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Halfcrazy

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Re: New Off Grid Inverter Charger
« Reply #495 on: January 02, 2017, 11:01:44 AM »
I have passed this on to my web guru
Changing the way wind turbines operate one smoke filled box at a time

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Re: New Off Grid Inverter Charger
« Reply #496 on: January 02, 2017, 07:45:37 PM »
Nice to see the integrated MPPT modules, the one box B17 will do everything concept.
What about a nice grunty PWM only solar controller 200 to 300A at 12,24,48,120 volts?  I can see the usefulness of MPPT for wind turbine and water turbine systems but with the ever lowering cost of PVs and their easy availability there is a valid design approach  of just maxing out the number of PVs and PWM charging batteries and not be concerned about power point tracking.

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Re: New Off Grid Inverter Charger
« Reply #497 on: January 02, 2017, 09:41:22 PM »
Since this appears to be a modular plug in Chassic for various modules I was wondering if there is a power bus and a computer/data bus in the chassis? If so then will the specs and details be made available for this?
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Classic 250, 150,  20 140watt PVs, 2Kw turbine, MN ac Clipper, Epanel/MNdc, Trace SW3024E (1997), Century 1050Ah 24V lead acid (1999). Arduino power monitoring and web server.
Off grid 4/2000 red 911 5/2000, 1st speed tkt 6/2000, 4th red 911, 26 tkts, none since 1/2010.
West Auckland, New Zealand