The Solar-Log is supplied with power via a 24 V power supply unit (if required via a 12 V power supply unit).
The Solar-Log has a battery-buffered Real Time Clock, or RTC for short. An internal circuit ensures that the battery supplies the RTC and that it only discharges when there is no external power supply for the Solar-Log.
The RTC and therefore the respective time will continue to run in the absence of an external power supply. This is important for recording the data with the correct time stamp after the power supply has been interrupted, as it may take some time to synchronise the system time on the Internet.
The battery has been sized so that the Solar-Log Base continues to record the system time for at least 3 years from production without an external power supply.
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No! Only devices which can be directly accessed via the internet (port forwarding).
No, first someone needs to have an interest to use this open function and finally if you close a may existing open connection to the internet, no action is possible.
Solar-Log ist working with different security consultants together and we active going to react if security companies confront us with a finding. In our actually FW-development, we are going to focus stronger on security items, as we are going to play a more active roll in the filed of grid control and energy management.
Easy – follow our suggestions and use our FW-Hotfix
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