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Ragulin´s DIY PowerWall
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Hi!
    

This is my progres and actual status, 896 active cells. 

Actual specification is 14S64P and capacity 7,4 kWh.

My EPsolar iTracer 45A 

 

My PV test array. 4 x Solyndra 200Wp.
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Very nice setup! Got any more pics?
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Nice, what are the specs?
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Upon request, I added additional information. Gradually I will try to expand it further.
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#5
Nice setup, interesting solar panels but are thoses really interesting ? I see they are optimised for flat roof but it's 200WC rated for 2.5m² and don't seems cheap. It will be interesting to have your feedback about theses 360° tubes.
Current setup: 21x 215wc poly, 7.5kWh 7s 18650, PIP 2424msxe.
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Cool solar panels. Cylindrical Cells.
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(05-29-2017, 08:59 AM)coolfx Wrote: Nice setup, interesting solar panels but are thoses really interesting ? I see they are optimised for flat roof but it's 200WC rated for 2.5m² and don't seems cheap. It will be interesting to have your feedback about theses 360° tubes.

For my instalation they are ideal. I have a disadvantageously oriented roof (to west). I did not want to (I could not) install complicated structures for support standart panels in ideal position on the roof.

I paid 123USD / pcs so price is OK for me.

A great benefit of these panels is that from spring to autumn, the works pretty well (from 7am to 7pm). In winter, performance is small, as the sun is low over the horizon and angle between sun and panel is big.

It is also a great asset to me that they do not have a significant peak of production at noon, so I do not have to have such powerful MPPTs, thick cables and circuit breakers.

Yesterday I produce 1,1kWh/panel. 

I'm waiting for a new MPPT to deliver, because my one is defective and it can not exactly find the maximum working point. After that I will produce even more.
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It look like a good daily output and nice price, what I say quickly searching the internet was around 200USD/pcs.

Thanks for the feedback, it's really interesting to have result from different panels.
Current setup: 21x 215wc poly, 7.5kWh 7s 18650, PIP 2424msxe.
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What kind of Solar Panel is this... is new to me. Any specs?
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(05-30-2017, 09:20 AM)Dan Lim Wrote: What kind of Solar Panel is this... is new to me. Any specs?


Something for read about Solyndra panels:
https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B5wWKYp...sp=sharing

This PDF is for 100 series, I have 200 series.

Solyndra company bankrupt in 2011 but the panels are still available.

Today I bought and brought another 8 panels on the trailer.
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