Multi Kw 48v to 240v grid tie inverter?
I have the panel, breakers, wire all bought I'm going to start putting in the expanded 240v power system to reach out towards where the ground mount panels will be as soon as I'm not working 50 to 60 hour weeks.
I don't want to do a typical grid tie where I run the DC voltage at 100 to 500 volts. I know it saves on copper costs, but I have nearly unlimited 8, 6 and 4 gauge cable. Plus I want to lay all the ground work for 48v gird tie so one day if I decide I want to go off grid all I have to do is change the grid tie inverter for a charge controller and bring in the batteries, stand alone inverter and not have to completely rewire everything from the solar panels to the inverter, possible future charge controller area.
I want to use big 72 cell panels, 260 to 310 watts each wiring them 2 in serries, probably put 4 or 6 panels per ground mount station.
But I'm not sure which grid tie inverter I should get.
Most of the 48v grid tie inverters I find are micro inverters and appear to be junk. A lot of these 48v micro inverters dont look like they could handle the power from two 300w panels in serries.
All the big inverters I find are for high voltage only.
Is there a reasonable 2kw to 6kw 48v to 240v grid tie inverter out there that I'm just not finding?
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