Share Your Ideas to Improve IAMMETER!

🌟 Calling All IAMMETER Users! 🌟
We want to hear from YOU! As we continuously strive to improve IAMMETER, your ideas and suggestions are invaluable to us.

👉 What features would you like to see next?
👉 How can we enhance your experience with our platform?
👉 Do you have any tips or best practices you'd like to share with the community?

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1. Being able to import lost/messed up data into the IAM Meter web, and or Docker deployment

a. For example when I changed my clamps, I would like to have cleaned that day data up so it doesn't look wrong, or report wrong.

b. I have many years of historical data in PVOutput which would be great to be able to import that here, for better reporting and comparisons.

2. Be able to view three phase data in the local docker deployment as well as the cloud. Right now I can only view the yield part.

3. Be able to put multiple tariff info into somewhere in the platform then be able to use this in a report to compare power providers, (used for finding the best value for money based on previous real data) hope that makes sense.

4. Run scenarios using the battery simulation where you can get the calculations to apply logic to the generation figures if you wanted to upsize your solar array to test the ROI, currently I believe even if you put a different figure in the solar section it gives the same data, correct me if I am wrong?




3. Be able to put multiple tariff info into somewhere in the platform then be able to use this in a report to compare power providers, (used for finding the best value for money based on previous real data) hope that makes sense.

4. Run scenarios using the battery simulation where you can get the calculations to apply logic to the generation figures if you wanted to upsize your solar array to test the ROI, currently I believe even if you put a different figure in the solar section it gives the same data, correct me if I am wrong?


We are very interested in the third point. How many users in Australia can choose different electricity providers? We might add a feature that allows customers to input the rates from other providers and compare them with their current rates.



Hello

we have a three pahse solar system with three-phase micro inverters, and a three phase boiler (connected without neutral).

is it possible to develop a linear power manager as SCR 485 but to adjust the 3 phases synchronously to adjust the power of the boiler to the production of the solar system?

We have already an WEM 3080T installed to mintor the solar production


Thanks



Thanks for your suggestion.

we will develop the 3phase regulator after the one phase becomes a mature product

Hellowe have a three pahse solar system with three-phase micro inverters, and a three phase boiler (connected without neutral).is it possible to develop a linear power manager as SCR 485 but to adjust the 3 phases synchronously to adjust the power of the boiler to the production of the solar system?We have already an WEM 3080T installed to mintor the solar productionThanks

I think it is quite common in Australia, because you can switch providers very quickly and with no penalty which is good because it keeps them pretty honest, as much as the single underlying wholesaler is ripping everyone off, to pay for bad no allocated/non funded local government solar rebate scheme. Right now coming up they are about to announce the new rates, I currently have a spreadsheet where I load these into and calculate.

3. Be able to put multiple tariff info into somewhere in the platform then be able to use this in a report to compare power providers, (used for finding the best value for money based on previous real data) hope that makes sense.4. Run scenarios using the battery simulation where you can get the calculations to apply logic to the generation figures if you wanted to upsize your solar array to test the ROI, currently I believe even if you put a different figure in the solar section it gives the sa

We plan to develop this feature and are currently collecting specific suggestions for it here

https://imeter.club/topic/626

I think it is quite common in Australia, because you can switch providers very quickly and with no penalty which is good because it keeps them pretty honest, as much as the single underlying wholesaler is ripping everyone off, to pay for bad no allocated/non funded local government solar rebate scheme. Right now coming up they are about to announce the new rates, I currently have a spreadsheet where I load these into and calculate.

Hi another thought would be around the possibility of adding special load(s) to this diagram? like battery keeping battery?

I think this is also a good suggestion.

I will discuss with my colleague.

Hi another thought would be around the possibility of adding special load(s) to this diagram? like battery keeping battery?
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