W0SD wrote: »
I am going to wait for the upcoming MPPT Morningstar(November ?) and try it.
crazybill wrote: »
I finally found the time to get on the roof and wire the panels parallel instead of series.
Series voltage was around 40 volts. Now the panel voltage is 20 volts, lightly loaded. The interference is now gone.
I guess the greater step down in voltage was causing the controller to work harder.
Anyway, thanks for everyone's help.
niel wrote: »
i guess i may need to come up with a better centralized supply rather than many wall adapters. i'm thinking in the area of about 5a may be good, but if i get any more cameras with leds i may need more current. any ideas on a cheap switcher in that 5a area guys? linear would be easy to do with ic regulators, but linear runs hot and is wasteful.
Vic wrote: »
Had wanted to run a test of the X MPPT-150 SCC (as it claims FCC Class , but it had a factory bug, which requires my buying doo-dad (or renting one), which does not seem very friendly of Schneider, to not disclose this for a "field Fierware updatable CC", and it is a Factory BUG -- the CC lies about it's charge mode. Guess my days of buying their products have passed.
JMHO, 73 GL Vic