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Old 12-09-2016, 11:37 AM   #21
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dalez...That's one step more detailed than I've gotten. Up until yesterday, I was still considering micro inverters vs power optimizers. These are now out as I can wire the panels in parallel for the same benefit. My goal is to make the system as efficient and effictive as I reasonable can and avoiding as many single points of failure as possible. Your recommendation may help do that.
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Old 12-09-2016, 11:43 AM   #22
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Check out, they sell panels by the palletload fairly cheap. Higher voltage house panels mostly. I'm wanting to run a 48v battery bank as well. The panels are mid to low 30v range, so you need a BOOST charge controller. Most are BUCK, as in they need panels with much higher voltage than the batteries. The MPT-7210 is a good example of a boost charge controller. But, it's only 10 amps, so you'd need one for each panel.
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