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  2. Hi Oliver, you can record screens with Powerpoint, otherwise I use FlashBack screen recorder.
  3. if you mean like in pvsyst , i sure that pvsol didn't have this option
  4. Hello! I tried to search the forums but I couldn't find the solution. Is it possible somehow to record the Sun's course animation using PV*SOL or I should use some kind on on screen recording program? Best regards
  5. Dear Miguel, thank you for your questions regarding the consumption profiles. All load profiles have a resolution of at least one hour. Most predefined load profiles have a resolution of 15min or 1min. In case of the BDEW profiles it is 15min. You can see the number of values when selecting the profile: Or, when having selected the profile, you'll see the resolution in the status on the right: The actual profile can be analysed after the simulation, at Results -> Simulation -> Diagram Editor. There you have either the option to select the consumption time series or the carpet plot: These diagrams will also be available directly on the consumption page in our new major release PV*SOL premium 2021 R1 (planned for November 2020), so that they are more accessible. This feature will also be added in the next major release PV*SOL premium 2021 R1 (planned for November 2020). It was available in past releases, however, so if you wish, you can refer to this thread to see your options: Hope that helps, kind regards, Martin
  6. Hello, I am a new user of PVSol and I am facing some problems to understand the different consumption profiles available. After reading the consumption section available in the website, I have the following questions: When I choose a measured load profile (example BDEW commercial load profile G1), I can only see the monthly values. Does it mean that in those curves the hourly consumtion is constant? When I choose a daily load profile, is there a way to specify that the consumption is different on different days in a week? Example if a business does not run on a weekend, the consumption value decreases. I see how to create a different profile for saturday and sunday but I do not understand than if the actual consumption is assumed to be the same every day of the month or if there is a difference. Thank you in advance.
  7. Hi 👍 I'm trying to figure out how; in the cashflow table, the Feed-in / Export Tariff value & Electricity Savings values are calculated please? I checked the help site but I don't think the page covers this; https://help.valentin-software.com/pvsol/calculation/financial-analysis/ As a back-story; I'm trying to replicate the PV Sol values just out of interest and because we hand this information to customers so best to understand it completely, although I'm not the best at maths. I'm about £1.00-£15.00 out on the first year. I've attached a link to the file I'm using to try and replicate the PV Sol values below. I've highlighted the cells I want to match in Purple, they are in the 'Year' tab and 'PV Cashflow data' tab. It's possible my formulas are using the wrong data column in the .csv file - there are so many similar columns. Or there is something else I don't exactly know, but there is only so much digging before I ask for advice. Thank you! https://cornwallsuperhomes-my.sharepoint.com/:x:/g/personal/jordan_nakedsolar_co_uk/EVT48ZF4P_xHskgosU4KJIgBBAtYPF7JbLUJYEbeuRZpeA?e=exQ7aI
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  9. Hello Lee, the message that there is no internet connection available is not related to paying for an update or so. Updates are always included if you have a valid software maintenance contract. When you purchase you get 6 months of updates for free. See more here: https://valentin-software.com/en/products/software-maintenance/ You can contact our sales team with your customer number so they can explain the details. Which version have you been purchasing? Try to download the newest version and do a fresh install, this might help: https://valentin-software.com/en/downloads/ Kind regards, Martin
  10. Hello I have reinstalled the software on my computer and granted I have not used it for sometime, ive tried to update it and it comes up saying no internet connection is there something I need to do. I do have internet connection do I need to pay for an update as I was under the impression updates were included when you purchased the software. Many Thanks Lee
  11. Thanks Martin for a quick reply. To be honest, I did not simulate this back then. I only re-ran it today. The original simulation file was from Feb 2020. I can tell you that. I used PV Sol v7 from April 2020 to re-run it today. I wish i could provide more info.Btw, i've also sent you a private message with files attached But ja, changes in simulation core explains it Thank you
  12. Dear Vishnu, yes, there have been some changes in the simulation core. If you can tell me the program version of PV*SOL that was used to run the simulations in the first place, I can identify the changes that are responsible for the change of the simulation results. You can also have a look at the changelogs here: https://valentin-software.com/en/products/pvsol-premium/ Kind regards, Martin
  13. Vishnu

