Hi All. New here. I have 14 solar panels, each rated at 240 watts (30.2 Vmp, 7.95 Imp) being fed into a Frontius Primo 6000 Watt grid tie inverter. With the sun perpendicular to the panels, I've only been able to get 800 watts at the most from the inverter readout. The usual is anywhere from 300-500. I have tested each panels voltage and get ~25 to 27 volts. I should be producing at least 3000 Watts. The cable run from the panels to the inverter is ~60ft. I also used a DC amp clamp on one of the cables as it goes into the house and was getting around 0.9 amps. This is baffling me. Is it possible that a panel can produce its rated voltage but not its rated amps. Our house uses a lot of amps so the need is there I just don't understand. I would sincerely appreciate any help.