Author Archives: SaulėVirė
The 2023 season starts
The 2023 season started a little late due to persistent frosts on 8 May. Real-time schedules will be available here: Lauko temperatūra, kolektoriaus temperatūra, boilerio temperatūra.
Start of the 2022 season
Ready for season 10! A new 200-litre boiler with two coils will be used from 2022. The upper coil is already connected to the heating system and in use. The lower solar coil is connected but not yet filled with … Continue reading
Beginning of the 2021 season
From 2020 April 19 the collector is filled with water. We are starting the season! The graphs in real time will be here: Outside temperature, collector temperature, boiler temperature
End of the 2020 season
The longest season since 2012. Water was released from the system on October 17th.
Beginning of the 2020 season
From 2020 April 22 the collector is filled with water. We are starting the season! The graphs in real time will be here: Outside temperature, collector temperature, boiler temperature
The controller is ready for the new 2020 season
From April 10, 2020 the controller starts collecting data.
New controller with the esp32 processor
Testing of new controller started. Throughout the 2019 season, the collector worked with a new controller that worked very steadily. It is based on a new controller for home heating system with solid fuel boiler, storage tank, hot water boiler. … Continue reading
Season 2019 is over
September 27, 2019 was the last time the sun warmed the water. It was the best season since 2012.
Beginning of the 2019 season
April 7, 2019 solar collector filled with water, new controller connected, graphs in real time will be here: O_2019- air temperature, K_2019- collector temperature, B_2019- boiler temperature
Preparing for the 2019 season
A new generation solar controller is being tested. The esp8266 processor (ESP-12E module) connects to the Internet wirelessly (WiFi), controlled via a web browser from a computer or mobile phone. The Beta version of the app is here. Short-term data … Continue reading