Asoka has introduced the first residential solar solution, SolarLink, which employs the current in-home electrical wiring for remote monitoring and system data logging.
The SolarLink PLC adapter has connected the data logger and the inverter of the solar power system and area network internet service of the home by means of electrical wiring for data uploading to the solar service supplier. This solution has reduced the installation of the complex cable and is stronger than the variable wireless systems. It can be installed in a flexible way and lowers the cost for installation and client problems.
SolarLink has facilitated the providers to monitor the performance of the system from remote through the Internet and identifies the maintenance problems without visiting the site. This solution has offered a path to the third party solar monitoring services to give the information, so that the clients can view the amount of power produced by the system, power used and the sale of power to the utility.
Asoka’s CEO, Eric Grubel, stated that SolarLink is the main solution of the company’s modern Digital Living Service line. This solution with PLC technology and the hardware lowers the cost and time for the installers by using the residential electric wiring.
Jordan Fruge, SunCap Financial’s senior VP for sales and marketing, stated that the mission of SunCap is to offer an inexpensive and simple solar solution for the house owners with the partner installer network. The plug and play installation and new powerline technology of Asoka have helped the partners in saving money and time, and increase income and client fulfillment by providing monitoring services through the internet.