RegGuheert wrote:Perhaps I am not understanding what you are saying by "only report 15-minute interval failures, down from 5-minute" as all my data is still available in 5-minute intervals.ltbighorn wrote:As an side, it seems Enphase has started making Envoys only report 15-minute interval failures, down from 5-minute, as a cost saving measure. This results in stair-stepping on the Enphase graphs (and anything that pulls from their API). Very annoying. In order to get 5-minute data back I've had to switch pvoutput from API polling to pushes from my local server polling the Envoy-S. Seems silly. If they want to cost save, they should just reduce the >30 day 5-minute interval data down to 15-minutes. Tiny savings either way, but the storage cost of the long-term data is going to way outsize the last couple weeks of data.
Hmm "failures" must have been a cut and paste error. Enphase has been transitioning customer Envoys to only report at 15-minute intervals, reduced from the previous 5-minute intervals. It seems to be a gradual rollout, as different people get converted at different times. I was about 1-2 months after the first user reports I saw, and I've seen others report being switched 4-6 weeks after I was.
A couple users have reported getting Enphase Support to switch them back (I had zero luck with that), but at least some of those have reported that it only lasted a short while and they were converted by to 15-minute reporting intervals again within a few weeks.