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Posted by Jocelyn Angel on Aug 24, 2015 10:09 am

#1 -  Renewable Energy > Technical Discussion: Solar Electric System - Photovoltaic > Re: Real world question
Charles,

The Flexmax 80 solar charge controller can handle 12 Canadian 255 solar panels, it will, however depend on your battery bank voltage. A 48 volt battery bank will have no problems with 12 panels, it can handle 5000 watts at maximum (per Outback). From you old set up I am guessing you are running on a 48 volt system currently? If so you should be good with the Flexmax 80. You can give us a call at 1-800-320-9514 to confirm and get a quote from one of our sales reps.

Thanks,

Jocelyn
 

Posted by Jocelyn Angel on Aug 21, 2015 09:57 am

#2 -  Renewable Energy > Technical Discussion: Solar Electric System - Photovoltaic > Re: Next to zero gains at high noon
Jessica,

Yes, this may not be a quick response; it very well may be the charge controller, but it is very difficult to say without knowing more details about your entire solar power system. If you give us a call we can look up your order and determine whether it is something we can troubleshoot over the phone, or recommend a call to the solar charge controller manufacturer for more detailed technical assistance.

Our toll free number is 1-800-320-9514.

Regards,

Jocelyn
 

Posted by Jocelyn Angel on Aug 20, 2015 02:03 pm

#3 -  Renewable Energy > RE General Discussion > Re: Backup solutions for small appliances for 2 to 3 weeks where electricity is NOT
Hi Robert,

This sounds like a great conversation to have with one of our sales representatives on the phone. Feel free to give us a call and someone will be happy to help you get started. Our toll free number is 1-800-320-9514, just follow the prompts to get you to one of our many knowledge salespersons.

Regards,

Jocelyn
 

Posted by Jocelyn Angel on Aug 3, 2015 09:30 am

#4 -  Renewable Energy > Technical Discussion: Solar Electric System - Photovoltaic > Re: Solar Installation Software
Lee,

The best software is going to depend a lot on your application and location. What were you looking for as far as results? Costs and ROI? Estimated Annual Production? Different states also have different incentives as well which is why location is so important. For now, I suggest PV watts as a good starting point: pvwatts.nrel.gov.

Regards,

Jocelyn - altE
 

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

#5 -  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 Jocelyn Angel on Jul 16, 2015 10:19 am

#6 -  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
 

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