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Micro Invertors with DC battery retention
« on: November 22, 2014, 07:37:06 AM »
Hi can you advise what hardware configuration I would need for PV array using micro Invertors but for an interactive grid-tie system?  I would then generate AC at the array and to charge the batteries convert back to DC? Is there a piece of standard kit that I could use as the controller? I looked at the Outback Radian Invertor that takes multiple AC inputs from grid, generator etc. I am just not clear on how to do a grid tie interactive installation using micro Inverters, can somebody point me in the right direction please. Installation is South Africa so I need the backup power.



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Re: Micro Invertors with DC battery retention
« Reply #1 on: November 24, 2014, 02:00:38 PM »
Hi Fergus,

I hope to do a video on that soon that will show how the Radian works and is connected to micro inverters.

Play, discover, learn and enjoy! (and don't be scared to make mistakes along the way!)