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Re: Solar Energy, A Complement To FTA by DMerciful(m): 4:54pm On Dec 03
Makavele you harsh o
loool @ "trust you to incinerate me in my sleep; no way!"

While it is good to patronise made in Naija but i will only go for factory process product with seriously quality control consistent with global standard.
makavele:


trust you to incinerate me in my sleep; no way!

what he asked you is what i shall reiterate . . .

take 1 of your units; and do a physical review and/or teardown

upload the video on Youtube; paste the link here

and let us review the technicalities . .

That isn't too hard to ask for; is it?
Re: Solar Energy, A Complement To FTA by sireboy(m): 5:28pm On Dec 03
sathob:
Well, great people of FTA, I think I should start this on behalf of George_D because of the request made by others who have expressed interest in alternate electricity, especially solar energy. Our FTA independence is not complete if we are to suffer frequent power outages and been dependant on the nation’s electricity grid system always. I have read in this house many times, from members “PHCN don go off, so I will track later when they come back”. No one can run away from power outages in the main electricity grid – not even the west, it happens. Hence, we all should have alternate electricity and using renewable energy is, to me, the best. This means one can enjoy their FTA fully by being totally free and not “dom” (dominated).

Look at some advantages
• Lower or no electricity bills
• Compared to generator users, there is no fuel cost and stress of getting it and no fumes.
• People living in the remote locations where power is unavailable or too expensive to hook-up too can have electricity.
Just to mention but a few.

Without going into detail, one can enjoy electricity by means of using solar energy (energy from the sun), wind mill (using energy from the wind). Don’t forget, where there is frequent electricity supply from the utility company, you can store some energy for back up.

You will need the following to complete a solar project or back up.

1. Solar panels
2. Power Inverter
3. Charge controller
4. Batteries to store energy
5. wires and cables
6. Monitors/meters

The solar panel consists of cells called photo voltaic cells and these, covert the energy received from the sun to electricity in simple terms (this electricity is a direct current
d.c). The panels can last up to 20 years plus. The panels can be fixed, adjustable or of the tracking type. You can decide to go for a complete panel from manufacturers (already made) or build panels by yourself using solar cells- the latter is for the hobbyist. The panels are rated in watts eg 80w solar panel supplying 12v continuous at a given time

The inverter
Power Inverters are available in 3 basic designs, two of which I remember very well now – the one that out sinusoidal waves and those that are modified sign wave type (meaning not pure sine waves and do have limits when it comes to its application) . The power inverter converts your storage battery power into the 240 volts AC that runs your appliances. It is the heart of your solar energy system. Unless you only run 12 volt DC appliances you will need a power inverter to supply your AC. This is just the basics.

The Charge Controller
A Charge Controller is necessary to protect the batteries from over charging and supply them with the proper amount of energy to promote long battery life.

Batteries
Without Storage Batteries to store energy you would only have power when the sun was shining. There is a lot more to batteries than just the ordinary car battery. Yo may need to change batteries over the years.

Wires and Cables
Without the right size of cables, you are likely to experience inefficient transfer of power (greater losses) and overheating.

Meters
This is required to monitor the performance of your solar system.

Firstly, it is very necessary to know what gadgets you will be using (eg.tv, sat. receiver) and how long you will use how long you would have them on the solar power and how much energy your battery can store and which solar panel (rating in power) will supply the required energy.

A lot goes into calculating the cost of setting up a solar system. First one has to consider the period of usable sunlight available at their location to do this calculation. For us here close to the equator, we get about 7 to 8 hours or more of sunlight during dry season, just a rough estimate.

How do I know I need 100w or 80w or 300 watts solar panel for my project?

The power consumption of appliances is given in Watts. To calculate the energy you will use over time, just multiply the power consumption by the hours of use.

Eg. If I have 90W tv set which I want to use for 6hrs, 25W satellite receiver for the same period, and a 50W fan for 3 hours. What will be the energy required from the solar panels for the period?

1. the energy for each appliance is Watts x time (hours) = Wh

So, the watt hours for the tv = 90 x 6 = 540 Wh (watt hours)

Watt hours for sat. receiver = 25 x 6 = 150 Wh

Watt hours for fan will be = 50 x 3 = 150 Wh

2. sum the watt hours for the individual appliances ie. 540 + 150 + 150 = 840 Wh (watt hours)

This means that the solar panel will need to supply 840 watt hours of energy to the battery each day to cover the total power required by these appliances.

3. since there are bound to be losses in the system However, to account for natural losses, we multiply the result by 1.2 (this factor allows for natural system losses, assuming 85% efficiency). Therefore, we will assume the panels will actually need to be able to supply a total of
840 x 1.2 = 1008Wh

4. so, to supply 1008Wh of energy the panel we assume to receive 7 hours of sunlight will be rated at 1008 Wh / 7 h = 144W
So, I will need 144W solar panel to supply energy to my appliances above at the given time.

Regarding point 3, it also means, if I have a solar panel rated at 100W receiving sunlight for 7 hours a day, the total energy supplied considering 85% efficiency will be 100x7x0.85= 595Wh and not 700Wh

5. Your battery should be able to store 1008Wh of energy. Since batteries capacities are rated in Ah (Ampere Hours) you need to multiply Ah by the Volt rating to know the Watt Hour. Power(W) = Voltage (V) x Current (I) ; Watt hour = VxIxHour

Therefore Ah (which is I x h) = Wh / V = 1008 / 12 (the number 12 represents a 12v battery)
= 84 Ah

So it means you will need not less than a 84Ah, 12V battery (deep-cycle batteries, not ordinary car batteries) to do the job.

NB. Another way of calculating battery capacity is explained in this example. Should my battery be rated at 84Ah, 12V the watt hour (energy) will be 84Ah x 12 V = 1008Ah

It implies that the battery can supply a 150watt appliance for 1008/70 = 14hours

Pls don’t just play around with batteries they are dangerous.
I have a good design on PCB for grand solar/ inverter set up and I am encouraging fellow Nigerians to invest in the youth that are ready to work! This is a sure way to win back those that have resolved into crime.......... #be the reason why someone smiles
Re: Solar Energy, A Complement To FTA by sireboy(m): 5:30pm On Dec 03
nasonaso:



We need your contact. How can we contact you.
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Re: Solar Energy, A Complement To FTA by Barezzi(m): 8:05pm On Dec 03
israelpalatoe:


A trial will surely convince you. In terms of reliablity and durability, I can only talk for my products. We are doing our best. I can assure you that the only difference between our products and the popular foreign brands is the packaging.
I also know other Nigerian producers that are doing very well.
We have all the functions of a standard and quality inverter installed in our inverters. We are improving and using our resources to learn more technologies.

We were formerly using analog design.....later we started buying digital boards from foreigners ....Now we manufacture the boards and write the codes that runs them. We are improving...... We need you ........ You can trust us!
I am interested in purchasing ur product. What ratings are available? How much are they?
Re: Solar Energy, A Complement To FTA by abunafiu(m): 8:12pm On Dec 03
sireboy:

Check Doye Kelly odion on Facebook.... Its very secured to chat there
Re: Solar Energy, A Complement To FTA by israelpalatoe(m): 8:26pm On Dec 03
makavele:


trust you to incinerate me in my sleep; no way!

what he asked you is what i shall reiterate . . .

take 1 of your units; and do a physical review and/or teardown

upload the video on Youtube; paste the link here

and let us review the technicalities . .

That isn't too much to ask for; is it?
Noted. A video review will be made available. Watch out!
Re: Solar Energy, A Complement To FTA by israelpalatoe(m): 8:29pm On Dec 03
Barezzi:

I am interested in purchasing ur product. What ratings are available? How much are they?

1.5kva 12v @ 70k
2.5kva 24v @ 90k
Re: Solar Energy, A Complement To FTA by bigrovar(m): 6:08am On Dec 04
DMerciful:
Makavele you harsh o
loool @ "trust you to incinerate me in my sleep; no way!"

While it is good to patronise made in Naija but i will only go for factory process product with seriously quality control consistent with global standard.

Let us take a note from the Indians. They are one nation that have completely grown their own renewable industry based on their own experiences and in the process have become not just self sufficient but also earn forex exporting renewable energy products around the world from batteties, inverters, solar panels and controllers. Some of the biggest brands of inverters in Africa today are Indians from batteries to inverters. Rather than import and depend on likes of Trojan they built their own battery making industry with batteries that can compare with western brands in terms of durability. The likes of Luminous, Sukam, Genus, Quanta to mention a few. Sukam even partnered with Trojan to make batteries for the Indian market.
Yet all this started from humble beginning. U should go watch the story of the Sukam founder how he started the business. It wasn't from factory but from his backyard. He built learned and got better and better rest is history.

Other than the true trusted US OECD country brand of product.. Many of the products coming from China are garbage and should not come near a home. They were hand built using cheap components, crapy capacitors and dangerous engineering.. Many Chinese companies are nothing but fraudulent in their ways and will sell a pwm and mppt. The Chinese do not have the culture for standards and quality of the Japanese even Taiwanese companies are doing better.

Now am not one of the buy Nigeria blindly type.
As Oga makavele said. Do a review of your product.. Especially a tire down let us see what it is made of and get quality feedback on where to improve. The Indians built their inverters and batteries to suit their own local market and needs. Our feedback will help u shape your products for the better. While it is my hope that we build an indigenous self sufficient renewable industry exporting world wide.. Am more concern by quality of our products. We need to embrace standard not race to the bottom approach of the Chinese and also not the scam hoodwink approach of Zinox and Co who only weep sentiments

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Re: Solar Energy, A Complement To FTA by kiekie1: 7:26am On Dec 04
davodyguy:


Oga, I thought prices are coming down

Hello, kindly revisit prag company website below and contact me for rebate if interested in a purchase . Cheer's

http://www.buyright.biz/

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Re: Solar Energy, A Complement To FTA by oloet: 8:11am On Dec 04
bigrovar:

1000 likes for this... thank you

Let us take a note from the Indians. They are one nation that have completely grown their own renewable industry based on their own experiences and in the process have become not just self sufficient but also earn forex exporting renewable energy products around the world from batteties, inverters, solar panels and controllers. Some of the biggest brands of inverters in Africa today are Indians from batteries to inverters. Rather than import and depend on likes of Trojan they built their own battery making industry with batteries that can compare with western brands in terms of durability. The likes of Luminous, Sukam, Genus, Quanta to mention a few. Sukam even partnered with Trojan to make batteries for the Indian market.
Yet all this started from humble beginning. U should go watch the story of the Sukam founder how he started the business. It wasn't from factory but from his backyard. He built learned and got better and better rest is history.

Other than the true trusted US OECD country brand of product.. Many of the products coming from China are garbage and should not come near a home. They were hand built using cheap components, crapy capacitors and dangerous engineering.. Many Chinese companies are nothing but fraudulent in their ways and will sell a pwm and mppt. The Chinese do not have the culture for standards and quality of the Japanese even Taiwanese companies are doing better.

Now am not one of the buy Nigeria blindly type.
As Oga makavele said. Do a review of your product.. Especially a tire down let us see what it is made of and get quality feedback on where to improve. The Indians built their inverters and batteries to suit their own local market and needs. Our feedback will help u shape your products for the better. While it is my hope that we build an indigenous self sufficient renewable industry exporting world wide.. Am more concern by quality of our products. We need to embrace standard not race to the bottom approach of the Chinese and also not the scam hoodwink approach of Zinox and Co who only weep sentiments
Re: Solar Energy, A Complement To FTA by DMerciful(m): 7:58pm On Dec 04
I understand all what you said but we need repeatability and reproduceability of their products as well as using factory process that ensures high quality control. The world has moved beyond backyard business for things like this
bigrovar:


Let us take a note from the Indians. They are one nation that have completely grown their own renewable industry based on their own experiences and in the process have become not just self sufficient but also earn forex exporting renewable energy products around the world from batteties, inverters, solar panels and controllers. Some of the biggest brands of inverters in Africa today are Indians from batteries to inverters. Rather than import and depend on likes of Trojan they built their own battery making industry with batteries that can compare with western brands in terms of durability. The likes of Luminous, Sukam, Genus, Quanta to mention a few. Sukam even partnered with Trojan to make batteries for the Indian market.
Yet all this started from humble beginning. U should go watch the story of the Sukam founder how he started the business. It wasn't from factory but from his backyard. He built learned and got better and better rest is history.

Other than the true trusted US OECD country brand of product.. Many of the products coming from China are garbage and should not come near a home. They were hand built using cheap components, crapy capacitors and dangerous engineering.. Many Chinese companies are nothing but fraudulent in their ways and will sell a pwm and mppt. The Chinese do not have the culture for standards and quality of the Japanese even Taiwanese companies are doing better.

Now am not one of the buy Nigeria blindly type.
As Oga makavele said. Do a review of your product.. Especially a tire down let us see what it is made of and get quality feedback on where to improve. The Indians built their inverters and batteries to suit their own local market and needs. Our feedback will help u shape your products for the better. While it is my hope that we build an indigenous self sufficient renewable industry exporting world wide.. Am more concern by quality of our products. We need to embrace standard not race to the bottom approach of the Chinese and also not the scam hoodwink approach of Zinox and Co who only weep sentiments
Re: Solar Energy, A Complement To FTA by israelpalatoe(m): 5:53am On Dec 05
DMerciful:
I understand all what you said but we need repeatability and reproduceability of their products as well as using factory process that ensures high quality control. The world has moved beyond backyard business for things like this

Do you think that is how they started?
We have found ourselves at the bottom, we need to use bottom to top approach.
Are you saying we should not produce because we cant at the moment match with the production process of the developed world?
We are improving as people patronise us. We get motivations to invest more to learnings whenever we earn from our learnings.
We have drawn the map, we need your support to get there. We are building a brand, not a product only.

Goverment is not looking to invest hugly in such a sensitive area like developing our tech. Majority of us has been doing self financing.
Note: I'm not saying that you should buy out of pity or sentiment. We have grown beyond that.........Try us....!

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Re: Solar Energy, A Complement To FTA by bigrovar(m): 8:21am On Dec 05
DMerciful:
I understand all what you said but we need repeatability and reproduceability of their products as well as using factory process that ensures high quality control. The world has moved beyond backyard business for things like this

Yet many Chinese products, including many inverters we rate highly here are produced using "backyard process" only thing that guaranties "repeatability and reproduceability" is factory automation. Even in the far east it cost a lot to have fully automated factories only tier 1 solar companies can afford them. Majority of Chinese producers carry out most of their manufacturing in dingy, basements or old farm houses.. many no name black china products which floods Nigerian market are produced with little quality control yet they don't have the issue the Nigerian manufacturer have to deal with like power, lack of basic infrastructure or trained man power and a vampire government. The lad here might not have the scale to mass produce but this thing takes time. Let him show us what he has done first.

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Re: Solar Energy, A Complement To FTA by bigrovar(m): 8:25am On Dec 05
israelpalatoe:


Do you think that is how they started?
We have found ourselves at the bottom, we need to use bottom to top approach.
Are you saying we should not produce because we cant at the moment match with the production process of the developed world?
We are improving as people patronise us. We get motivations to invest more to learnings whenever we earn from our learnings.
We have drawn the map, we need your support to get there. We are building a brand, not a product only.

Goverment is not looking to invest hugly in such a sensitive area like developing our tech. Majority of us has been doing self financing.
Note: I'm not saying that you should buy out of pity or sentiment. We have grown beyond that.........Try us....!
before we try you. show us your product. We are a technical bunch on here and even before we buy recommend any product (US or china) we always do our research. Do the review and tire down let see if your sword is made of Valyrian steel. try us we not cut it much here
Re: Solar Energy, A Complement To FTA by israelpalatoe(m): 11:21am On Dec 05
bigrovar:
before we try you. show us your product. We are a technical bunch on here and even before we buy recommend any product (US or china) we always do our research. Do the review and tire down let see if your sword is made of Valyrian steel. try us we not cut it much here
Thanks..... Review on its way!
Re: Solar Energy, A Complement To FTA by chris81964(m): 9:40pm On Dec 05
System for sale. Our client in Isolo is upgrading to a bigger system when he moves to the Island in January. He purchased this system in February of this year,
It is a Schneider SW 2524 kw, Conext 60/150 MPPT controller, a victron battery monitor, six 300 watt mono panels and eight 6V US2000 flooded batteries. Maintenance of the system has been performed by AWPS Renewable Energy. Customer always had battery above 65%.

The inverter and controller alone cost over N800,000 brand new. Please no silly low ball offers

http://atlanticwastepower.com/picture-collage-solar-installations-nigeria/

Pictures are in the Gallery above. 1.8 kw in Isolo
email Mr. Adeyi with an offer. Ladipo.Adeyi@gmail.com
Re: Solar Energy, A Complement To FTA by zeestone99(m): 12:38pm On Dec 06
bigrovar:


Yet many Chinese products, including many inverters we rate highly here are produced using "backyard process" only thing that guaranties "repeatability and reproduceability" is factory automation. Even in the far east it cost a lot to have fully automated factories only tier 1 solar companies can afford them. Majority of Chinese producers carry out most of their manufacturing in dingy, basements or old farm houses.. many no name black china products which floods Nigerian market are produced with little quality control yet they don't have the issue the Nigerian manufacturer have to deal with like power, lack of basic infrastructure or trained man power and a vampire government. The lad here might not have the scale to mass produce but this thing takes time. Let him show us what he has done first.

Yeah I agree with u...
Re: Solar Energy, A Complement To FTA by NiyiOmoIyunade(m): 3:54pm On Dec 06
When I travel I bring in stuff directly.

But mostly I make purchases from US websites and suppliers and use a Houston based courier www.sgkglobal.com to ship to Nigeria - whatever arrives at their US warehouse by Wednesday of any week will ship on Thursday and will be in your hands by Saturday of the next week.

They charge $3.95 per pound (0.454kg) of weight subject to a minimum of $20 charged per shipment - this is an all in fee and no further customs or other charge will be assessed against you.

On their web site there is a Join Now or Register With Us tab and you will be required to upload a scanned copy of your passport or other government ID to complete the registration process.

At the end of it all you will be issued a US address to use as delivery address for your goods and once your goods arrive, you can instruct them to ship to Nigeria for your pickup at their Yaba office or waybill it to your preferred location for an extra charge.


NairaBaba:


Dear NiyiOmoIyunade,

How do you ship your items from Amazon.com to Nigeria? Direct or through forwarding agents. Thanks.

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Re: Solar Energy, A Complement To FTA by 4llerbuntu(m): 4:24pm On Dec 06
How una see this package by Forte Oil?

Comes with 2 100Amps 12V batteries.

Priced at 700k shocked shocked shocked shocked

Crazy

Re: Solar Energy, A Complement To FTA by kiekie1: 6:52pm On Dec 06
4llerbuntu:
How una see this package by Forte Oil?

Comes with 2 100Amps 12V batteries.

Priced at 700k shocked shocked shocked shocked

Crazy

The system looks like an all in 1 package.. The set-up is originally designed and sold by cowin-yingli crew . it was only branded forte oil for their ongoing programme I guess. It looks a bit expensive when compared to individual unit price tho ! Cheer's

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Re: Solar Energy, A Complement To FTA by Dieumerci(m): 8:19pm On Dec 06
NiyiOmoIyunade:
When I travel I bring in stuff directly.

But mostly I make purchases from US websites and suppliers and use a Houston based courier www.sgkglobal.com to ship to Nigeria - whatever arrives at their US warehouse by Wednesday of any week will ship on Thursday and will be in your hands by Saturday of the next week.

They charge $3.95 per pound (0.454kg) of weight subject to a minimum of $20 charged per shipment - this is an all in fee and no further customs or other charge will be assessed against you.

On their web site there is a Join Now or Register With Us tab and you will be required to upload a scanned copy of your passport or other government ID to complete the registration process.

At the end of it all you will be issued a US address to use as delivery address for your goods and once your goods arrive, you can instruct them to ship to Nigeria for your pickup at their Yaba office or waybill it to your preferred location for an extra charge.



Thanks for this info.

I guessed that you pay them in, pls what is their current exchange rate.

Does it mean that the shipping cost will be rounded to $20 even if it's not up to that.?

Thanks
Re: Solar Energy, A Complement To FTA by NiyiOmoIyunade(m): 9:44pm On Dec 06
Yes please. $20 is the minimum. For that price you can ship just one pin or a small box full of light electronics & equipment.

The key is to ask them to hold your packages and only consolidate and ship when the quantity makes sense for you.

Once what you are shipping exceeds 2.3kg in weight you would have crossed the $20 threshold so they bill based on the higher of actual weight or something they call volumetric weight for light packages that occupy plenty of space.

You can pay either USD to their US or naija dom account or you can pay naira to their naija account as suits you.

Dieumerci:


Thanks for this info.

I guessed that you pay them in, pls what is their current exchange rate.

Does it mean that the shipping cost will be rounded to $20 even if it's not up to that.?

Thanks
Re: Solar Energy, A Complement To FTA by Dieumerci(m): 8:09am On Dec 07
NiyiOmoIyunade:
Yes please. $20 is the minimum. For that price you can ship just one pin or a small box full of light electronics & equipment.

The key is to ask them to hold your packages and only consolidate and ship when the quantity makes sense for you.

Once what you are shipping exceeds 2.3kg in weight you would have crossed the $20 threshold so they bill based on the higher of actual weight or something they call volumetric weight for light packages that occupy plenty of space.

You can pay either USD to their US or naija dom account or you can pay naira to their naija account as suits you.


Thank you sir..

I was using a certain shipper before they started to malfunction.

Do you buy with your naija debit cards or you use PayPal account.

