Solar-Log® Dashboard is Continuously Updated with PV PLant Performance Data for Timely Display

The Solar-Log Dashboard can be configured via the portal and displayed in full-screen mode on a public monitor or TV screen.

Bethel, CT--Solar Data Systems, Inc. has introduced the new attractive Solar-Log® Dashboard at Intersolar North America July 9-11 in San Francisco, Booth 8239. It displays animations of all of the necessary pv plant information such as yields, CO2 savings, and plant performance. It is designed specifically to complement the Solar-Log WEB® "Commercial Edition" Internet portal.


The Solar-Log Dashboard can be configured via the portal and displayed in full-screen mode on a public monitor or TV screen. To focus on relevant and important information, four out of six modules can be selected for display at one time. Currently available modules include current power output, power performance graphic, financial plant yield, local weather data, plant description, and environmental contributions such as CO2 savings and equivalent of number of miles driven by an electric car. Once configured, the Solar-Log Dashboard displays the plant performance continuously.

Displays in schools and lobbies of companies and hotels are well suited for the Solar-Log Dashboard.

About Solar Data Systems, Inc.

Solar Data Systems, Inc. is the maker of Solar-Log®, a web-enabled monitoring system for photovoltaic plants. Based in Bethel, Connecticut, Solar Data Systems, Inc. not only helps plant owners to increase visibility of production and conditions of the pv system, but also supports installers and renewable finance companies to drive down costs through early detection of problems, making plant supervision easier. Solar-Log® currently monitors an ever growing number of 190,000 plants globally, amounting to over 5.7 GW of output. Solar Data Systems, Inc. is a division of Solare Datensysteme GmbH, which is headquartered in Binsdorf, Germany.

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