energy flow management functions as usual: in the first step, the Fronius Smart
Meter measures how much power is being fed into the grid and how much is being
drawn from it. This data can then be displayed in the Fronius Solar.web online
portal and analysed.
In the second step, the loads and the consumers are defined. For example, these could be a heat pump, a pool pump, a wallbox for charging an electric car or an air conditioning system. The digital outputs allow up to four consumers to be prioritised with PV energy. This means that, when there is a surplus of PV energy, it will be used for your own consumers first.
When combined with a battery or a thermal storage solution, the four digital outputs provide the perfect opportunity to maximise your rate of self-consumption. With the Fronius Ohmpilot and the Fronius Energy Package, Fronius has two solutions that allow excess energy to be used to generate heat, for example for hot water, and excess energy generated during the day to be used at night time.