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Re: Solar Energy, A Complement To FTA by FEGEITOK: 1:53pm On Jul 22
earthrealm:


get a 12v 200ah to 280ah lithium battery for about 300k to 400k abd forget about buying battery for the next 10 to 15yrs. or get a 100ah model for less than 200k if funds is a constraint
@valto advertised some units a while ago

What is the average lifespan of the AGM variety? Can it give up to 5 years? If one goes for a quality brand?
Re: Solar Energy, A Complement To FTA by truthbetold22: 2:04pm On Jul 22
FireTheSun:


I think you meant well, so l will respond to your Post.

There is a reason they write "Caveat Emptor" (Buyers Beware) on a Wall, but dont attach anybody's name to it. We might ask: Why dont they name the Person they think wants to sell the House? Why make a "general Notice without naming anyone (This might not be a perfect example though)
But it still works because it puts everyone on "General Notice/Awareness".
It is now left for an intended Buyer to do more due diligence, to find out the rightful owner and verify any claim that is made..


It may appear contradictory to some that l mentioned the issue, (though it was just an "aside-remarks" in relation to the beautiful Installation done by @Chris ), but l did not mention the Name of the Installer, it has reasons.

Most People think the whole idea behind making a REVIEW, is to DESTROY a Business or a Product, the inherent reason of making a Review, in my own understanding, is to make the Seller/Producer/Product BETTER.
How you achieve this is to let the Seller/Producer/Product Owner know that "there is a possibility for damage to his/her Brand, if he/she does not IMPROVE their 'Game'.

I am too matured to want to destroy the Business of a younger person, despite the damage it caused me but l want him to know, openly here that it wont be "Business as usual" and he has to either IMPROVE or STOP Installing Panels.
Just that, l have achieved my own set objective.

But from your Statement, you asked: How will that Help others not to fall Victim?
Good Question!
Three ways:
1) The Installer in Question is reading this and he knows that he is just a Click-away from being Unmasked!
If you were him, will you repeat the same awful job or you will step up your game and start doing good jobs? My own conclusion is that he will IMPROVE, which is my desire, not to damage his Brand or Business beyond repair.
That is left for very Vindictive people like the rude, uncouth boy running his mouth all over the place. Always trying to damage others, he tried to damage @Valto at a point. He tried to rundown @Niyi's Installation at a point, insulting both of them.

2) Any genuine Client who wants to engage an Installer, has the liberty to contact me and ask PRIVATELY, that l let him know if the Person he wants to engage, is the Installer who damaged my Roof. That way, l do not damage the Brand of the 'wayward' installer but l could alert the Client on another Installer or ask him to supervise this my installer properly.
That way, any Client will still have achieved the same Objective they want to achieve, if the Installer was named.

3) A Client, having read the "Buyers Beware" Post l made earlier, has the duty to ask any Installer he wants to engage, to PROVIDE "REFERENCE" from owners of former Jobs done i.e. give me the Phone number of one or Two Clients you've Installed for, let me speak with them.
The advantage in this, is two fold:
(a) He wont be able to do so, if he has damaged his reputation or did a bad job.
(b) He probably would, if he values his Brand, ensure that he does not leave "a bad taste in the Mouth" of other Customers and this is where the "desired improvement" on the part of the installer, comes in.

The Installer that did my Job is reading this, he knows he did wrong but l wont Name him just "so l can damage him", ....... because l am not just that type of Person.
My aim is not to "destroy" but "to build", to make others better, to improve others, to be constructive in my criticism and l am doing it as l deemed it most fit.

I wont let any manner-less, untrained runt from the gutter goad me into doing what l believe is "not the best" of actions.
I am past that stage in Life!
It is left for anyone who thinks the post is useful to him, to read it, otherwise he can skip it

.
Go through the posts of this @truthbetold22 guy and you would see that he has INSULTED almost everybody on this thread, (from page 679 - 681 are all his Insults on members), from Mctfopt, Ceasser, Valto, Niyi, bigrovar, solasola, durodee, Barezzi, etc and same thing on other threads.
Everyone who does not do things his way, is Stupid, is an Idiot, is a Fool, bla, bla, bla!

His default position is to use foul language on others and it is a reflection of his Upbringing.

Go through his Post, it is jus about abusing People, no sense, no value, no contribution but all Insults.
You cant give what you dont have. Its like putting a Pig, in a China Shop! A Child raised in the Gutter, even if you put him on a well-laid Bed, he will roll around, fall down and roll into the Gutter where he belongs. undecided

This is a faceless forum but a few People here have had "contact with me offline", including the Installer who did my Roof and they would testify that l am not the kind of person that empty empty brain expect me to be.



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Re: Solar Energy, A Complement To FTA by truthbetold22: 2:13pm On Jul 22
Now that @zeestone has come out and clarified, has his business collapsed? You left out the part that he sent roofers and paid for it.

You also left out the part that you contacted him a second time to come fix 5 panels which he declined because he was busy. If his job was so bad the first time, I doubt you would reach out to him again.

@firethesun, How do you feel now that he has clarified? When service providers own up to their mistakes, customers can review and decide if they want to use them.

If everyone does not mention names, how do we do due diligence on the thread? By contacting every installer and travelling from state to state to go see their jobs? Shey na Nairaland everybody meet. Na here the reviews suppose Dey.

I just want to make common sense!!

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Re: Solar Energy, A Complement To FTA by Monlo(m): 2:17pm On Jul 22

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Re: Solar Energy, A Complement To FTA by GeorgeD1(m): 2:24pm On Jul 22
microgiant:


Bros, Please how do you spend $200 on you GTBank Cards, share the secret. wink

i was going to ask same question. my first bank and zenith naira mastercards spend limits were
crashed to $20/month just two months ago or thereabouts, down from $100. i never knew some banks still
do up to $200/month. interesting, hey?
Re: Solar Energy, A Complement To FTA by GeorgeD1(m): 2:30pm On Jul 22
FEGEITOK:


What is the average lifespan of the AGM variety? Can it give up to 5 years? If one goes for a quality brand?

i used my former 260ah zenith agm batteries for 8yrs before selling them off. the guy who bought them
thanked me for selling him good, used batteries smiley

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Re: Solar Energy, A Complement To FTA by FEGEITOK: 2:32pm On Jul 22
GeorgeD1:


i used my former 260ah zenith agm batteries for 8yrs before selling them off. the guy who bought them
thanked me for selling him good, used batteries smiley


Wow, I hope the brand I got the first time is that good.

I want to try another brand for my next setup.

