How to monitor the work of your Gold Coast Solar Installer

How to monitor the work of your Gold Coast Solar Installer

As the world changes day by day, the urgency within a growing few, is leading toward planet protection and saving. Due to that, many people are opting to do their part, and join the cause by recycling, using biodegradable or eco-friendly products, even opting for vehicles that are friendlier on the environment. However in the Gold Coast, the biggest change for many falls in the category of Solar Paneling. The benefits of solar power energy are truly getting better with each year, causing many to give it an honest try.
Some of the Advantages winning people over are:

  • Slowing down Global Warming
  • Saving lots of money (Saving you thousands in a quarter, and tens of thousands at year’s end.)
  • It also provides a reliable and secure source of energy

Now, with advantages come some disadvantages right? Well, a common curveball in the world of Solar Paneling comes with lack in proper system monitoring. So I’ll give you a simple guide as to how to monitor the work of your Gold Coast Solar Installer.

Monitor the Lights

Honestly it takes but a couple seconds to check your inverter. Make it a habit of checking it either before you leave the house or as soon as you arise in the morning.

Green Light – If it’s constant, that means your panels are drawing energy required; if the green light is flashing, this simply means that your system is starting up. This flashing should not exceed a couple minutes.

Red/Yellow Light – This is a warning light letting you know of an issue. The screen should go in detail as to what the issue is.

Check the Readouts

Readouts keep you aware of the total amount of operational hours of your inverter as well as power input/output in kWh or MWH for the day.

Check Your Inverter Stats on your computer or Online

Yes this is quite possible. See, most inverters come with a data cable allowing it to be checked from your computer. Others come with WiFi or even Bluetooth Support, so you can wirelessly access your inverter data.

At the end of the day, it doesn’t matter how you decide to monitor your inverter, just make sure you do it regularly! That way in the event of any issues, you’ll know about it from the Genesis and have it sorted out quickly.