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Author Topic: Enecsys 480W Duo micro inverter - ANY GOOD ????  (Read 2549 times)
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« on: August 10, 2011, 02:26:16 PM »

I am liioing at a pair of these Duo micro inverters each plugged into two Sanyo HIT-H245E01 or Sanyo HIT-H245E01 panels. Assuming that i will not get more than 240w from the pannels in South Essex these should be fine - i asume !!!

Has anyone used them ?

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Richard
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2.16 Kw = 9 x 240w on flat roof, South facing and at 20 degrees. - Installed 26-08-10
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« Reply #1 on: August 11, 2011, 06:28:22 PM »

When you say you are "liioing at" a pair of them do you mean you are actually physically doing so?  I thought they were not being released in UK until the Autumn?

From what I have read elsewhere, I think:
- they have been having production problems whilst moving production to China
- people are reporting problems with the monitoring system
- there is one DNO(WPD) not accepting the G83 certification
- they are getting them re-certified
- they have not yet published the compatability list for that inverter (the issue will be whether they can accept Sanyo voltages)

I hope they sort it out soon as they do look a good idea for particular problem areas and I have one customer very keen to use them when available.

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Bruce
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« Reply #2 on: August 11, 2011, 06:47:56 PM »

Sorry Looking at using but i have spoken to their UK office and it is an October / November release !!!

May have to be the smaller 240 versions.

As long as the units are OK the software on the reporting side can be rectified.
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2.16 Kw = 9 x 240w on flat roof, South facing and at 20 degrees. - Installed 26-08-10
Nuclear Fussion Thermal system DeltaSol BS & DL2 - installed 25-03-11
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« Reply #3 on: August 11, 2011, 08:00:46 PM »

I'd consider waiting for the release if I were you, unless you've cash burning a whole in your wallet.
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