I appreciate this information very much.
Re: Solar Energy, A Complement To FTA by samnaija: 3:29pm On Jul 22
zeestone99:


I remember this job.
You called us to just come and install 10panels around 525w or thereabout. You said you had everything on ground.
we did you a fine install but then you had leaks and you briefed me the situation while I was not in town.
I called two roofers and sent them down cos they were forming tight schedule so it was which ever one comes 1st. Both came and you choose one, I paid him and he did the job. I also confirmed from you and you told me you are good. You never mentioned the leaks again. Our next Convo was when you needed to add additional panels. I told u we had a job at hand and we can come around X day. You said you would be travelling, you can't wait and we agreed someone else should do the job cos I'm unavailable at the moment.
You never mentioned you have leaks or your roof has been damaged and it will cost 2million to fix.
you didn't tell me, you didn't call the roofer(u v his no) cos he wud v called me for money. You already told me that the roofer did an excellent job.
I have done several installation for clients turned friend here. They can attest to our work. We do fine jobs. Yours just had issues and we fixed it.

Roof jobs can be tricky depending on the design and materials(thickness of sheet and wood) used for the roof. You don't know what's there until you go up there and sometimes there can be leaks. Infact most times I tell clients to get a carpenter on standby depending on how I see your roof. The leaks can be stopped it's nothing serious.

@truthbetold let's not trade strong words here, I believe we can always pass our message in better ways without insult. You don't know who is behind every username. Pls let's respect each other .

Happy weekend.



Thanks for the enlightenment , it is an eye opener. Two sides to a story. It takes a true professional to speak out. You even paid for the repairs you try..

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Re: Solar Energy, A Complement To FTA by FireTheSun: 3:36pm On Jul 22
zeestone99:


I remember this job.
You called us to just come and install 10panels around 525w or thereabout. You said you had everything on ground.
we did you a fine install but then you had leaks and you briefed me the situation while I was not in town.
I called two roofers and sent them down cos they were forming tight schedule so it was which ever one comes 1st. Both came and you choose one, I paid him and he did the job. I also confirmed from you and you told me you are good. You never mentioned the leaks again. Our next Convo was when you needed to add additional panels. I told u we had a job at hand and we can come around X day. You said you would be travelling, you can't wait and we agreed someone else should do the job cos I'm unavailable at the moment.
You never mentioned you have leaks or your roof has been damaged and it will cost 2million to fix.
you didn't tell me, you didn't call the roofer(u v his no) cos he wud v called me for money. You already told me that the roofer did an excellent job.
I have done several installation for clients turned friend here. They can attest to our work. We do fine jobs. Yours just had issues and we fixed it.

Roof jobs can be tricky depending on the design and materials(thickness of sheet and wood) used for the roof. You don't know what's there until you go up there and sometimes there can be leaks. Infact most times I tell clients to get a carpenter on standby depending on how I see your roof. The leaks can be stopped it's nothing serious.

@truthbetold let's not trade strong words here, I believe we can always pass our message in better ways without insult. You don't know who is behind every username. Pls let's respect each other .

Happy weekend.



I want to believe you have your reasons for identifying yourself as the Installer. If you did not, you can bet l wont, it is not my style of correcting someone. But you have, so that burden is no longer on me.
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Now, I will MENTION and EXPLAIN a few things:

- How can you say: "we did a fine install but you had leaks"? (in the Roof, after your work)
Are Leakages in the Roof, (when l did not have them before you came to install), part of this "fine install"?

- How can l confirm to you that "we are good", when it has not rained, after the effort of the person you sent, and when you asked?
I confirmed to you that he came and did his job, "hopefully" the leakage would have been rectified, but that can only be determined after it rains again!

Yes, we had Leaks, even after his effort . Not because he did not do a good Job but because he can only do as much!
He was able to block some visible Nail holes but the damage was varied and widespread

The Roofer you sent tried his best (you should have brought along this Roofer with you, when you came to do the installation) but "Squashed" Aluminum Steptiles Roofing Sheets are impossible to be straightened up again after crushing it by walking on them without due care, anyone who had seen Steptiles Aluminum Roofing Sheets, knows this. We had Leakages from various Nail points as well..
I was "shocked" since that was my first experience of a Leaking Roof ( and angry" as well), though internally, l was blaming myself, for the choice l made.
I just decided to "learn the lessons" and concentrate effort to rectify the problem, as quickly as possible.

The "other side" could not have been repaired, when the Roofer you sent came to do the repair because, as of that moment, l never knew there were leaks on that side too (My Tenant was not around during that period when you installed the Panels on his side).

I did not say the "repairs" will cost over #2M.
What l said was that l will have to replace the Roofing Sheets with new ones, at over #2Million.
Replacement => Put in fresh Roofing sheets.
Repair => Call Roofer to be looking for Holes to plug.

But he cant push-back-out and straighten all the depressions caused by your Legs marching (carelessly) on the Steptile Aluminum Roofing Sheets, can he?.
Somethings, when damaged, can never go back to their original form, even after repair. What you do is replace them, if you want to go back to your initial state before the damage.
That is current state of the problem now.

When it rains, depending on the intensity of the rain, those "Foot Depressions" act like BOWLS, they store rain water and then when full, the Water overflows in a direction of least resistance, without following the grooves, (as it would have done in an undamaged Roofing Sheet) which can be anywhere on the roof!
Roofing sheets on a Roof are meant to have smooth grooves and slanted in a particular direction so that water flows down as it drops on it, without accumulating in "big depressions" created by squashing of 10 People's feet walking on the Roof .....without a care or as if it is made of Wood! I explained all these to you back then. I took pictures and sent them to you.

The Roofer you sent did try to "push-back-out" some of these Squashed Depressions on the Steptile Roofing Sheets, (from inside the Ceiling) but in most cases, they only got worse because Steptile Roofing Sheet are not supposed to be pushed in and out, due to the designs on them and the Depressions were just too many.

l am the sort of person that likes inconveniencing people, including my tenant, with a leaking Roof.
How does someone pay me premium Money for a House and he has to be collecting water in his Bedroom, Kitchen, etc, because the House Owner installed Solar Panels?
What l wont take, l wont do to others and l have promised him that once l am back in the country from my Travels, l will replace All the Roofing Sheets in that area that were depressed with your feet and leaking, with new ones.
By my estimate, it will cost over #2Million to complete the job. That is what l wrote.
If your intention is to contest the amount, then go and find out how much they sell a length of 0.55 gauge Aluminum Steptile Roofing sheet and multiply by how many will cover the area, (add accessories like Nails, Flyband, rent Ladder, etc to it and include workmanship).
Add the cost of damaged, suspended Ceilings to it (areas where the Water leaked unto the suspended Ceilings and they buckled, after getting soaked)

But l am sure you would have learned some lessons from that job, which is the crucial thing.

