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ReNEWW House

PV-Therm System Combined Heat and Power

West Lafayette, IN

monthSummary summary
1 Therm = 100,000 BTU = 29.3 kWh
Raw data summary
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First PV Data Point 9-20-2014
First Thermal Data Point 11-05-2014
First eMonitor Data Point 10-16-2014

When Main Power is negative, more power is being produced by the solar panels than is being used by the building.

SZNA ReNEWW DL2

Installed by Solar Zentrum North America

First PV Data Point 9-20-2014
First Thermal Data Point 11-05-2014
First eMonitor Data Point 10-16-2014

PV Data Provided By TIGO Energy


PV-Therm System Combined Heat and Power. Residential Closed Loop Thermal System.

Site contains:

  • 36 PV-Therm Combined Heat and Power Collectors. SRCC#: 2012040A
  • Gross Area of Panels - 507 sq. ft (47.12 sq. m). Collector Tilt Angle - 22 degrees
  • 50% Heat Transfer Fluid - Dynalene Solar Glycol XT (-17°F to 350°F) made from sustainable, bio-based raw materials
  • 2 Diehl 4301 S-A Inverters
  • 3 Stiebel Eltron Storage Tank with a 324 gallon capacity
  • 1 PAW FlowCon Max pump station
  • RESOL DeltaSol BS Plus controller
  • A Thermal-Grid DL2 to send the data to the servers
  • 1RESOL WMZ-Kit
  • 2 Diehl 4301S-A Inverters
  • 18 Tigo Energy Maximizer and 1 MMU with Gateway
  • Solar-Trac - Flexible Corrugated Stainless Steel insulated supply and return lines from OmegaFlex
  • collector azimuth 270 degrees (south west)
  • 36 Panels 180 watts each (total 6.48 KW)
  • Rated Power Output: 33 kW
  • Minomess Flowmeter

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To change time, click and drag scroll bar at bottom of schematic. The selected time can be seen on the clock.

Hold mouse over sensor to view sensor names.

Select a day or week from calendar. This will show the average of dates selected. (ex. Tank Sensor average at 1:00pm for 1 week)

Color of sensor bubble changes as the sensor value changes. Blue indicates a low value, and red indicates a high value.

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Select a day, or a week from the calendar. Selecting a week shows the week long average for each sensor at the time shown.

Click and drag the scrollbar below the schematic to change the time of day. The scrollbar represents a full 24 hours from left to right. The selected time can be seen on the clock.

Hold mouse over the a sensor to view that sensors name.

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Use calendar to view different time spans.

First PV Data Point 9-20-2014
First Thermal Data Point 11-05-2014

Values based on 12 cents per kWh