Solaris service provider iot has just updated its documentation to include the “Tune in to the sun” service.
The new documentation, which has been published by the Solaris community on its website, explains that if you’re in a sunless or shade-limited environment, you should use the iot service provider for your device, and not the default “default” solar panel installation service provider.
The service provider also says that if a device has been connected to a non-solar panel, it must be configured as a “solar-in” device.
The iot page goes on to list “tune-in to the solar” service, which is a way for the device to connect to the system.
“When you enable the Tune-in-to-the-sun service, the solar panel on your device will be automatically tuned into the sun.
If you want to keep the solar-in mode active, you can enable the “Automatic tuning in” option on the Settings tab.
The solar panel will not be automatically tuned in until the device is connected to the Solar System.”
As of this writing, iot does not have a way to configure the default solar panel configuration service for devices connected to solar panels.
In a previous update, iutv also said it was “complementing the Solar Installed Services” feature of Solaris by adding “tunes in to your solar panels” to the app.
The “tuned-in solar” option is available in the app and is enabled by default.
This is the first time iot’s “tuned in to solar” feature has been added to the company’s app, though, so the feature has yet to be activated.
iot says the “tuning in to sun” feature works on all solar devices.
The service provider adds that it is compatible with “all solar devices on Windows, Linux, and macOS.”
“If your device is a Windows computer, Windows 7 or Windows 8.1 device, a Mac device, or a Linux device, it is possible to tune-in with a solar-based solar panel.”