AlanHansonAlanHanson Registered Users Posts: 1
Hi all I have read a lot of the posts and have a couple of questions that I am hoping someone can advise me on.
I am looking at getting a grid tie system(none batteries.)
It Would be 5 kw system .
The panels would be split into 2 runs over to separate parts of the roof.they would both be facing the same direction though.question one am I. Better with 2 invertors one for each run?.
I also read on one of the threads about temperature considerations.i presume this doesn't need to be a consideration in the Carribbean forgot to add the system would be in the grenadines bwi.
Any help or other considerations greatly appreciated
Thanks alan


  • solar_davesolar_dave Solar Expert Posts: 2,382 ✭✭✭✭
    Re: Carribbeansystem

    If both sets have equal exposure then one inverter should work fine.

    Temp is a factor and about the only thing you can do is to make sure you have adequate ventilation around the panels. Mine get pretty hot here in the AZ sun.
  • jeffkrusejeffkruse Solar Expert Posts: 205 ✭✭✭
    Re: Carribbeansystem

    The temp in some parts of Puerto Rico can be as low as 40 degrees although the lowest I have seen is 60 degrees.
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