Re: Plug in PV appliance.
Wouldn't this be like a grid tie situation? Would it not need the approval of the power company? I love this idea, if it is legal and approved. I can see the power companies saying no to this because it could send an electrical current through the power lines in the event of a downed power line, thus jeopardizing the safety of the linemen.
4 sets of Harbor Freight 45-watt panel kits (2 sets in series to make 24v), 3 Trina 185w 24v modules, 1 Suntech 180w module, 12 DMSolar 145w panels, 1 Unisolar PVL-144, 4 Optima AGMs (D34) in parallel 12-volt, 4 Concorde PVX 4050HT 6v 405 ah in series, Rogue MPT3024, MidniteSolar Classic 150, MPPT15L, Morningstar 300-watt PSW Inverter, Samlex PSE24175 Inverter, various 12volt appliances and lights throughout the house.