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Sy-GWV Series Smart Gridtie Micro inverter My grid tie inverter is 60 volt max 600 watts, 50 amp I keep getting a high fault code on the inverter. I get an output reading from the solar panel at 57.3 volts but it surges to 68.2 sometimes I have been using the panels by covering them with cardboard about a quarter of the panel. It looks kinda tacky!
You could use a PWM solar charge controller , to better regulate your voltages , but most grid tied inverters don't require them as they allow for a slightly higher voltages into them , a better situation would to maybe move half of your panels to another orientation , so that half your panels get full sun say sunrise to mid day and the other half miday to dusk this would produce a longer power supply than just all of them for midday sun plus would work better in the off seasons as well
Posted on Mar 11, 2016
I like to ask, is the voltage from the solar panel messure with some load connected or is open circuit, normally solar panels produce high voltage than the working system, the reasson for that is to have Amperes in of to charge the batery, these is related to the size and power generated by the panel.
No need a resistor or in any case use a voltage regulator to prevent over charge.
Posted on Apr 21, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Low voltage output from inverter
I am thinking this a high impediance device problem and this is normal operation - the user manual of my inverter warns about use with high impediance devices - if not I am interested also...
Posted on Mar 03, 2009
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this solution would likely work fine if you were only looking to have 110vac power. In order to have 220vac from two 110vac devices, you would need expensive equipment, and technical knowledge.
What you need to do in order to get 220vac is buy an inverter that will provide 220vac. There are many available.
Hope that helps.... Good Luck!
Posted on Nov 27, 2009
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