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openplanet

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Anyone recognize this protocol?
« on: December 10, 2019, 09:05:01 AM »
Gents--Attached is the COMS protocol for my LiFePO4 batteries.  Does this look like MODBUS, CANBUS, some variant thereof, or a totally custom system?  I need to us a Pi or Arduino to read SOC & voltage, and toggle various elements of my system.  Posting this in the Arduino forum as well.  Thank you.
BTW--Can anyone recommend a specific RS485-to-USB adapter that WORKS!?
Two 1.5 kW arrays --> two Classic 150s --> WbJr. --> four parallel 100 Ah/48 volt rack mount LiFePO4 --> Outback FXR3048 inverter.

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Re: Anyone recognize this protocol?
« Reply #1 on: December 11, 2019, 12:39:46 AM »

It doesn't look like either one of those two protocols to me.

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Re: Anyone recognize this protocol?
« Reply #2 on: December 11, 2019, 04:35:38 AM »
@OpenPlanet  I use a USRIOT device with RS485 & RS323 (D sub) ModBus to Ethernet converter.https://www.usriot.com/products/modbus-serial-to-ethernet-converters.html

There are several models to choose from.  but there is another serial to wifi & Ethernet converter.
https://www.usriot.com/products/serial-to-wifi-converter.html

Hope that is of help.
Classic-200, Samlex EVO-4024 Inverter/Charger, 2080W of Canadian Solar CS-260P in 2 strings of 4,  8x Rolls Surette S-550 24V/856Ah battery bank.  1, 24V/400AH LiFePO4 pack (new)
System Detail: http://midniteftp.com/forum/index.php?topic=4643.0