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SetApp-Enabled Inverter: Firmware Updates and Release Notes

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Firmware Updates

Version Date - January 2022

Firmware for the SetApp-enabled inverter as well as supported devices and batteries was released in January 2022. Here are the details:

Inverters’ firmware

The CPU version for all SetApp-enabled inverters is 4.14.222.

Devices' firmware

Device Type Version
Smart EV Charger CPU
Controller
4.14.222
2.2.10
Smart Energy Hot Water CPU
Controller
3.10041
0.12.106
Energy Meter
Three Phase Inline Meter
Controller
Controller
0.74
1.0.17
Backup Interface Controller 0.1.65
Energy Net module (NCP) Controller 1.0.12

Battery firmware

Part ID Version
SolarEdge Energy Bank SMCU
DCDC
BMS
1.0.30
0.0.70
0.6.3

LG RESU10H DCDC

 

 

LG RESU10H BMS

5010, 7010
5020, 7020


100

5.4.6
5.4.8


1.4.6.0

LG RESU10H Prime DCDC
LG RESU16H Prime DCDC
LG RESU10H/16H Prime BMS
1010
1610
0
1.2.5/1.2.12
1.2.5/1.2.12
2.3.0.4

Verifying the Correct Firmware Version

These firmware versions were released to SetApp packages in January 2022 for all SolarEdge SetApp- enabled devices. To verify the version is updated on the device after the upgrade process, use SetApp to connect to the device, and verify the firmware versions match the tables above (or show higher versions).
Improvements included in this version will apply only after the version is updated on the device. This requires connecting to the device's Wi-Fi and upgrading the firmware.

 

Release Notes

The new feature & enhancements, resolved issues, known issues, are for all the 4.14.XXX versions.

New Features & Enhancements

  • SolarEdge inverters now support AS/NZ 4777.2:2020
    • Via Australia Zone A / Australia Zone B / Australia Zone C / Australia Adjustable / New Zealand country grids.
  • SolarEdge Energy Net low & poor signal strength handling
    The Device Manager will display low & poor signal strength and will provide troubleshooting information on how to improve and fix the problem.
    The system will prevent adding devices that have a poor signal.
  • Modified country grids & names:
    • Australia Zone A (183) – previously Australia VIC
    • Australia Zone B (184) – previously Australia Essential Energy
    • Australia Zone C (185) – previously Australia Ausgrid
    • Australia Adjustable (186) – previously Australia Endeavour Energy
    • New Zealand (119) – name has not been changed (grid parameters were updated)
  • SolarEdge Energy Bank supports on-grid configurations with the Single Phase Inverter with HD-Wave Technology and StorEdge Single Phase Inverter with HD-Wave Technology
  • SolarEdge Energy Bank supports full charge/discharge from 100% SoE to 0% SoE
  • The ability to charge/discharge multiple batteries simultaneously during on-grid applications is now supported
  • All inverter types now supported by the Telit LTE modem
  • DC/AC SPD kit menus are available for Synergy technology inverters
  • Automatic RF settings are available for SolarEdge Energy Net, according to the installation country
  • Inverter production, external production, and site production functions are now supported by the SolarEdge Inline Three Phase Energy Meter. Export-Import (E+I) and Consumption are supported from previous versions
  • New country grids:
    • Japan 210V/50Hz (192)
    • Japan 210V/60Hz (193)
    • Slovenia MV (194)
    • Poland NC RFG (195)
    • Korea Low DC FGrid2 (196)
  • Modified country grids:
    • Hong Kong grid (175) - Enable Grid Protection settings
    • All Japan grid codes:
    • Active Power limit view only in the menu
    • Active Current Limit do NOT display
    • Lock-on Trip option available
       

Resolved issues

  • In case the Inline Three Phase Energy Meter is connected via RS485 and the Meter Function is set to Consumption, the Status Screen will not show the correct power values
  • In rare cases, ‘Full pack available energy’ was displayed as 0 in the Monitoring Platform
  • Battery nameplate capacity may display an incorrect value other than of 9.7kWh
  • In rare cases, a cellular connection may not have worked
  • Communication between inverter and battery via RS485 only supported one battery
  • The SoE may have been inaccurate during the first days after battery installation
  • Self-test has been completed but is shown as if it was not run
  • SolarEdge Energy Bank visibility in the Monitoring Platform dashboard and Charts screens may be delayed following battery discovery on site
  • Self-test failed with multiple batteries
     

Known Issues

  • In some cases, the SolarEdge Energy Bank error LED may light when turning on the battery for the first time
    Workaround: Reset the battery
  • In rare cases, in multiple battery configuration, if one battery fails for any reason, DC association (association between the inverter and battery) in the remaining batteries will fail as well
  • In rare cases, the pairing process between the inverters and the power optimizers may fail
    Workaround: Perform the pairing again
  • In some cases, the BMS upgrade fails. Please perform the upgrade again
  • In some cases, ‘Error 3x6B: Battery Communication Error’ may appear for a moment when adding the SolarEdge Energy Bank or during normal battery operation
  • In rare cases, the associated SolarEdge Energy Net devices may appear under ‘Available Devices’ instead of ‘Installed Devices’ in SetApp (display issue)
    Workaround: disconnect and then reconnect SetApp to the inverter
  • In rare cases, ‘Full pack available energy’ is displayed as 0 in the Monitoring Platform
  • In rare cases, SetApp may show incorrect battery power or energy
  • When the battery SoE reaches 100%, it may discharge by a few percent before starting to charge again
  • SolarEdge Energy Bank firmware upgrade (from SMCU version <1.0.25) over RS485 may take ~1 hour
  • In rare cases, when installing dual batteries with different firmware versions, both batteries may be upgraded while only one of the batteries require an upgrade
  • When two batteries are configured, after removing one battery, SetApp may still display both batteries
    Workaround: AC cycle the inverter
  • Switching from Energy Net to RS485 requires removal of the Energy Net module from the inverter and inverter’s AC cycle
  • Energy Net module swapping to a different inverter requires support assistance
  • When MSC is configured, the charge/discharge status may display the wrong status
  • When replacing an inverter and associating the existing batteries on site, sometimes the batteries may appear as (0)
    Workaround: re-associating the inverter and batteries fixes this issue
  • Three Phase Inverter with Synergy Technology up to 120kW:
    Resetting the inverter during the Pre-Commissioning process when the inverter is powered by solar and not via the power bank will shut down the system
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