- Like not having too many people on the Roof, at the same time. Just the minimum required.
At that time you were doing my Installation, you had yourself and four other guys on my Roof a few times though most times, you were on the ground.! It was as if my Roof was being used as a 'teaching experiment'.
As you guys were working and walking around on the Roof, l could hear the sound of "Crushing of the Roofing Sheet", with each Step taken, as they were walking on it!
I am sure you remember how l was raising the Alarm that you guys will damage this Roof? The Crushing sound was so evident from inside the House! You kept assuring me nothing will happen and l believed you, against my instincts.
I want to believe such wont happen in the future, when you install for others.
Experienced Installers should know how to delicately walk on the Roof without Squashing the Aluminum Steptile Roofing Sheet, those things are kind of fragile.

Like l said, another installer (just Three people, only Two were on the Roof, One was Down) recently installed additional Five Panels (655W each) earlier this year, all the area he worked on, not a single leak and the rain has been brutal this year, so it is not about the material or style of Roof, it is just "inexperienced" Workmanship.

Remember you told me l have to buy another Inverter, if l were to add those New, Five Panels?
Well, we did not have to buy any other Inverter, the New Installer l engaged just re-arranged the whole configuration and it is pumping out Power mercilessly..
We are completely off-grid in the last four Months-plus and Electric Cooker, Washing Machine, Submersible Pumps, Freezers and all other Home appliances are under normal use, though we do stagger and Submersible Pump not to run around 2pm only.
Why did l mention this? It appears there is a "knowledge gap", when you told me l cant add those New Panels to the existing ones, unless l buy a Second Inverter (which l would have done, if you came that day as l had called Gennextechnologies office immediately).
You said you needed to run them New Panels separately on a separate Inverter, for them to work.
As God will have it, l did not have to buy another Inverter.

My aim, in not mentioning the identity of the Installer (which drew the ire of some people here), is to mention the problem so the installer or anyone in such position, can learn from such mistakes, without damaging the image or brand of such offending Installer. I have No Apology for that decision, that is who l am

I never raised the issue here, until l was "wowed" by the Installation of that many panels by @Chris and even at that, l still kept your identity PRIVATE, with someone abusing me over it!. Having worked for me and our discussions about 'Unilag', you obviously knew, as an elderly person, exercising control over one's anger, even when l feel offended, is not unusual, would l ask you to come and replace the Roof that was damaged? (I remember explaining the issue of "vicarious liability" to you, on phone)
Being Vindictive, is not one of my attributes moreover, l passed those stages, a long time ago, l dont know who my own grown-up children will meet, in far flung places.

I hope this brings Closure to the whole matter, now that the Installer has identified himself.

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Re: Solar Energy, A Complement To FTA by samnaija: 3:51pm On Jul 22
FireTheSun:


I want to believe you have your reasons for identifying yourself as the Installer. If you did not, you can bet l wont, it is not my style of correcting someone. But you have, so that burden is no longer on me.
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Now, I will MENTION and EXPLAIN a few things:

- How can you say: "we did a fine install but you had leaks"? (in the Roof, after your work)
Are Leakages in the Roof, (when l did not have them before you came to install), part of this "fine install"?

- How can l confirm to you that "we are good", when it has not rained, after the effort of the person you sent, and when you asked?
I confirmed to you that he came and did his job, "hopefully" the leakage would have been rectified, but that can only be determined after it rains again!

Yes, we had Leaks, even after his effort . Not because he did not do a good Job but because he can only do as much!
He was able to block some visible Nail holes but the damage was varied and widespread

The Roofer you sent tried his best (you should have brought along this Roofer with you, when you came to do the installation) but "Squashed" Aluminum Steptiles Roofing Sheets are impossible to be straightened up again after crushing it by walking on them without due care, anyone who had seen Steptiles Aluminum Roofing Sheets, knows this. We had Leakages from various Nail points as well..
I was "shocked" since that was my first experience of a Leaking Roof ( and angry" as well), though internally, l was blaming myself, for the choice l made.
I just decided to "learn the lessons" and concentrate effort to rectify the problem, as quickly as possible.

The "other side" could not have been repaired, when the Roofer you sent came to do the repair because, as of that moment, l never knew there were leaks on that side too (My Tenant was not around during that period when you installed the Panels on his side).

I did not say the "repairs" will cost over #2M.
What l said was that l will have to replace the Roofing Sheets with new ones, at over #2Million.
Replacement => Put in fresh Roofing sheets.
Repair => Call Roofer to be looking for Holes to plug.

But he cant push-back-out and straighten all the depressions caused by your Legs marching (carelessly) on the Steptile Aluminum Roofing Sheets, can he?.
Somethings, when damaged, can never go back to their original form, even after repair. What you do is replace them, if you want to go back to your initial state before the damage.
That is current state of the problem now.

When it rains, depending on the intensity of the rain, those "Foot Depressions" act like BOWLS, they store rain water and then when full, the Water overflows in a direction of least resistance, without following the grooves, (as it would have done in an undamaged Roofing Sheet) which can be anywhere on the roof!
Roofing sheets on a Roof are meant to have smooth grooves and slanted in a particular direction so that water flows down as it drops on it, without accumulating in "big depressions" created by squashing of 10 People's feet walking on the Roof .....without a care or as if it is made of Wood! I explained all these to you back then. I took pictures and sent them to you.

The Roofer you sent did try to "push-back-out" some of these Squashed Depressions on the Steptile Roofing Sheets, (from inside the Ceiling) but in most cases, they only got worse because Steptile Roofing Sheet are not supposed to be pushed in and out, due to the designs on them and the Depressions were just too many.

l am the sort of person that likes inconveniencing people, including my tenant, with a leaking Roof.
How does someone pay me premium Money for a House and he has to be collecting water in his Bedroom, Kitchen, etc, because the House Owner installed Solar Panels?
What l wont take, l wont do to others and l have promised him that once l am back in the country from my Travels, l will replace All the Roofing Sheets in that area that were depressed with your feet and leaking, with new ones.
By my estimate, it will cost over #2Million to complete the job. That is what l wrote.
If your intention is to contest the amount, then go and find out how much they sell a length of 0.55 gauge Aluminum Steptile Roofing sheet and multiply by how many will cover the area, (add accessories like Nails, Flyband, rent Ladder, etc to it and include workmanship).
Add the cost of damaged, suspended Ceilings to it (areas where the Water leaked unto the suspended Ceilings and they buckled, after getting soaked)

But l am sure you would have learned some lessons from that job, which is the crucial thing.

