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Humming along on a nice sunny day! #195894
08/27/10 09:43 PM
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Two (2) 260KW inverters in a really nice electrical room


John
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Re: Humming along on a nice sunny day! [Re: HotLine1] #195900
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I sure would hate to see the price tag for those bad boys. I would be interested to see the anticipated return on investment figures though.


---Ed---

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Re: Humming along on a nice sunny day! [Re: EV607797] #197608
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Building occupant is keeping the dollars, cents, and KWHr solar production info close to their chest.

I'll follow up as permitted.



John
Re: Humming along on a nice sunny day! [Re: HotLine1] #197698
12/15/10 10:29 AM
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John,


Are they generating at 120/240 or 277/480 volt?
The 2 big PV systems I saw one was gen 400 amps and 480 volt 3 phase. The second one will gen 600 amp at 240/208? when it is done.

Re: Humming along on a nice sunny day! [Re: harold endean] #197747
12/17/10 10:46 PM
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Harold:

These are 277/480 volt units. I'll check the file for the design info when I get a chance. As I said above, this was a landlord install, and they are keeping the data close to their chests.

The units are rated 260 KW each @ 277/480


John

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