boB wrote: »
Yes, I see that but it is only an ad for this product. You would think that the company would have that product on their web site too. I think they are just
slow on this one and it will eventually be on their site too. The manuals for products are online, right ? The manual for this CC should eventually also be up there.
That's something that probably won't be in a magazine.
XWGuy wrote: »
Sorry this isn't readily available on our corporate website yet. The suggested MSRP for the US market is currently set at $1599, but final prices are set by distributors and dealers.
Solar Guppy wrote: »
Nice to see some presence from Xantrex / Schneider ... I have a hunch we once worked on a few projects together back in the GT/XW days
On the price, its pretty common for "retail" pricing to be quite a bit higher than street pricing, I personally believe the pricing is inline with what would have to be inside the box and inline with the people who buy the XW-6048's ... these are the ones that have whole house power centers.
Can it be done cheaper with a 700 dollar 80 amp Outback or Apollo?, not by much when you factor in the wiring cost.
Vic wrote: »
However, have been able to find the GT5.0 size tool via the following path:
Google schneider electric ... click " products and services " ... in the search box at the upper right of the page, type " gt5.0 " ... click the search result labelled 864-1009 . on the lower right, there should be a button ... " sizing tools " under "Additional Link " OMIT any/all of hte quotation makrs.
Vic wrote: »
There is probably a better path, this is the one that has worked for me.
BUT, yes it is too bad. And might frustrate some of the troops.
Schneider is a bit of a large company. Many product lines are on this one site ... this might just make the process of finding info feel a bit heavy.
Am trying to not snipe too much at Schneider. Before the integration of most of the Xantrex line into Schneider, data was easier to find, and info on this CC was available (I'll swear).
But this CC appears to be a nice product, and fills a vacant slot in what's available.
Hope S soon gets data and all the tools on their site. Vic
solarix wrote: »
I've been waiting for some time for a HV CC to add on a battery back-up capability to GT systems. Most customers balk at the $5-8K needed to do this with a Sunny Island and it is too late to convert over to an XW system.