Nope. Again, no menion of a high voltage DC input from solar panels for nominal continuous operation in grid-tie mode. Bob On Sun, Jan 18, 2015 at 7:51 PM, len moskowitz via EV firstname.lastname@example.org wrote: Have a look at the Outback line.
On Jan 18, 2015, at 11:31 PM, Cor van de Water via EV email@example.com wrote: My own approach to solar would be to have it grid-intertie only That has been the ideal option for quite some time, but the utilities are starting to push hard to get dirty liberal bleeding-heart hippie solar people
Nice! And it looks like (pg 18, installation manual) you can use the bypass breakers in the GSLC to act as service disconnect if you use only one unit. Really nice system! -- View this message in context:
: +1 408 383 7626Tel: +91 (040)23117400 x203 -Original Message- From: EV on behalf of Zeke Yewdall via EV Sent: Sun 1/18/2015 3:38 PM To: Electric Vehicle Discussion List Subject: Re: [EVDL] Cheap solar for EV charging I don't know of any currently available battery based
Have a look at the Outback line. www.outbackpower.com/outback-products/inverters-chargers/item/radian-series-gs8048 Len Moskowitz - On Sun, Jan 18, 2015 at 06:38 PM, Zeke Yewdall via EV wrote: I don't know of any currently available battery based inverters that can accept a PV array
To continue the efficiency debate for y our solar carport, there are some very low prices at http://sunelec.com 28 cents/watt amorphous panels 1.1 x 1.3m 5.8w/sqft 44 cents/watt big 4' x 7.7' panels 12.8W/sqft 64 cents/watt normal 3.3' x 5.4' giving 13.6W/sqft So again, it you have PLENTY of
I don't know of any currently available battery based inverters that can accept a PV array input. They all assume that you are using a charge controller for the DC power coming into the batteries, and they only handle the power going out for the DC-AC conversion, or charge the batteries from an