Download PVOutput DashClock Extension apk 1.2 free for Android smartphone

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PVOutput DashClock Extension

Posted by Scott Weston in Personalization | Sept. 29, 2013 | 5 Comments

Apk file size: 213.0 KB

If you don't have solar panels on your home or track their performance via PVOutput then this extension is not for you.

Display your PVOutput intraday details right in DashClock. This app requires Android 4.2 and DashClock.

In the small widget size it will show your current days accumulated energy generation in watt hours.

In the large widget size it shows your current days accumulated energy generation in watt hours, your most recent power level in watts and your systems overall current efficiency (in current kW per kW installed).

For this extension to operate you must set your PVOutput API key and System ID correctly in the settings for this extension after you add it to your DashClock configuration. The extension will only display data that is less than 4 hours old, if you batch your uploads then it will only display data for 4 hours after the most recent entry in the batch upload. This extension mostly makes sense for PVOutput users who upload their data in near real time.

Pro tip: Use AirDroid to copy your API Key into your devices clipboard for error free entry or set a easy to remember read only API key via the pvoutput website.

Whats new

    Version 1.2
    - improved error handling
    Version 1.1
    - better detection of when the day is finished
    - small change in how data is display in large widgets

Scott Weston part of our Personalization and have average installs from 1000 to 5000. Last Update Sept. 29, 2013. Google play rating is 75.0. Current verison is 1.2. Actual size 213.0 KB.

Download pvoutput-dashclock-extension.apk 213.0 KB

5 Comments

Jost Diederichs

Very nifty! I love this widget extension. Very glad I found this. I have one request: With this widget I can only only monitor one of my two solar arrays. Would it be possible to add the capability to monitor multiple system IDs or Teams or "Virtual Teams". I checked the pvoutput API and the "get output service" command allows the specification of a team ID. I would really, really appreciate this capability. Thanks a bunch

Daniel Brunstein

What an awesome widget extension Just spent half the day setting up raspberry pi on pvoutput then tripped over this looking for a monitor app. Outstanding!

Nic Harding

Really good, works without any problems!

Sandeep Singh

Excellent I can now keep an eye on my solar generation

Francis Hughes

How did I miss this gem?! Brilliant. Great work Scott.

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