Victron Remote Management is a free service provided by Victron Energy to remotely monitor electrical equipment all over the world.
Connecting your Victron product to the internet opens up a whole world of tools and services. Connecting is very flexible, with connectivity options for 3G, 4G, wifi and ethernet.
There are some exciting new product announcements coming to this range shortly too, including a possible industry first for Victron. Today’s news is the addition of new servers around the world that handle Victron Remote Console for GX devices, such as the new Cerbo GX.
Remote Console allows you to access a GX device connected to a Victron system from anywhere in the world – as if you were standing in front of it. New servers have just been set up in South Africa, the U.S.A and Australia, to support those already in Europe. This will improve Remote Console access speeds for Victron users around the world.
If you are outside Europe and use Remote Console, you should notice the improvements immediately, you don’t need to make any changes to the system, the system will automatically pick the best server. To use Remote Console, you will need a Victron GX device connected to the internet. You can confirm it is connected by going to Remote Console menu in the Setting menu of the GX device.
Other recent improvements to Remote tools also include full remote access to VE.Direct devices that are connected to a GX device with Victron ConnectRemote Just like Remote Console, this allows you to access VE.Direct devices just like you were standing in front of them. Able to make changes to settings and perform firmware updates via VictronConnect.