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SetApp Enabled Inverter: Firmware Updates and Release Notes

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Firmware Updates

Version Date - September 2022

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

Inverter Firmware

The CPU version for all SetApp-enabled inverters is 4.16.23
Note: For Three-phase SetApp-enabled inverters release notes click
here

Devices' firmware

Device Type Version
Smart EV Charger CPU
Controller
4.16.19
2.2.10
Smart Energy Hot Water CPU
Controller
3.10042
0.12.110

Energy Meter


Three Phase Inline Meter

Controller


Controller

0.77 / 0.1078.0


1.0.20

Backup Interface Controller 0.1.65/1.0.32
Home Network module (NCP) Controller 1.0.13

Battery firmware

Part ID Version
SolarEdge Home Battery SMCU
DCDC
BMS
1.0.53
0.0.77
0.6.4

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
1.2.18/1.2.16
1.2.18/1.2.16
2.3.0.4

Verifying the Correct Firmware Version

These firmware versions were released to SetApp packages in September 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

New Features & Enhancements

  • SolarEdge Home Hub and Home Wave inverters now support IEEE 1547:2018
  • S-series optimizers now supports “SolarEdge Sense Connect” for detecting abnormal temperatures on optimizer’s connectors. Such a detection locks production accordingly for increased safety
  • Modbus TCP over secured Wi-Fi is now officially supported for residential inverters
    • Modbus TCP over unsecured Wi-Fi is blocked
    • Modbus TCP over Wi-Fi for commercial inverters is blocked
    • Note: Modbus TCP over Ethernet and Modbus TCP over RS485 for all inverters are supported
  • New country grids:
    • Uruguay Delta (202)
    • US/IEEE1547:2018 208V (203)
    • US/IEEE1547:2018 208V No-Neutral (204)
    • US/IEEE1547:2018 240V (205)
    • US/IEEE1547:2018 240V No-Neutral (206)
    • US/IEEE1547:2018 277V (207)

Resolved issues

  • In rare cases, multi-inverter Backup event 18x101 caused production drop
  • SolarEdge Home Battery High Voltage connected via RS485 to inverter was detected only after inverter AC cycle
  • Modbus TCP over WiFi refused connection
  • Consumption power was incorrect for Inline meter connected via RS485 and configured to measure consumption.
  • In some cases, firmware upgrade may have failed
  • In some cases, SolarEdge Home battery upgrade failed
  • In some cases, ‘Error 3x6B: Battery Communication Error’ may have appeared for a moment when adding the SolarEdge Home Battery or during normal battery operation
  • In rare cases, the associated Energy Net device may have appeared under ‘Available Devices’ instead of ‘Installed Devices’ in SetApp (display issue)

Known Issues

  • In some cases, the battery error LED may light when turning on the battery
    Workaround: Reset the battery
  • In multiple battery configuration, if one battery fails DC association following batteries will fail as well.
    Workaround: solve the DC association failure cause and re-associate
  • In some cases, SolarEdge Home battery upgrade fails when the battery is in Power Save Mode.
    Workaround: Perform the upgrade again
  • 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 Home Battery firmware upgrade (from SMCU version <1.0.26) over RS485 may take ~1
  • 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 configured, battery charge/discharge display may change – display issue
  • When replacing 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
  • Resetting Synergy 120k inverter during Pre-Commissioning when solar-powered and a power-bank is not connected shuts down the system

 

Firmware Updates

Version Date - May 2022

Firmware was released for the SetApp-enabled SolarEdge Home Hub inverters with Prism Technology as well as supported devices and batteries in May 2022. Here are the details:

Inverter Firmware

The CPU version for all SetApp-enabled inverters is 4.15.119

Devices' firmware

Device Type Version
Smart EV Charger CPU
Controller
4.15.119
2.2.10
Smart Energy Hot Water CPU
Controller
3.10042
0.12.110
Energy Meter
Three Phase Inline Meter
Controller
Controller
0.75
1.0.19
Backup Interface Controller 0.1.65/ 1.0.27
Home Network module (NCP) Controller 1.0.13

Battery firmware

Part ID Version
SolarEdge Home Battery SMCU
DCDC
BMS
1.0.38
0.0.77
0.6.4

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 May 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.

New Features & Enhancements

  • SetApp now supports Hindi.
  • SolarEdge Home batteries parallel firmware upgrade via SolarEdge Home Network for reduced upgrade time is now supported by SolarEdge Home Hub inverters.
  • Standby status will always be displayed when configured to standby. Also, when battery is charging from DC or AC status will be displayed as standby.
when battery is charging from DC or AC status will be displayed as standby

 

  • Split-phase support added for SunSpec.

Resolved Issues

  • During an outage, the SolarEdge Home Battery typically transitions to backup within a few seconds. Sometimes immediate transition does not occur, and it takes a few minutes. In rare cases, the Home Battery goes into overload lock and transition to backup does not occur.
  • In rare cases, the communication board switches from the external to the internal Wi-Fi antenna.
  • When two batteries are configured, after removing one battery, SetApp may still display both batteries.

Known Issues

  • In rare cases, event 18x101 for multi-inverter backup causes a drop in production.
  • In some cases, the firmware upgrade may fail.
    • Workaround: Reset the communication board, or AC power cycle the inverter and upgrade again.
  • In some cases, the battery error LED may light up when turning on the battery.
    • Workaround: Reset the battery.
  • In multiple battery configuration, if one battery fails DC association, the remaining batteries will fail as well.
    • Workaround: Solve the DC association failure cause and re-associate the batteries.
  • In some cases, SolarEdge Home battery upgrade fails.
    • Workaround: Perform the upgrade again.
  • In rare cases, the associated Home Network device may appear under ‘Available Devices’ instead of ‘Installed Devices’ in SetApp (display issue)
    • Workaround: Disconnect and reconnect the SetApp to the inverter.
  • In rare cases, SetApp may show the incorrect battery power or energy.
  • When the battery SoE reaches 100%, it may discharge by a few percent before starting to charge again.
  • SolarEdge Home Battery firmware upgrade (from SMCU version up to 1.0.26) over RS485 may take around 1 hour.
  • Switching from SolarEdge Home Network to RS485 requires removal of the SolarEdge Home Network module from the inverter and the inverter’s AC cycle.
  • Swapping the SolarEdge Home Network module to a different inverter requires support assistance
  • When MSC is configured, the display of the battery charge/discharge may change.
    • Note, this is only a display issue.
  • When replacing inverter and associating the existing batteries on site, sometimes the batteries may appear as (0)
    • Workaround: Re-associating the inverter and the batteries fixes this issue
  • Resetting the Synergy 120k inverter during pre-commissioning when solar-powered and a power-bank is not connected shuts down the system.
    • Workaround: If reset is required, reconnect the power bank before resetting.
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