Monitor, log, and remote control power generation products.
PowerGuru is a a monitoring, data logging, and remote control application for power generation products used for renewable energy. Currently devices being supported are >Xantrex (Trace) and Outback Power Systems products. Features
- Data-logging - PowerGuru can poll all the meters on a Xantrex or Outback product,including multiples devices, and writes the data to an SQL database.
- Remote Control - PowerGuru enables one to remotely control the device as if you were sitting there pushing buttons yourself.
- Setup and Configuration - PowerGuru enables you to have a default set of configuration options as a disk based file, and to set or dump this data into/from the device. This is to make the setup of new installations simpler.
- SQL Database Support - PowerGuru uses an SQL database to store all the data from logging the devices, so you can do advanced queries and graphs.
- >SNMP Support - PowerGuru has SNMP support, so it can be easily integrated into other network administration tools like Mrtg or PHP scripts.
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released on 4 January 2019
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