Got me a Sunny Boy tower. It has 1 inverter and pretty much everything to connect it to #solar panels. $200 bucks… LOL. My first Craigslist haul towards a 5kw system for my brothers house.

Got me a Sunny Boy tower. It has 1 inverter and pretty much everything to connect it to solar panels. $200 bucks… LOL. My first Craigslist haul towards a 5kw system for my brothers house. submitted by /u/Werefreeatlast to r/SolarDIY [link] [comments] top scoring links : multi

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Tricky first solar project

Tricky first solar project Hello all! I am doing a project installing outdoor LED lighting in a small island at a entrance to a neighborhood. I’m needing to install 6 lights for about a total of 70w. The only power to that island appears to be some 12v for the keypad entry. I’d need to plug in a 100w transformer I believe. There may be a way to skip the transformer that I haven’t come across in my research yet. I’m 100% open to any suggestions. I’d imagine I’d need…

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DIY 11.78 kw install so far…

DIY 11.78 kw install so far… I’ve been working on my 11.78 kw install on my home the past month this is where I’m at so far. Our usage is about 15,500 kwh/yr. We have 2 roofs: East at 109 degrees 27 degree pitch and West 289 degrees and 27 degree pitch with a standing seam roof. I’m using 38 Silfab SLA-M 310 panels and a SolarEdge 7600 HD Inverter as 2 strings. It will clip about 0.8% as installed. Sadly no one has the SE10000HD Inverter available yet. So…

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Solar ups project- my first

Solar ups project- my first UpsModel Cables on upsUps batteries Cable Hi there this is my first solar DIY project. I found an old UPS device that I might be able to use as the inverter so I took out the batteries and took pictures of the device to see what pointers you guys can give me like what charge controller should I use and what type of batteries I should use and what type of cabling I should buy the main purpose of this project is to power a…

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DIY uses for 600v panels

DIY uses for 600v panels I have two new 600V panels that were going to be thrown away at work. Just curious if there are any DIY projects that I could use them for, I would love to be able to build a little battery array or power some lights off of them if that’s doable. Any way to accomplish this in a relatively cost effective way? submitted by /u/Invisible_Blue_Man to r/SolarDIY [link] [comments] top scoring links : multi

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