of products offered to your customers, while also maximising the output from your systems.

Improved guarantees; inclusion of a power generation guarantee in offers
- Remote control: modify inverter parameters, On / Off
- Generation summary: store raw data, process and transfer
- Real-time monitoring: remote readings at regular intervals, specific queries
- Pool data from different sources: inverters, sunshine, temperature and consumption sensors

Webdyn will be exhibiting its state of the art gateway at INTERSOLAR INDIA to be held in Bombay Exhibition Ground, Mumbai from 18 - 20 November 2015.

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