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Seamless, Flexible Solar Production Data Ingestion from Any OEM
Easily migrate data to Locus Energy applications without hardware additions, for seamless fleet consolidations and retrofits
Locus Energy can now collect data from on or off-site aggregators and third-party equipment directly, enabling versatile OEM and third-party support. By allowing gateways such as OSIsoft PI server, Campbell Scientific, MOXA, ODBC compliant databases, SMA Cluster Controller, and the Huawei Smartlogger 2000 to send data using SFTP/FTP, Locus Energy streamlines and optimizes hardware procurement costs and provides increased flexibility.
This type of data architecture directly benefits anyone looking to consolidate and standardize data coming from a variety of system types and equipment vendors at reduced costs. This can be particularly relevant for those who need to retrofit sites with a new monitoring solution without additional hardware. Locus Energy can accept data directly from existing OEM loggers and and other industry standard gateways, thereby streamlining data needs for developers, owners and operators with minimal risk and downtime.
Benefits of Locus' BYOL Service:
- Cheaply, easily consolidate and integrate solar fleets
- Avoid purchasing additional hardware
- Get support for any logger that can provide FTP push capabilities
- Remove the need for installation time on site
- Minimize risk and downtime
- Maintain in-house expertise by continuing to use your own loggers
- Leverage historical data migration services to ensure that no data is lost
With the ability to ingest data from many different endpoints, project stakeholders can now take advantage of Locus Energy’s multitude of tools and applications. This includes SolarNOC™, Locus’ cloud-based fleet management platform, which provides system stakeholders with an unprecedented level of control over how system data is aggregated, displayed, and analyzed.
Please fill out the form to the right to request more information on Locus Energy's Bring Your Own Logger Service.