- Like not having too many people on the Roof, at the same time. Just the minimum required.
At that time you were doing my Installation, you had yourself and four other guys on my Roof a few times though most times, you were on the ground.! It was as if my Roof was being used as a 'teaching experiment'.
As you guys were working and walking around on the Roof, l could hear the sound of "Crushing of the Roofing Sheet", with each Step taken, as they were walking on it!
I am sure you remember how l was raising the Alarm that you guys will damage this Roof? The Crushing sound was so evident from inside the House! You kept assuring me nothing will happen and l believed you, against my instincts.
I want to believe such wont happen in the future, when you install for others.
Experienced Installers should know how to delicately walk on the Roof without Squashing the Aluminum Steptile Roofing Sheet, those things are kind of fragile.

Like l said, another installer (just Three people, only Two were on the Roof, One was Down) recently installed additional Five Panels (655W each) earlier this year, all the area he worked on, not a single leak and the rain has been brutal this year, so it is not about the material or style of Roof, it is just "inexperienced" Workmanship.

Remember you told me l have to buy another Inverter, if l were to add those New, Five Panels?
Well, we did not have to buy any other Inverter, the New Installer l engaged just re-arranged the whole configuration and it is pumping out Power mercilessly..
We are completely off-grid in the last four Months-plus and Electric Cooker, Washing Machine, Submersible Pumps, Freezers and all other Home appliances are under normal use, though we do stagger and Submersible Pump not to run around 2pm only.
Why did l mention this? It appears there is a "knowledge gap", when you told me l cant add those New Panels to the existing ones, unless l buy a Second Inverter (which l would have done, if you came that day as l had called Gennextechnologies office immediately).
You said you needed to run them New Panels separately on a separate Inverter, for them to work.
As God will have it, l did not have to buy another Inverter.

My aim, in not mentioning the identity of the Installer (which drew the ire of some people here), is to mention the problem so the installer or anyone in such position, can learn from such mistakes, without damaging the image or brand of such offending Installer. I have No Apology for that decision, that is who l am

I never raised the issue here, until l was "wowed" by the Installation of that many panels by @Chris and even at that, l still kept your identity PRIVATE, with someone abusing me over it!. Having worked for me and our discussions about 'Unilag', you obviously knew, as an elderly person, exercising control over one's anger, even when l feel offended, is not unusual, would l ask you to come and replace the Roof that was damaged? (I remember explaining the issue of "vicarious liability" to you, on phone)
Being Vindictive, is not one of my attributes moreover, l passed those stages, a long time ago, l dont know who my own grown-up children will meet, in far flung places.

I hope this brings Closure to the whole matter, now that the Installer has identified himself.


Nothing do you case closed...........

Ended pata pata....

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Re: Solar Energy, A Complement To FTA by odimbannamdi(m): 4:09pm On Jul 22
Jefferyzz:
I also noticed him. It's a 30/70 chance he'll deliver. Some people claim he's too new to b trusted. He's less Dan a yr on alie. Most of the good reviews on page are US buyers. If he doesn't deliver within 3months you can ask for refund. To b on a save side. Use GTB card. Message him to split ur order into 190$ and 32$ so you can use 2 different GTB cards to make payment. U cant do more than 200 on ur GTB naira card n Rate is 495/$. So if he doesn't deliver. Ur money will b returned with the same rate.
This is my opinion

Bros, sorry to ask, you follow us dey this Naija?

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Re: Solar Energy, A Complement To FTA by sharks776(m): 5:28pm On Jul 22
Hello everyone and professionals in this thread. Am having a problem with my setup and need help

My equipment
CC - Fangpusun 60a
Inverter - Felicity ivps3524 combined with charger
Battery - 2 wakatek 5kw lithium in parallel

Problem:
Both cc and inverter are set to charge at
Abs 28.8v
Flt 28.8v

However, during the day whenever the cc reads 28.8v, the bms of the battery will read 26.7v at most. This shows a difference of 1.1v in charging.

During the night, when the inverter is charging via grid and reads 28.8v the bms of the battery will be 27.3 or 4 max
I am thinking of going with the bms reading and adding at least 1v to the cc and inverter charger setting. I also came across this on YouTube

https://youtube.com/clip/UgkxoY4QXwrIJw9Va7P_grNiSQdZuhwT66at

Help me pls, I really don't want to fry this new expensive batteries
Re: Solar Energy, A Complement To FTA by Nltaliban(m): 5:53pm On Jul 22
arejibadz:
Please with a budget of 60k can I get a solar to power my laptop

Solar? no but you can get an inverter set up


ps: i dont sell any, you will buy it and connect yourself
Re: Solar Energy, A Complement To FTA by arejibadz(m): 6:07pm On Jul 22
Nltaliban:


Solar? no but you can get an inverter set up


ps: i dont sell any, you will buy it and connect yourself
I'll be needing batteries to right
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Re: Solar Energy, A Complement To FTA by earthrealm(m): 7:03pm On Jul 22
FEGEITOK:


What is the average lifespan of the AGM variety? Can it give up to 5 years? If one goes for a quality brand?

Dont drain ur leadacid battery below 50% , dont leave it always partially discharged, it likes being charged full daily + dont load or charge it above 15 %, ie not more than 30amps or above 300 watts load for a single 12 volts 200 ah battery.then a good leadacid can give you 800 cycles..

Lithium battery doesnt care for any of the rules above and has 4000 cycles, before loosing 20 percent capacity.

From the above, u can see why leadacid will always disappoint, as its tough to give it what it likes

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Re: Solar Energy, A Complement To FTA by kiekie1(m): 7:09pm On Jul 22
ebocoms:
Good day Everyone,

Please I need review in making decision on the following Solar Panel brands. Which is durable and have better yield:

a. JA Solar

b. ERA

c. Jinko

Thank you.

They're are all efficient

Available are:
Jinko solar
365 .... 100,000
545w .. 150,000

Era Solar
330w "poly" ... 89,000

JA Solar
415 .... 115,000
455w .. 124,000

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Re: Solar Energy, A Complement To FTA by FEGEITOK: 8:16pm On Jul 22
earthrealm:


Dont drain ur leadacid battery below 50% , dont leave it always discharged, it likes being charged full daily + dont load or charge it above 15 %, ie not more than 30amps or above 300 watts load for a single 12 volts 200 ah battery.then a good leadacid can give you 800 cycles..

Lithium battery doesnt care for any of the rules above and has 4000 cycles, before loosing 20 percent capacity.

