Ralph Day wrote: »
Do you have automatic or manual louvres to stop reverse convection cooling at night? I imagine there would be a flow of cold air out the bottom if not.
dwh wrote: »
Overall, pretty good. Nice balance between the 50% discharge rule on the battery and the ability to recharge it from 410w of PV. For the cold though I think you should be okay adding another battery without upgrading the PV.
I wouldn't trust that Power Jack half as far as I could throw it. Besides almost certainly being a blatant violation of your electric utility's terms of service, that company makes cheap (and dangerous) crap:http://ludens.cl/Electron/chinverter/chinverter.html
(Yes, I know that page is about a different inverter. But it's from the same company.)
Plug-in grid-tie inverters are a new phenomena, so they haven't yet been addressed by the powers that be. If I were a betting man I would put my money on that sort of gadget being explicitly outlawed in the not too distant future.
InVenture wrote: »
* Grid-Tie?? This is not a grid-tie system.
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