SMA Data Manager M powered by ennexOS

Get the most out of energy

In combination with the new Sunny Portal powered by ennexOS, the Data Manager M optimizes communication, monitoring and control of PV systems with up to 25 SMA devices. Based on the new IoT platform for energy management, ennexOS from SMA, the Data Manager M not only replaces the SMA Cluster Controller S, but its expandability also means that it is already well-equipped to handle the new business models of the energy market of the future. For example, it is the ideal professional system interface for electric utility companies, direct marketers, service technicians and PV system operators.

Particularly impressive is its innovative and highly efficient user interface, which has been standardized for both Data Manager M and the new Sunny Portal powered by ennexOS. A range of intuitive assistance functions for the Data Manager M, inverters and Sunny Portal powered by ennexOS significantly reduce the amount of time involved in commissioning and parameterization.

The basic scope of functions and interfaces offered by the new Data Manager M is coordinated with the associated functions in Sunny Portal powered by ennexOS and adapts to future requirements step by step. Thanks to its modular design and systematic support of industrial standards such as Modbus/TCP, systems can be expanded to include additional components such as I/O systems or energy meters, from either SMA or other suppliers.

Benefits at a Glance

Quick and easy

  • Quick and intuitive commissioning of all local components and Sunny Portal
  • Simple integration of I/O systems and energy meters


Reliable and convenient

  • Complies with national and international grid integration requirements
  • Detailed analytics, alert system and reporting
  • Convenient and secure remote monitoring and parameterization of all connected components


Future-proof and flexible

  • Can be flexibly expanded to satisfy new requirements and changing customer needs
  • Access to the rapidly changing energy market of the future based on ennexOS
  • Sunny Portal powered by ennexOS offers even more features for the new energy world

Monitoring & Control powered by ennexOS


SMA ennexOS Data Manager Sunny Portal Bundle

The Data Manager M and the new Sunny Portal powered by ennexOS are perfectly coordinated with each other. This not only makes it easier to monitor, analyze, parameterize and manage PV systems, but also helps save time and money.

  • Standardized user interface
  • Seamless remote parameterization
  • Easy overview of entire portfolio
  • Quick and direct online identification and troubleshooting
  • Easy structuring of PV systems according to individual needs

Whether for an entire portfolio, system groups, systems, PV system sections or individual devices, you will find the relevant information for the various user roles on the dashboards in a clearly structured format—at every level

Standard pages for monitoring, analysis and parameterization allow you to work efficiently and help you save time managing your systems.

You can learn everything about Monitoring and Control in the new Sunny Portal powered by ennexOS here

I/O Systeme from MOXA and Wago


The preconfigured MOXA and Wago I/O systems available from SMA are perfectly coordinated with the new IoT energy management platform ennexOS and can be easily integrated into a system. Thanks to its high level of flexibility, the system can meet changing customer requirements at any time, for example, if there are any changes in legal or normative requirements.

IO System MOXA Wago

Basic device information and system diagram


Basic device information and system diagram

Version 1, date: November 1, 2017

SMA Data Manager M + Sunny Portal powered by ennex OS

How you benefit:

  • Cutting-edge, uniform UI design for Data Manager and Sunny Portal
  • Two powerful components perfectly in tune with each other
  • Future-oriented functions for an automated grid management service
  • Access to the quickly changing energy market of the future via ennexOS


Modular design-new functions coming first half of 2018:

  • WLAN access to user interface
  • Direct marketer interface via integrated VPN router
  • Peak load shaving
  • Satellite-based performance ratio calculation
  • Live data interface (Webconnect)

Check in the settings of the router whether DHCP is enabled. If DHCP cannot be enabled, a static IP address must be assigned to the Data Manager. To do this, connect the Data Manager to a DHCP-capable router outside the PV system and carry out the commissioning. Assign a correct static IP address to the Data Manager (ask your grid administrator). Then connect the Data Manager to the router in the PV system. Now the Data Manager can be reached via the static IP address. Follow the installation assistant steps and make the settings appropriate for your system.

Depending on the web browser, the entry may be interpreted as a search entry. Enter "https://" before the access address of the Data Manager in the address bar of the web browser.

In order to save the self-signed certificate of the Data Manager in the web browser, it must initially be accepted as trustworthy in the web browser. After the Data Manager has been reset to the default settings, the web browser interprets this certificate as outdated or invalid. Delete the old certificate in the security settings of your web browser. Reconnect to the Data Manager and accept the newly offered certificate.

It is possible that the IP address of the I/O system cannot be determined. Check in the router's settings whether DHCP is enabled and, if necessary, enable DHCP. Ensure that the I/O system is set to DHCP. For this, all DIP switches on the I/O system must be set to ON (see the manufacturer's manual).

In order to use the I/O system with the Data Manager, the I/O system with its IP address must be disclosed in the Data Manager. To determine the IP address of the I/O system, proceed as follows:

1. Open the command line interpreter on a suitable end device and enter the command "arp-a".

  • A list of all interfaces with IP address, physical address and type is displayed.

2. The physical address indicates the associated IP address.

  • I/O systems by WAGO use physical addresses in the range 00-30-de.
  • I/O systems by Moxa use physical addresses in the range 00-90-E8.

 

The buffer capacitor of the Data Manager's real-time clock might have discharged due to being without voltage supply for a longer time period. Make sure that the Data Manager has access to a time server on the internet to obtain a current time.

No. Assign the user name and password and then stop the installation assistant. The original PV system data are still there and are adopted automatically.

