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Author Topic: Tigo Voltage Optimisers versus Enecsys micro-inverters  (Read 934 times)
Sythehouse
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« on: January 17, 2012, 03:22:28 PM »

I'm evaluating 3 bids for a solar PV system for our house probably comprising 15 Sanyo HIT 250watt panels.  There's a bit of a shading issue so 2 companies have proposed Enecsys micro-inverters and the other has proposed Tigo Voltage Optimisers instead.

I see quite a lot of people on this forum have used Enecsys micro-inverters, sometimes with mixed results.  Has anybody used Tigo optimisers and if so, how are they performing?
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