Hello, what I need to visual the current and frequency?
I want to see on VRM / Touch 70 a few data's.
AC In from Shore/Generator to my Skylla Charger.
AC Out from my Phoenix Inverter.
Skylla I is connected with VE.CAN with the Cerbo.
Phoenix Smart is connected with VE.Direct with the Cerbo.
And is there any Tile in GUI to visual this without a Multi/Quattro?
Here is an example what I want to see, but without a Multi/Quattro.
Best regards Robert
And here is my Touch 70
[image]Is there any way to see my orion Dc-Dc chargers in the overview?
Now i can only see them as a negative load on dc system and a positive load on the battery tile
I attempted to build my Node-red dashboard using the System parameters, however, I was unable to locate the ET112 parameter alongside other options like PF and MD.
Please give the solution for build own node-red dashboard
I dont think what we need can be done, so asking on here to double check and maybe get some upvotes in the hope Victron add to their dev list.
Open to suggestions for possible DIY modifications, if that is possible, but would prefer to avoid modifications to Victron GX products under warranty.
Snip below is from ES2GX manual - GX Device Display - lists no possible options for customisation
I have 2 client systems, both are mobile systems in RV's utilising a EasySolar2 GX 48/3000 at their heart. Both Systems have a USB Hub with BT dongle for Ruuvi's and a GX Tank 140, which is used to connect 24v 4-20ma Tank senders.
The problem comes from them being mobile installations, as the 4G signal can be patchy and is occassionally unavailable for their chosen location.
When they are offline, they have no way to access the Tank information without resorting to remote console on LAN, which is not really suitable for all types of User.
Connecting to a wifi network that doesnt have internet, to get to the remote console on LAN, to then be able to look at the tanks seems a bit crazy, as the GX device has an inbuilt display to provide the essential information at a glance.
Primary use of this display, IMO, would be for when there is no internet, so would be handy to be able to see all of the relevant information to the system on it, not just a set of defaults.
Whilst the Tank's not being displayed is the primary complaint, it would be nice to be able to display the Ruuvi tag information on this screen also, but tank information is most important.
As the GX device is integrated and internally connected to the multi & MPPT I cannot even swap it out for a Cerbo & GX Touch, so am a bit stumped on how to proceed.
At present the only option I have to resolve both customers complaints is to purchase a tablet/ipad, mount locally in Kiosk mode, then use this to display the remote console.
This is only marginally better than using remote console on a phone, if this is how it has to be done then I would have to use GuiMods to customise the remote console to show the info on the home screen.
Any suggestions on how else this could be done would be very much appreciated, cheap tablets are almost always trouble!
If these features can be added to Venus OS then they would be useful to all systems containting a ES2GX, MP2GX or MaxiGX.
Bonjour à tous,
J'explore Venus OS avec l'intention de développer une interface spécifique pour un voilier électrique.
1/ Peut-on développer sur Linux Debian ?
Venus OS peut être installé sous debian https://github.com/victronenergy/venus/wiki/install-venus-packages-on-Debian Est-ce recommandé pour développer plus confortablement ? Venus fonctionne-t-il correctement sous Debian ?
2/ Existe-t-il un module de simulation des équipements Victron, i.e. modifiant les données sur dBus ? Cela me semble indispensable pour intégrer. Le mieux serait un service avec des scenarii de données qui évoluent automatiquement.
3/ Apparemment, Venus OS utilise Grafana qui me semble parfait pour une belle interface, et même beaucoup trop riche pour ce que je veux faire...
Mais Grafana permet-il de développer des boutons de choix ou autres curseurs ?
Quel est la librairie GUI recommandée ?