From the above, u can see why leadacid will always disappoint, as its tough to give it what it likes

I appreciate this detailed explanation
Re: Solar Energy, A Complement To FTA by Nltaliban(m): 11:24pm On Jul 22
arejibadz:
I'll be needing batteries to right

that money should get a battery and 1,000w inverter or 500w
Re: Solar Energy, A Complement To FTA by durodee(m): 12:19am On Jul 23
FireTheSun:


I want to believe you have your reasons for identifying yourself as the Installer. If you did not, you can bet l wont, it is not my style of correcting someone. But you have, so that burden is no longer on me.
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Now, I will MENTION and EXPLAIN a few things:

- How can you say: "we did a fine install but you had leaks"? (in the Roof, after your work)
Are Leakages in the Roof, (when l did not have them before you came to install), part of this "fine install"?

- How can l confirm to you that "we are good", when it has not rained, after the effort of the person you sent, and when you asked?
I confirmed to you that he came and did his job, "hopefully" the leakage would have been rectified, but that can only be determined after it rains again!

Yes, we had Leaks, even after his effort . Not because he did not do a good Job but because he can only do as much!
He was able to block some visible Nail holes but the damage was varied and widespread

The Roofer you sent tried his best (you should have brought along this Roofer with you, when you came to do the installation) but "Squashed" Aluminum Steptiles Roofing Sheets are impossible to be straightened up again after crushing it by walking on them without due care, anyone who had seen Steptiles Aluminum Roofing Sheets, knows this. We had Leakages from various Nail points as well..
I was "shocked" since that was my first experience of a Leaking Roof ( and angry" as well), though internally, l was blaming myself, for the choice l made.
I just decided to "learn the lessons" and concentrate effort to rectify the problem, as quickly as possible.

The "other side" could not have been repaired, when the Roofer you sent came to do the repair because, as of that moment, l never knew there were leaks on that side too (My Tenant was not around during that period when you installed the Panels on his side).

I did not say the "repairs" will cost over #2M.
What l said was that l will have to replace the Roofing Sheets with new ones, at over #2Million.
Replacement => Put in fresh Roofing sheets.
Repair => Call Roofer to be looking for Holes to plug.

But he cant push-back-out and straighten all the depressions caused by your Legs marching (carelessly) on the Steptile Aluminum Roofing Sheets, can he?.
Somethings, when damaged, can never go back to their original form, even after repair. What you do is replace them, if you want to go back to your initial state before the damage.
That is current state of the problem now.

When it rains, depending on the intensity of the rain, those "Foot Depressions" act like BOWLS, they store rain water and then when full, the Water overflows in a direction of least resistance, without following the grooves, (as it would have done in an undamaged Roofing Sheet) which can be anywhere on the roof!
Roofing sheets on a Roof are meant to have smooth grooves and slanted in a particular direction so that water flows down as it drops on it, without accumulating in "big depressions" created by squashing of 10 People's feet walking on the Roof .....without a care or as if it is made of Wood! I explained all these to you back then. I took pictures and sent them to you.

The Roofer you sent did try to "push-back-out" some of these Squashed Depressions on the Steptile Roofing Sheets, (from inside the Ceiling) but in most cases, they only got worse because Steptile Roofing Sheet are not supposed to be pushed in and out, due to the designs on them and the Depressions were just too many.

l am the sort of person that likes inconveniencing people, including my tenant, with a leaking Roof.
How does someone pay me premium Money for a House and he has to be collecting water in his Bedroom, Kitchen, etc, because the House Owner installed Solar Panels?
What l wont take, l wont do to others and l have promised him that once l am back in the country from my Travels, l will replace All the Roofing Sheets in that area that were depressed with your feet and leaking, with new ones.
By my estimate, it will cost over #2Million to complete the job. That is what l wrote.
If your intention is to contest the amount, then go and find out how much they sell a length of 0.55 gauge Aluminum Steptile Roofing sheet and multiply by how many will cover the area, (add accessories like Nails, Flyband, rent Ladder, etc to it and include workmanship).
Add the cost of damaged, suspended Ceilings to it (areas where the Water leaked unto the suspended Ceilings and they buckled, after getting soaked)

But l am sure you would have learned some lessons from that job, which is the crucial thing.

- Like not having too many people on the Roof, at the same time. Just the minimum required.
At that time you were doing my Installation, you had yourself and four other guys on my Roof a few times though most times, you were on the ground.! It was as if my Roof was being used as a 'teaching experiment'.
As you guys were working and walking around on the Roof, l could hear the sound of "Crushing of the Roofing Sheet", with each Step taken, as they were walking on it!
I am sure you remember how l was raising the Alarm that you guys will damage this Roof? The Crushing sound was so evident from inside the House! You kept assuring me nothing will happen and l believed you, against my instincts.
I want to believe such wont happen in the future, when you install for others.
Experienced Installers should know how to delicately walk on the Roof without Squashing the Aluminum Steptile Roofing Sheet, those things are kind of fragile.

Like l said, another installer (just Three people, only Two were on the Roof, One was Down) recently installed additional Five Panels (655W each) earlier this year, all the area he worked on, not a single leak and the rain has been brutal this year, so it is not about the material or style of Roof, it is just "inexperienced" Workmanship.

Remember you told me l have to buy another Inverter, if l were to add those New, Five Panels?
Well, we did not have to buy any other Inverter, the New Installer l engaged just re-arranged the whole configuration and it is pumping out Power mercilessly..
We are completely off-grid in the last four Months-plus and Electric Cooker, Washing Machine, Submersible Pumps, Freezers and all other Home appliances are under normal use, though we do stagger and Submersible Pump not to run around 2pm only.
Why did l mention this? It appears there is a "knowledge gap", when you told me l cant add those New Panels to the existing ones, unless l buy a Second Inverter (which l would have done, if you came that day as l had called Gennextechnologies office immediately).
You said you needed to run them New Panels separately on a separate Inverter, for them to work.
As God will have it, l did not have to buy another Inverter.

My aim, in not mentioning the identity of the Installer (which drew the ire of some people here), is to mention the problem so the installer or anyone in such position, can learn from such mistakes, without damaging the image or brand of such offending Installer. I have No Apology for that decision, that is who l am

I never raised the issue here, until l was "wowed" by the Installation of that many panels by @Chris and even at that, l still kept your identity PRIVATE, with someone abusing me over it!. Having worked for me and our discussions about 'Unilag', you obviously knew, as an elderly person, exercising control over one's anger, even when l feel offended, is not unusual, would l ask you to come and replace the Roof that was damaged? (I remember explaining the issue of "vicarious liability" to you, on phone)
Being Vindictive, is not one of my attributes moreover, l passed those stages, a long time ago, l dont know who my own grown-up children will meet, in far flung places.

I hope this brings Closure to the whole matter, now that the Installer has identified himself.

A quote from one of the holy books came to mind:
Colossians 4:6 ASV
Let your speech be always with grace, seasoned with salt, that ye may know how ye ought to answer each one.

