be4energy Monitoring

Solarfox® Solar display &

be4energy Solar Monitoring

Solar display for be4energy solar monitoring

With the be4energy web portal, owners of photovoltaic systems can monitor their power generation and system status. Solarfox displays can call up and visualise the data from the be4energy portal.

For the use of a Solarfox® display to visualise the energy data, only an Internet connection is required on site. The system is therefore compatible with any photovoltaic system with be4energy inverters, the only requirement is an Internet connection via LAN or WLAN. This has the advantage that you do not need any direct cabling between the be4energy monitoring and the Solarfox display. This gives you maximum flexibility to select any location for the solar display installation.

Display options of the solar display

  • General information about the photovoltaic system
  • Current plant output (plant capacity utilization)
  • Visualization of the power yield
    (daily, monthly, annual and total yield)
  • Power consumption / internal consumption (optional)
  • CO2 avoidance
  • Weather Forecast
  • Sunrise and sunset
  • Own information or advertising content (texts and images)
  • Dashboard - All information at a glance
  • optional: visitor welcome, videos, PDF files, etc.
Solar Monitoring


Köpenicker Straße 325
(Haus 11) 
12555 Berlin


P: + 49 (0)30 657 624 50
F: + 49 (0)30 657 624 59


Solar Display - Solar dashboard from Solarfox
The ideal combination: be4energy and Solarfox solar display

Communication between be4energy and Solarfox display

  1. The photovoltaic system generates direct current.
  2. The be4energy inverter converts solar energy into alternating current.
  3. The yielded information is transmitted directly from the be4energy inverters to the be4energy monitoring portal on the Internet.
  4. After a Solarfox online account has been created, the Solarfox® web server accesses the data in the be4energy Monitoring Portal and generates a slideshow that you can configure individually via web browser.
  5. The Solarfox® display accesses the data of the Solarfox web server via the Internet and displays the data in a slideshow as a visually appealing way. To do this, the display only needs to retrieve data via the Internet through port 80.
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