Sometimes your WiFi network may experience downtime or you might change your WiFi credentials/internet provider or be troubleshooting an issue that requires reconnecting (or resetting) your inverters wi-fi connection. In such cases, you’ll need to reconnect your solar inverter to the network to continue benefiting from real-time monitoring.
Reconnecting your inverter to WiFi ensures uninterrupted access to vital performance metrics. This can help you quickly detect any irregularities in energy production or consumption, thereby aiding in timely troubleshooting or optimisation.
Note: Even if you can’t access the app or if the inverter isn’t connected to WiFi, it doesn’t mean your system isn’t working. Most inverters have a built-in display that provides live data. If you aren’t connected to wifi yet but see numbers or metrics on the display screen of the inverter, it’s a good indication that your system is active and producing energy. So, even without the digital connectivity, you can still have peace of mind knowing your solar system is hard at work powering your home or business.
To find out how to reconnect your inverters wi-fi connection, click your brand of inverter: