I am expecting Node-Red to send the following parameters to Blynk, that being the KDY and KT0 parameters, which I expect to be whole numbers... such as...
KDY = energy today (kWh) so a whole number representing the kilowatt hours, which 24A is not correct because it is not a whole number?
KT0 = energy total (kWh) I am expecting a number representing the kilowatt hours, which 52DC is not a whole number?
Here are several outputs from the debug in NodeRed...
You may notice that KT0 and KDY are sometimes numbers, and other times numbers and letters?
So, in a nutshell, I am expecting the output from the inverter to be 'massaged' somehow so it is an actual number, and not a combination of numbers and letters.
This LINK here shows how the inverter protocol was reverse engineered and provides a list of parameters (the output is shown as numbers... so not sure why I am seeing letters and numbers?)
The link above also provides a LINK to a PERL Script, but unfortunately I am not a Perl programmer, so not sure what is being done to the data from the inverter to change the output to pure numbers. I suspect a Perl programmer would probably solve the mystery easily.
From the link above they provide examples... which shows numbers without letters:-
Energy today [Wh] (KDY): 12900
Energy total [kWh] (KT0): 6356
Hope this is clear? Let me know.