Victron’s Venus OS on a Raspberry Pi, install and configuration

Ben Stein

Ben Stein

Publisher of Panbo.com, passionate marine electronics enthusiast, 100-ton USCG master.

3 Responses

  1. Mic says:

    Nice write up. Have you, or anyone else, experimented with adding analog inputs to a Raspberry/VenusOS setup? I know there are ADC’s available for Raspberry Pi, but what to chose, and what about software integration with the VenusOS? The analog inputs I’d be interested in would be for various system voltages, tank levels and temperatures. Maybe forum readers could post links here if they come across any useful info.

  2. Mic says:

    And, the VenusOS Large image with Node-RED might help with the doing useful things with the analog data that it collects.
    https://www.victronenergy.com/live/venus-os:large

    A tip-o-hat to VE for supporting the DIY community!

  3. WD says:

    I have a CerboGX and enjoy remotely monitoring my boat’s battery & charging systems. The Victron app even gives me n2k data on my water and fuel tank levels. Question; how do I get remote access to my n2k wind data ? Speed? Direction? Gusts? My Raymarine Axiom chartplotters display this data which originates as analog signals from the masthead sensor and is converted to digital n2k signals. Does this open source programming address other remote monitoring possibilities?

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