smaspot MIS_enabled 0 yields results for 2 inverters... 2.4.4

Jun 2, 2014 at 9:37 PM
Edited Jun 2, 2014 at 9:40 PM
Hi All,

I've a setup with 2 inverters, joined together in a net (net-ID3). Now I want to configure SMAspot in such a way that every inverter only reports it's own data.

Now as I understood, this should be the way my configuration should be made in each cfg file.
# MIS_Enabled (Multi Inverter Support: Default=0 Disabled)
# +------------+-------+-------------+
# | #Inverters | NetID | MIS_Enabled |
# +------------+-------+-------------+
# |      1     |   1   | Don't Care  |
# +------------+-------+-------------+
# |      1     |   >1  |      0      |
# +------------+-------+-------------+
# |      >1    |   >1  |      1      |
# +------------+-------+-------------+
MIS_Enabled=0
however my output shows me the data for all inverters. Is this the correct behaviour?
cat /opt/smaspot/data/2014/INV1.csv 
sep=;
Version CSV1|Tool SMAspot2.4.4 (Linux)|Linebreaks CR/LF|Delimiter semicolon|Decimalpoint comma|Precision 3

;SN: <INV1>;SN: <INV1>;SN: <INV2>;SN: <INV2>
;SB 2000HF-30;SB 2000HF-30;SB 2000HF-30;SB 2000HF-30
;<INV1>;<INV1>;<INV2>;<INV2>

;Total yield;Power;Total yield;Power
;Counter;Analog;Counter;Analog
dd/MM/yyyy HH:mm:ss;kWh;kW;kWh;kW
02/06/2014 00:00:00;4076,842;0,000;4484,708;0,000
02/06/2014 00:05:00;4076,842;0,000;4484,708;0,000
02/06/2014 00:10:00;4076,842;0,000;4484,708;0,000
...
Coordinator
Jun 2, 2014 at 9:57 PM
Please try version 2.4.5 beta
Jun 2, 2014 at 9:58 PM
I just figured it out :-)
Coordinator
Jun 2, 2014 at 10:17 PM
Excellent! Let us know the result please...
Jun 2, 2014 at 10:50 PM
And I can confirm that it worked like a breeze....

I tried it with three cfg files

MIS_enabled=1 => combined data
MIS_enabled=0 =>inv 1
MIS_enabled=0 =>inv 2