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Re: Solar Energy, A Complement To FTA by Namzy(m): 1:39am On Jul 23
sharks776:
Hello everyone and professionals in this thread. Am having a problem with my setup and need help

My equipment
CC - Fangpusun 60a
Inverter - Felicity ivps3524 combined with charger
Battery - 2 wakatek 5kw lithium in parallel

Problem:
Both cc and inverter are set to charge at
Abs 28.8v
Flt 28.8v

However, during the day whenever the cc reads 28.8v, the bms of the battery will read 26.7v at most. This shows a difference of 1.1v in charging.

During the night, when the inverter is charging via grid and reads 28.8v the bms of the battery will be 27.3 or 4 max
I am thinking of going with the bms reading and adding at least 1v to the cc and inverter charger setting. I also came across this on YouTube

https://youtube.com/clip/UgkxoY4QXwrIJw9Va7P_grNiSQdZuhwT66at

Help me pls, I really don't want to fry this new expensive batteries

What does the inverter say the voltage is during those periods?
Get a trustworthy multimeter. It will solve most of these problems.
I also own a felicity 100a SCC and I know the voltage reading is not accurate and is usually higher than stated, but luckily I have a bmv battery monitor and multimeter to counter the error

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Re: Solar Energy, A Complement To FTA by zeestone99(m): 2:40am On Jul 23
samnaija:


Thanks for the enlightenment , it is an eye opener. Two sides to a story. It takes a true professional to speak out. You even paid for the repairs you try..

You know the funny thing. He confirmed excellent job by the roofer. Now he's saying it's because rain did not fall, but now that rain fell and he feels he still have issues. He didn't even call me or call the roofer to correct them. He came here and he's saying he doesn't want to call names.
I can never understand.
Re: Solar Energy, A Complement To FTA by zeestone99(m): 3:08am On Jul 23
FireTheSun:


I want to believe you have your reasons for identifying yourself as the Installer. If you did not, you can bet l wont, it is not my style of correcting someone. But you have, so that burden is no longer on me.
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Now, I will MENTION and EXPLAIN a few things:

- How can you say: "we did a fine install but you had leaks"? (in the Roof, after your work)
Are Leakages in the Roof, (when l did not have them before you came to install), part of this "fine install"?

- How can l confirm to you that "we are good", when it has not rained, after the effort of the person you sent, and when you asked?
I confirmed to you that he came and did his job, "hopefully" the leakage would have been rectified, but that can only be determined after it rains again!

Yes, we had Leaks, even after his effort . Not because he did not do a good Job but because he can only do as much!
He was able to block some visible Nail holes but the damage was varied and widespread

The Roofer you sent tried his best (you should have brought along this Roofer with you, when you came to do the installation) but "Squashed" Aluminum Steptiles Roofing Sheets are impossible to be straightened up again after crushing it by walking on them without due care, anyone who had seen Steptiles Aluminum Roofing Sheets, knows this. We had Leakages from various Nail points as well..
I was "shocked" since that was my first experience of a Leaking Roof ( and angry" as well), though internally, l was blaming myself, for the choice l made.
I just decided to "learn the lessons" and concentrate effort to rectify the problem, as quickly as possible.

The "other side" could not have been repaired, when the Roofer you sent came to do the repair because, as of that moment, l never knew there were leaks on that side too (My Tenant was not around during that period when you installed the Panels on his side).

I did not say the "repairs" will cost over #2M.
What l said was that l will have to replace the Roofing Sheets with new ones, at over #2Million.
Replacement => Put in fresh Roofing sheets.
Repair => Call Roofer to be looking for Holes to plug.

But he cant push-back-out and straighten all the depressions caused by your Legs marching (carelessly) on the Steptile Aluminum Roofing Sheets, can he?.
Somethings, when damaged, can never go back to their original form, even after repair. What you do is replace them, if you want to go back to your initial state before the damage.
That is current state of the problem now.

When it rains, depending on the intensity of the rain, those "Foot Depressions" act like BOWLS, they store rain water and then when full, the Water overflows in a direction of least resistance, without following the grooves, (as it would have done in an undamaged Roofing Sheet) which can be anywhere on the roof!
Roofing sheets on a Roof are meant to have smooth grooves and slanted in a particular direction so that water flows down as it drops on it, without accumulating in "big depressions" created by squashing of 10 People's feet walking on the Roof .....without a care or as if it is made of Wood! I explained all these to you back then. I took pictures and sent them to you.

The Roofer you sent did try to "push-back-out" some of these Squashed Depressions on the Steptile Roofing Sheets, (from inside the Ceiling) but in most cases, they only got worse because Steptile Roofing Sheet are not supposed to be pushed in and out, due to the designs on them and the Depressions were just too many.

l am the sort of person that likes inconveniencing people, including my tenant, with a leaking Roof.
How does someone pay me premium Money for a House and he has to be collecting water in his Bedroom, Kitchen, etc, because the House Owner installed Solar Panels?
What l wont take, l wont do to others and l have promised him that once l am back in the country from my Travels, l will replace All the Roofing Sheets in that area that were depressed with your feet and leaking, with new ones.
By my estimate, it will cost over #2Million to complete the job. That is what l wrote.
If your intention is to contest the amount, then go and find out how much they sell a length of 0.55 gauge Aluminum Steptile Roofing sheet and multiply by how many will cover the area, (add accessories like Nails, Flyband, rent Ladder, etc to it and include workmanship).
Add the cost of damaged, suspended Ceilings to it (areas where the Water leaked unto the suspended Ceilings and they buckled, after getting soaked)

But l am sure you would have learned some lessons from that job, which is the crucial thing.

- Like not having too many people on the Roof, at the same time. Just the minimum required.
At that time you were doing my Installation, you had yourself and four other guys on my Roof a few times though most times, you were on the ground.! It was as if my Roof was being used as a 'teaching experiment'.
As you guys were working and walking around on the Roof, l could hear the sound of "Crushing of the Roofing Sheet", with each Step taken, as they were walking on it!
I am sure you remember how l was raising the Alarm that you guys will damage this Roof? The Crushing sound was so evident from inside the House! You kept assuring me nothing will happen and l believed you, against my instincts.
I want to believe such wont happen in the future, when you install for others.
Experienced Installers should know how to delicately walk on the Roof without Squashing the Aluminum Steptile Roofing Sheet, those things are kind of fragile.

Like l said, another installer (just Three people, only Two were on the Roof, One was Down) recently installed additional Five Panels (655W each) earlier this year, all the area he worked on, not a single leak and the rain has been brutal this year, so it is not about the material or style of Roof, it is just "inexperienced" Workmanship.

