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Posted by Jocelyn Angel on Jul 28, 2015 05:53 pm

#81 -  Renewable Energy > Technical Discussion: Solar Electric System - Photovoltaic > Re: framelees solar panel
Preciado,

Your best option will be to contact the panel manufacturer to recommend the best installation methods and who can provide appropriate racking as frame-less panels are quite unique and will not work with most solar mounting manufacturers.

Kind Regards,

Jocelyn @ altE
 

Posted by Hunter York on Jul 28, 2015 11:31 am

#82 -  Renewable Energy > For Sale > Outback Sealed M-Series Inverter/Charger FX2012MT (60Hz) - $1,000
Purchased in August 2014, this mobile/marine charger is used but in excellent condition! Includes all original parts and documentation.

True sine wave output, stackable, weather-resistant, and comes with a 5-year warranty from original purchase.

http://www.outbackpower.com/outback-products/inverters-chargers/item/sealed-fx2012mt
 

Posted by Preciado Carlos on Jul 27, 2015 04:32 pm

#83 -  Renewable Energy > Technical Discussion: Solar Electric System - Photovoltaic > framelees solar panel
a customer buy frameless solar panels, anyone know how to install and where the fittings are bought
 

Posted by Jeannie Nunn on Jul 16, 2015 11:42 pm

#84 -  Renewable Energy > Technical Discussion: Small Wind Power > Re: Small Hydro project
HI:
    THE SC -3215  solar charge contronller is for   solar , and your system is hydraulic electrogenerating . so  it is differents can't using together . we have MPPT solar charge controller series only for solar , we sorry about that . 
 

Posted by Jocelyn Angel on Jul 16, 2015 10:19 am

#85 -  Renewable Energy > Technical Discussion: Solar Electric System - Photovoltaic > Re: Help me choose a solar charge controller please
Hi Jing,

We would be happy to help you choose the right charge controller for your system. First we would need a little more information. How many panels do you currently have and what is the open circuit voltage? My initial thought based on what I am seeing here is Midnite's Kid MPPT charge controller may be good fit as far as price and getting the technology you desire (see link to our webpage below). To confirm,  feel free to call us here at the store to discuss over the phone so we can be sure to get you the right equipment.

http://www.altestore.com/store/Charge-Controllers/Solar-Charge-Controllers/MPPT-Solar-Charge-Controllers/Midnite-Solar-Charge-Controllers/Midnite-Solar-The-KID-30A-MPPT-Charge-Controller-150V-Black/p11138/


Kind Regards,

Jocelyn - Technical Sales
877-878-4060 ext 165
 

Posted by Jing Wei on Jul 15, 2015 11:43 pm

#86 -  Renewable Energy > Technical Discussion: Solar Electric System - Photovoltaic > Help me choose a solar charge controller please
My setup 300Ah battery bank (12V) Solar panels (18V) 300W
Placement of panels not ideal but good enough. Panels are vertically mounted.
Help me choose a good quality charger controller. I would like to maximize my charging time and optimize my panel supply. I am keen on MPPT, but just cant find one I like that is within my budget. Is the PWM really going to be a poorer choice for my 12V 300W system?
Please advise? Where to purchase as well would be great as well!
 

Posted by Jeannie Nunn on Jul 1, 2015 02:24 am

#87 -  Renewable Energy > Technical Discussion: Solar Electric System - Photovoltaic > Re: Cost for an installer to setup a 2.6kw micro inverter system for example
We are professional solar PV system company , any question you can ask me ! contacts me by email
2799784036 @ qq.com 
 

Posted by Cecilia lazo on Jun 30, 2015 11:48 pm

#88 -  Renewable Energy > RE General Discussion > Re: Need some advice
@ Tom Thanks for the advice Tom. Simple things but I should check if we have those.
@ Jeni You seem to know a lot about these companies. Do you have any experience with them? We are actually going to ask for a quote for energy management solutions. Maybe at the end of the week.
 

Posted by Jeni Garnett on Jun 29, 2015 07:30 am

#89 -  AltE > Discussion > Re: Green Computing Tips
Your tips are so easy to do but has a big impact when it comes to our environment. Thanks for sharing.
 

Posted by Jeni Garnett on Jun 29, 2015 07:25 am

#90 -  Renewable Energy > RE General Discussion > Re: Need some advice
You can get the services of a management company that caters utility expense management services. I know there are companies that provide solutions and will help their clients to proactively manage their energy in the most cost effective way.
 

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