Locus Energy, a performance monitoring and data analytics platform provider for the distributed solar photovoltaic (PV) market, announced that its platform supports direct integration of solar performance data feeds from Campbell Scientific data logging hardware. Campbell Scientific is a provider of data loggers, data-acquisition systems, and measurement and control products. Locus Energy’s unique application program interface allows users of Campbell Scientific data loggers to seamlessly implement Locus Energy’s fleet management and data analytics solutions.
Campbell Scientific hardware users can now easily implement Locus Energy’s cloud-based asset management software, SolarNOC. The software provides enterprise-class tools for fleet managers to collect, organize and assess performance data from a diverse set of solar PV assets. Additionally, they can use Locus Energy’s PVIQ Suite of advanced analytics tools. The tools offer real-time intelligence on performance, allowing asset managers to easily identify which systems are not meeting performance expectations and the reasons for that underperformance.