Cariboocoot wrote: »
Don't expect Enphase to honour their warranty if the units are powered by "not on the list" panels.
XRinger wrote: »
....Enphase will not be responsible for, any defect in or
damage to any Enphase Micro-Inverter: (1) that has been misused, neglected, tampered with,
altered, or otherwise damaged, either internally or externally; (2) that has been improperly
installed, operated, handled or used, including use under conditions for which the product was
not designed, use in an unsuitable environment, or use in a manner contrary to the Enphase User
Manual or applicable laws or regulations; (3) that has been subjected to fire, water, generalized
corrosion, biological infestations, acts of God, or input voltage that creates operating conditions
beyond the maximum or minimum limits listed in the Enphase Micro-Inverter specifications,
including high input voltage from generators or lightning strikes; (4) that has been subjected to
incidental or consequential damage caused by defects of other components of the solar system;
or (5) if the original identification markings (including trademark or serial number) of such
Micro-Inverter have been defaced, altered, or removed. The Limited Warranty does not extend
beyond the original cost of the Enphase Micro-Inverter.