Remember you told me l have to buy another Inverter, if l were to add those New, Five Panels?
Well, we did not have to buy any other Inverter, the New Installer l engaged just re-arranged the whole configuration and it is pumping out Power mercilessly..
We are completely off-grid in the last four Months-plus and Electric Cooker, Washing Machine, Submersible Pumps, Freezers and all other Home appliances are under normal use, though we do stagger and Submersible Pump not to run around 2pm only.
Why did l mention this? It appears there is a "knowledge gap", when you told me l cant add those New Panels to the existing ones, unless l buy a Second Inverter (which l would have done, if you came that day as l had called Gennextechnologies office immediately).
You said you needed to run them New Panels separately on a separate Inverter, for them to work.
As God will have it, l did not have to buy another Inverter.

My aim, in not mentioning the identity of the Installer (which drew the ire of some people here), is to mention the problem so the installer or anyone in such position, can learn from such mistakes, without damaging the image or brand of such offending Installer. I have No Apology for that decision, that is who l am

I never raised the issue here, until l was "wowed" by the Installation of that many panels by @Chris and even at that, l still kept your identity PRIVATE, with someone abusing me over it!. Having worked for me and our discussions about 'Unilag', you obviously knew, as an elderly person, exercising control over one's anger, even when l feel offended, is not unusual, would l ask you to come and replace the Roof that was damaged? (I remember explaining the issue of "vicarious liability" to you, on phone)
Being Vindictive, is not one of my attributes moreover, l passed those stages, a long time ago, l dont know who my own grown-up children will meet, in far flung places.

I hope this brings Closure to the whole matter, now that the Installer has identified himself.
Sir if u feel u still have issues call me or call d roofer directly let him come and rectify it. I will attach a screenshot of our conversation so you can remember and know why I didn't bother you again cos I believe all is settled.

Yes I told you we can parrallel d inverter(if it supports parrallel) or get a new controller.
You have 10 units 535w and 5 units 655w.
That's a total of 15panels worth over 8.5kw and it's even Canadian solar shocked

You then put this on 5kva 80a axpert that has just around 5kw mppt, you are short changing yourself.

Another question is How were they able to parallel 15 panels on the same inverter. Did they parallel 8 panels with another 7.

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Re: Solar Energy, A Complement To FTA by zeestone99(m): 3:09am On Jul 23
FireTheSun:


I want to believe you have your reasons for identifying yourself as the Installer. If you did not, you can bet l wont, it is not my style of correcting someone. But you have, so that burden is no longer on me.
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Now, I will MENTION and EXPLAIN a few things:

- How can you say: "we did a fine install but you had leaks"? (in the Roof, after your work)
Are Leakages in the Roof, (when l did not have them before you came to install), part of this "fine install"?

- How can l confirm to you that "we are good", when it has not rained, after the effort of the person you sent, and when you asked?
I confirmed to you that he came and did his job, "hopefully" the leakage would have been rectified, but that can only be determined after it rains again!

Yes, we had Leaks, even after his effort . Not because he did not do a good Job but because he can only do as much!
He was able to block some visible Nail holes but the damage was varied and widespread

The Roofer you sent tried his best (you should have brought along this Roofer with you, when you came to do the installation) but "Squashed" Aluminum Steptiles Roofing Sheets are impossible to be straightened up again after crushing it by walking on them without due care, anyone who had seen Steptiles Aluminum Roofing Sheets, knows this. We had Leakages from various Nail points as well..
I was "shocked" since that was my first experience of a Leaking Roof ( and angry" as well), though internally, l was blaming myself, for the choice l made.
I just decided to "learn the lessons" and concentrate effort to rectify the problem, as quickly as possible.

The "other side" could not have been repaired, when the Roofer you sent came to do the repair because, as of that moment, l never knew there were leaks on that side too (My Tenant was not around during that period when you installed the Panels on his side).

I did not say the "repairs" will cost over #2M.
What l said was that l will have to replace the Roofing Sheets with new ones, at over #2Million.
Replacement => Put in fresh Roofing sheets.
Repair => Call Roofer to be looking for Holes to plug.

But he cant push-back-out and straighten all the depressions caused by your Legs marching (carelessly) on the Steptile Aluminum Roofing Sheets, can he?.
Somethings, when damaged, can never go back to their original form, even after repair. What you do is replace them, if you want to go back to your initial state before the damage.
That is current state of the problem now.

When it rains, depending on the intensity of the rain, those "Foot Depressions" act like BOWLS, they store rain water and then when full, the Water overflows in a direction of least resistance, without following the grooves, (as it would have done in an undamaged Roofing Sheet) which can be anywhere on the roof!
Roofing sheets on a Roof are meant to have smooth grooves and slanted in a particular direction so that water flows down as it drops on it, without accumulating in "big depressions" created by squashing of 10 People's feet walking on the Roof .....without a care or as if it is made of Wood! I explained all these to you back then. I took pictures and sent them to you.

The Roofer you sent did try to "push-back-out" some of these Squashed Depressions on the Steptile Roofing Sheets, (from inside the Ceiling) but in most cases, they only got worse because Steptile Roofing Sheet are not supposed to be pushed in and out, due to the designs on them and the Depressions were just too many.

l am the sort of person that likes inconveniencing people, including my tenant, with a leaking Roof.
How does someone pay me premium Money for a House and he has to be collecting water in his Bedroom, Kitchen, etc, because the House Owner installed Solar Panels?
What l wont take, l wont do to others and l have promised him that once l am back in the country from my Travels, l will replace All the Roofing Sheets in that area that were depressed with your feet and leaking, with new ones.
By my estimate, it will cost over #2Million to complete the job. That is what l wrote.
If your intention is to contest the amount, then go and find out how much they sell a length of 0.55 gauge Aluminum Steptile Roofing sheet and multiply by how many will cover the area, (add accessories like Nails, Flyband, rent Ladder, etc to it and include workmanship).
Add the cost of damaged, suspended Ceilings to it (areas where the Water leaked unto the suspended Ceilings and they buckled, after getting soaked)

But l am sure you would have learned some lessons from that job, which is the crucial thing.

- Like not having too many people on the Roof, at the same time. Just the minimum required.
At that time you were doing my Installation, you had yourself and four other guys on my Roof a few times though most times, you were on the ground.! It was as if my Roof was being used as a 'teaching experiment'.
As you guys were working and walking around on the Roof, l could hear the sound of "Crushing of the Roofing Sheet", with each Step taken, as they were walking on it!
I am sure you remember how l was raising the Alarm that you guys will damage this Roof? The Crushing sound was so evident from inside the House! You kept assuring me nothing will happen and l believed you, against my instincts.
I want to believe such wont happen in the future, when you install for others.
Experienced Installers should know how to delicately walk on the Roof without Squashing the Aluminum Steptile Roofing Sheet, those things are kind of fragile.