I used to have a PayPal account but have issues with its reactivation.
Re: Solar Energy, A Complement To FTA by amen69: 10:57pm On Dec 07
Hello house. Please can anyone help me with this issue. I have a Solar system setup made up of 2 panels 130w and 150w, 2 batteries of 100A each, 2 solar fans which uses DC current and light bulbs for all my bedrooms, sitting room and kitchen. The engineer run a separate connection for the system meaning I can be using both PHCN and the solar concurrently. The guy cut off Inverter. Then for me to watch TV, he said I need a converter box to convert the DC to AC. He brought the first one of 500w but could not power my 42" LG TV. He brought 1000w but still could not power my TV. Then he said I should go and buy solar TV, and I can't go for that since I will still have to power other equipment with the solar system. Any suggestions for me?
Re: Solar Energy, A Complement To FTA by Penuelseun(m): 5:44am On Dec 08
amen69:
Hello house. Please can anyone help me with this issue. I have a Solar system setup made up of 2 panels 130w and 150w, 2 batteries of 100A each, 2 solar fans which uses DC current and light bulbs for all my bedrooms, sitting room and kitchen. The engineer run a separate connection for the system meaning I can be using both PHCN and the solar concurrently. The guy cut off Inverter. Then for me to watch TV, he said I need a converter box to convert the DC to AC. He brought the first one of 500w but could not power my 42" LG TV. He brought 1000w but still could not power my TV. Then he said I should go and buy solar TV, and I can't go for that since I will still have to power other equipment with the solar system. Any suggestions for me?
What is the wattage of your TV?
Re: Solar Energy, A Complement To FTA by makavele: 9:36am On Dec 08
Penuelseun:
What is the wattage of your TV?

I wonder grin grin grin

Maybe 1800 Watts . . . grin grin grin
Re: Solar Energy, A Complement To FTA by Oshomo12(m): 10:17am On Dec 08
amen69:
Hello house. Please can anyone help me with this issue. I have a Solar system setup made up of 2 panels 130w and 150w, 2 batteries of 100A each, 2 solar fans which uses DC current and light bulbs for all my bedrooms, sitting room and kitchen. The engineer run a separate connection for the system meaning I can be using both PHCN and the solar concurrently. The guy cut off Inverter. Then for me to watch TV, he said I need a converter box to convert the DC to AC. He brought the first one of 500w but could not power my 42" LG TV. He brought 1000w but still could not power my TV. Then he said I should go and buy solar TV, and I can't go for that since I will still have to power other equipment with the solar system. Any suggestions for me?


Double check if your TV is working using normal Phcn source.
LG Tvs( I no de near that one again!)
Re: Solar Energy, A Complement To FTA by morofolu(m): 11:46am On Dec 08
Still available...

morofolu:
Hello house,

24hour programmable timers available

Program your devices to be powered on and off automatically at specific times round the clock for efficient power management

Power your devices on and off even when you are not home.

Can power devices up to 3,100W


Few units on ground, price from N4k

Location - Lagos


Call/Whatsapp O8o 2776 3776
Re: Solar Energy, A Complement To FTA by kiekie1: 1:03pm On Dec 08
HURRY ! DiSCOUNTED PRICES !!!

Yachi solar panels

MONO-
310w. N65,000
260w. N55,000
150w. N30,000
100w. N25,000
80w. N22,000

Must Powerstar inverters (VIL series)

1000w 12v. N85,000
1500w 12v. N95,000
2000w 12v N110,000
3000w 24v. N150,000
4000w 48v. N220,000
5000w 48v. N250,000
6000w 48v. N300,000

EP ever 40a 12-24v mppt with MT50 ...N70,000
EP Solar (i-tracer) 60amps mppt..... ....... N128,000

Pro solar roof mount set .....N35,000

DC voltage led meters .........N5,000

Prag products; 10-150kva (45-270vac input) servo or relay stabilizers
Discounts on all our Prag product online prices

DC breakers 10-63a ....N3-4k
DC breakers 80a double pole....... N7k

Hello, if you are a flooded battery fan, contact me for USA trojan battery 12v 200a -N130,000.
If you are for agm SMF battery :
- Hoppecke 12v 90a N96,000
-Long battery 12v 200a N115,000
-Gennex 12v 200a N105,000

Note: USA trojan sealed agm batteries will soon be in stock !

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Re: Solar Energy, A Complement To FTA by amen69: 3:45pm On Dec 08
Penuelseun:
What is the wattage of your TV?
I have checked but could not see anywhere they wrote the watts
Re: Solar Energy, A Complement To FTA by amen69: 3:46pm On Dec 08
Oshomo12:


Double check if your TV is working using normal Phcn source. LG Tvs( I no de near that one again!)
It works perfectly with PHCN and even generator

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