My Cerbo GX is via ethernet connected to VRM and from the same switch I receive data to victrongrafana. When I cut the internet connection to VRM the influxdb stops getting dataafter 16-23 hours after disconnecting the internet. After reconnect the internet VRM and (mostly) inflxdb gets data again. With an installation with a color control I didn't had this problem. May the proplem belongs to the wifi-configuration which I don't need and is different to my color control installation?
I run the victrongrafana installation in docker on a raspberry and also on a QNAP TS-253D without problems combiened with the color control.
I have a Batrium controlling my CCGX. It is passing data back to the GX and VRM. However not everything gets passed to VRM. I have installed Docker/Grafana in an effort to track the missing data.
The information in question is WHICH cell of the battery is the high voltage and which is the low voltage. VRM and Grafana readily show the min and max cell voltages, but not which cell is each.
If I run MQTT Explorer and connect to the CCGX, it reports the min/max cell IDs consistent with what the BMS is reporting:
My Grafana queries are identical, but plots for "MinVoltageCellId" and "MaxVoltageCellId" show "No Data".
Can anybody provide a suggestion?
I have installed Grafana/Docker on my Windows 10 laptop using the detailed installation instructions. I added the local IP address of my CCGX device as shown in Option B of the instructions. It all seems to work as described except I have no data being collected in the Home/Dashboard screen . I can access and control my CCGX via my browser at the inputted address.
I enabled the two MQTT services on the CCGX.
Is there another setting on the CCGX that enabled data output?