Like l said, another installer (just Three people, only Two were on the Roof, One was Down) recently installed additional Five Panels (655W each) earlier this year, all the area he worked on, not a single leak and the rain has been brutal this year, so it is not about the material or style of Roof, it is just "inexperienced" Workmanship.

Remember you told me l have to buy another Inverter, if l were to add those New, Five Panels?
Well, we did not have to buy any other Inverter, the New Installer l engaged just re-arranged the whole configuration and it is pumping out Power mercilessly..
We are completely off-grid in the last four Months-plus and Electric Cooker, Washing Machine, Submersible Pumps, Freezers and all other Home appliances are under normal use, though we do stagger and Submersible Pump not to run around 2pm only.
Why did l mention this? It appears there is a "knowledge gap", when you told me l cant add those New Panels to the existing ones, unless l buy a Second Inverter (which l would have done, if you came that day as l had called Gennextechnologies office immediately).
You said you needed to run them New Panels separately on a separate Inverter, for them to work.
As God will have it, l did not have to buy another Inverter.

My aim, in not mentioning the identity of the Installer (which drew the ire of some people here), is to mention the problem so the installer or anyone in such position, can learn from such mistakes, without damaging the image or brand of such offending Installer. I have No Apology for that decision, that is who l am

I never raised the issue here, until l was "wowed" by the Installation of that many panels by @Chris and even at that, l still kept your identity PRIVATE, with someone abusing me over it!. Having worked for me and our discussions about 'Unilag', you obviously knew, as an elderly person, exercising control over one's anger, even when l feel offended, is not unusual, would l ask you to come and replace the Roof that was damaged? (I remember explaining the issue of "vicarious liability" to you, on phone)
Being Vindictive, is not one of my attributes moreover, l passed those stages, a long time ago, l dont know who my own grown-up children will meet, in far flung places.

I hope this brings Closure to the whole matter, now that the Installer has identified himself.
Lol why won't I identify myself, I don't steal, do shady jobs or defraud people. I have many clients turned family here.

Now back to the issue sir. if u feel u still have issues call me or call d roofer directly let him come and rectify it. I will attach a screenshot of our conversation so you can remember and know why I didn't bother you again cos I believe all is settled.
From the conversation u said u ll fix date with him. I already left the rest for both of u.

Yes I told you we can parrallel d inverter(if it supports parrallel) or get a new controller.
You have 10 units 535w and 5 units 655w.
That's a total of 15panels worth over 8.5kw and it's even Canadian solar shocked

You then put this on 5kva 80a axpert that has just around 5kw mppt, you are short changing yourself.

Another question is How were they able to parallel 15 panels on the same inverter. Did they parallel 8 panels with another 7.

Re: Solar Energy, A Complement To FTA by Jefferyzz(m): 3:10am On Jul 23
Just place d order. It will go through.
microgiant:


Bros, Please how do you spend $200 on you GTBank Cards, share the secret. wink
Re: Solar Energy, A Complement To FTA by Jefferyzz(m): 3:15am On Jul 23
I guess most people don't no that GTB card dey do 200. I don make purchases of $100 with my card this month. At times it won't work. Give it few days n try again. Infant try it now.
odimbannamdi:


Bros, sorry to ask, you follow us dey this Naija?

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Re: Solar Energy, A Complement To FTA by earthrealm(m): 5:34am On Jul 23
zeestone99:


@FireTheSun
Lol why won't I identify myself, I don't steal, do shady jobs or defraud people. I have many clients turned family here.

Now back to the issue sir. if u feel u still have issues call me or call d roofer directly let him come and rectify it. I will attach a screenshot of our conversation so you can remember and know why I didn't bother you again cos I believe all is settled.
From the conversation u said u ll fix date with him. I already left the rest for both of u.

Yes I told you we can parrallel d inverter(if it supports parrallel) or get a new controller.
You have 10 units 535w and 5 units 655w.
That's a total of 15panels worth over 8.5kw and it's even Canadian solar shocked


You then put this on 5kva 80a axpert that has just around 5kw mppt, you are short changing yourself.

Another question is How were they able to parallel 15 panels on the same inverter. Did they parallel 8 panels with another 7.

Am interested in the bolded, wish to learn how this feat was achieved as well, without massive energy wastage or buying a standalone cc

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Re: Solar Energy, A Complement To FTA by mctfopt: 5:47am On Jul 23
earthrealm:


Am interested in the bolded, wish to learn how this feat was achieved as well, without massive energy wastage or buying a standalone cc

Me too. We learn new things every day.
Re: Solar Energy, A Complement To FTA by mctfopt: 5:53am On Jul 23
Monlo:
https://www.nairaland.com/7240717/senate-passes-bill-states-individuals

What are they doing beside passing bills to help private individuals achieve this? There is this green energy incentive in some countries such as rebates, and discounts to lower the cost of a solar installation.
Re: Solar Energy, A Complement To FTA by samnaija: 6:48am On Jul 23
zeestone99:

Lol why won't I identify myself, I don't steal, do shady jobs or defraud people. I have many clients turned family here.

Now back to the issue sir. if u feel u still have issues call me or call d roofer directly let him come and rectify it. I will attach a screenshot of our conversation so you can remember and know why I didn't bother you again cos I believe all is settled.
From the conversation u said u ll fix date with him. I already left the rest for both of u.

Yes I told you we can parrallel d inverter(if it supports parrallel) or get a new controller.
You have 10 units 535w and 5 units 655w.
That's a total of 15panels worth over 8.5kw and it's even Canadian solar shocked

You then put this on 5kva 80a axpert that has just around 5kw mppt, you are short changing yourself.

Another question is How were they able to parallel 15 panels on the same inverter. Did they parallel 8 panels with another 7.

My brother he has said let it rest. Let it go.
But I Know you are a professional you even insisted on the advice you gave him earlier on getting an extra cc, which of my opinion makes better sense has the extra power is not utilized.
Re: Solar Energy, A Complement To FTA by zeestone99(m): 7:52am On Jul 23
samnaija:


My brother he has said let it rest. Let it go.
But I Know you are a professional you even insisted on the advice you gave him earlier on getting an extra cc, which of my opinion makes better sense has the extra power is not utilized.

Ok boss. I ll let it pass.
Re: Solar Energy, A Complement To FTA by zeestone99(m): 7:56am On Jul 23
mctfopt:


What are they doing beside passing bills to help private individuals achieve this? There is this green energy incentive in some countries such as rebates, and discounts to lower the cost of a solar installation.

Until we scrap them. We won't move 4ward.

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