    PV Sol best images

    i tried to record a similar video for one of our projects but the animation is available only for year 2017. is it possible to select the current year. i know, this may not make a big difference but, you know, marketing people can be really annoying to get these details right. no offense to marketing people reading this 😜
  14. very nice work, Jordn! This looks really amazing.
  15. Dear Ashraf, we were able to identify the problem. A solution will be published in the next release, PV*SOL premium 2020 R9. The solution will fix the issue that the automatic configuration is not able to find a valid configuration for the Sungrow SG110CX. Kind regards, Martin
  16. Hi Ricardo, thank you for notifying us of the missing inverter. I will forward this request to our database team, so that they can take care of it. You can also write to them directly for future requests at database@valentin-software.com. Kind regards, Martin
  17. Hello Valentin Team, We simulated a projekt a couple of months back and ended up with 909 kWh/kWp Spez. Jahresertrag. But when i re-run the same simulation today, to my surprise, it increased to 929 kWh/kWp. I know year 2020 has been crazy but is it really this crazy!!!??? 🙄🤔 Tja, i checked the energy balance results and i could see significant difference in multiple sections. Could you please help me understand why there is a difference here? Do you think it is because of some updates you have made or am i missing something that's changed in my simulation? I would be happy to send you the simulation file and the older pdf report in private message. Sorry i don't have 2 different pvsol files, it's the same file that i re-ran VG, Vishnu
  18. Jordn

    PV*SOL Wishlist

    One for the wishlist - an ability to model immersion diverters within the simulations please.
  19. Jordn

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    Hello there This is just something we notice everytime we export the PV Sol presentation. It's a nice to have however not necessary. We issue the PV Sol report to all our customers and there are a few items that don't need on the report. For example; we like the Project Overview, yet we don't need the schematic diagram. We like the financial analysis, yet don't need the Electricity Cost Trend diagram. Neither the Schematic diagram or the Electricity Cost Trend figure are items that can be unticked in the Presentation Options. It would be nice to opt out of these diagrams please. Also another one please, the PV Sol report can allready explain relationships of self-consumption, import and export. However I think there is a missing nice illustration to tell the story in a more digestible way. For example, I like the way the SolarEdge monitoring portal illustrates annual values in this way. It would be great to provide customers an illustration of annual values in the same way as shown below, in a PV Sol report.
  20. Jordn

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    This is a screenshot recording of the above residential development in Cornwall, UK. •90 x Candidate Properties •750 x SunPower Maxeon3 370W All Black panels in-roof •1,320m² total solar PV roof coverage •Annual Energy yield of 270,000kWh •Annual 〖CO〗_2 emissions avoided 163,000 kg •25 year Solar Panel warranty •12 year Inverter warranty •10 year Workmanship warranty Development 5.mp4
  21. THANK YOU , Martin Have a nice weekend Mads
  22. Here's the link: https://downloads.valentin.de/pvsol/setup_pvsolpremium_2019_14.exe Kind regards, Martin
  23. Good morning dear developers, I noticed that the Huawei SUN2000-40KTL inverter is not in the database, are there plans to upload it? I know I can do it myself, but I'm probably doing something wrong, as results are not as I expected, so I was just wondering. I'm attaching the datasheet (in Spanish, sorry) in case that helps. In the meantime, I'm not sure what the minimum feed-in power is for this inverter, so if you could help with that, it'd be great (I think my bad results may have to do with that). Thanks! Ficha técnica SUN2000-40KTL-US Español.pdf
  24. Thank you - where can i download pv*sol 2019 premium? Kind Regards Mads
  25. Hi Mads, thank you for your question. Unfortunately we have not yet implemented this feature that we had in the past in the new consumption dialog. We will implement it as soon as possible. Right now the only solution for you would be to define such a load profile in PV*SOL (premium) 2019 and then import it in PV*SOL (premium) 2020. Kind regards, Martin
  26. Hi there How do i define a profile where 60% consumption is in weekdays and the rest 40 % is in weekends? thanks Mads
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