This is not possible. However, system sections can be created and visualized in Sunny Portal powered by ennexOS.

Yes. To adjust the data transfer rate of the SMA Energy Meter, you have to log on to the user interface of the SMA Energy Meter with the user group Installer (see the SMA Energy Meter manual). The remote configuration of the SMA Energy Meter is not possible for safety reasons.

A few RS485 devices are currently not yet supported by the Data Manager:

  • SolTrk (control for PV tracking systems)
  • Windy Boy (wind power inverter)
  • Hydro Boy (fuel cell inverter)
  • Sunny SensorBox
  • Schoolmeterbox

This is possible in Sunny Portal powered by ennexOS. System sections and system groups can be created and visualized there.

Both the SMA Cluster Controller and Data Manager are data loggers. Parallel operation of both products is not advisable.

ClearType might be disabled. Activate Clear Type in your web browser.

Some Modbus devices may have been restarted due to a voltage drop. In the process, the Modbus devices received new, modified IP addresses from the DHCP router. This can happen if a MAC address has not been assigned in the DHCP router. The Modbus devices do not necessarily receive the same IP address.

Set up the MAC address connection in your DHCP router or extend the lease time.

If the IP address of a Modbus device had been changed, it must be recorded in the Installation Assistant of the Data Manager.

Ensure that the I/O system is set to DHCP or a valid IP address (see manual from manufacturer).

The I/O system must be configured as follows (from left to right):

  • 750-352: Fieldbus coupler/controller
  • 750-602: DC power supply (24 V)
  • 750-1414: 8 Digital inputs (24 V)
  • 750-1515: 8 Digital outputs (24 V)
  • 750-464: 2/4 Resistance inputs (2 x Pt100)
  • 750-455: 4 Analog inputs (4 to 20 mA)
  • 750-559: 4 Analog outputs (0 to 10 V)
  • 750-600: End clamp

The WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750 is suitable for connecting Pt100 temperature sensors with two, three or four wires. SMA recommends connecting Pt100 temperature sensors with two wires since the corresponding bus terminal 750-464 is preset to 2-channel measuring technology.

Ensure that for both I/O systems DHCP has been set or a valid IP address. Ensure that the mode of the analog inputs is adjusted for the ioLogik E1242 (see manufacturer manual).

IP address:

The IP addresses of the I/O systems from Moxa can be adjusted via the user interface or via the ioSearch program from Moxa.

Analog inputs ioLogik E1242:

The analog inputs of the ioLogik E1242 from Moxa are preset to 0 V to 10 V.

To be able to use the analog inputs of the ioLogik E1242 with the Data Manager, the analog inputs of the ioLogik E1242 must be set to 4 mA to 20 mA (see manufacturer manual).

The ioLogik E1260 from Moxa is suitable for the connection of Pt100 temperature sensors with two or three wires.

3-Wire Connection:

Sie können das Netzteil der Sunny WebBox, des SMA Cluster Controllers, des SMA Com Gateways oder des SMA Inverter Managers verwenden. Sie können außerdem alle Netzteile verwenden, die der Spezifikation im Datenblatt und der Anleitung des Data Managers entsprechen.

Nein. Um neue Geräte erfassen zu können, müssen Sie den Installationsassistenten des Data Managers starten. Im Installationsassistenten können auch Geräte mit unterschiedlichen Passwörtern erfasst werden.

Nein. Aktuell werden nur die Daten des Masters übermittelt. Für das Release 2018 ist geplant, auch die Daten der Slaves übermitteln zu können.

Aus technischen Gründen werden nur eigene Zertifikate verwendet. Zertifikate, die von einem Intercepting Proxy-Server ausgetauscht werden könnten, können nicht verifiziert werden. Um Ausnahmen für die Firewall einzustellen, wenden Sie sich an Ihren Netzwerkadministrator.

Um 0%-Einspeisung einzustellen, muss sich in der Anlage ein geeigneter Zähler am Netzanschlusspunkt befinden. In der Benutzeroberfläche des Data Managers folgende Einstellungen vornehmen:

 1. Im Menü Konfiguration den Menüpunkt Netzsystemdienstleistung wählen.

 2. Wirkleistung wählen

  • Der Installationsassistent öffnet sich.

 3. Jeden Schritt mit [Weiter] bestätigen.

 4. Die Betriebsart Regelung wählen.

 5. Die Signalquelle Manuelle Steuerung wählen.

 6. Im Feld Wirkleistungsvorgabe den Wert 0 eingeben.

 7. Im Feld Zeitintervall den Wert 1 eingeben

 8. Im Feld Wirkleistungsgradient den Wert 100 eingeben.

 9. Im Feld Gesamtanlagenleistung den gewünschten Wert eingeben.

10. [Speichern] wählen.

Weitere Einstellungen sind nicht notwendig. Auf dem Dashboard der Anlage finden Sie nun ein neues Widget zur Wirkleistungsbegrenzung.

 

I/O Systeme from MOXA and Wago

I/O Systems from MOXA and Wago


Compact system MOXA E1200 series for price-sensitive applications

  • MOXA ioLogik E1242 (4 analog inputs, 4 digital inputs, 4 digital or analog outputs)
  • MOXA ioLogik E1260 (6 temperature inputs)


Modular WAGO I/O system 750 series for more flexibility

  • Wago 750 (8 digital inputs, 8 digital outputs, 4 analog inputs, 4 analog outputs, 4 temperature inputs)


Additional devices and protocols will be integrated on an ongoing basis via Modbus/TCP (e.g., Janitza Power Analyser UMG 604).

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