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Hello from Tassie

Postby Tazcat » Mon Dec 23, 2019 2:22 pm

We have just had installed solar on our home. At the moment I am trying to come to grips with WiFi monitoring. Our system is as follows,
2 strings 12x315W JA panels = 3.78kW each. Total 7.56kW into 2 3kW Sungrow inverters. Our home has a 2 phase configuration. There was much discussion on how this system should be set up with a road block at the length of cable 177 metres between the meter box and the house. As luck would have it 2-25mm cables kept the voltage rise below the arbitrary 2%. Up to date all is working well. Some installers will try and talk you into a single phase setup which is just plain wrong and I guess this is because of the highly competitive nature of the industry and the complexity of solar that the client must try and absorb.
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Re: Hello from Tassie

Postby Tracker » Mon Jun 15, 2020 5:04 pm

How did you go..
Do you export much power..
Just thinking that if you don't export, or minimally export, you have less chance of trouble ..
I use a CATCH POWER system that pumps EXCESS POWER into hot water.. So very little export at next to nothing..
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2 x CMS2000 (fan cooled) GCI and SE 170W panels
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Governments won't save the world :-) They will just TAX it :-(
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