wind turbine/solar panel/grid tie inverter


Just a quick update on my system and to show my new 140 watt solar panel, and my new 600 watts grid tie inverter, my meter is a new meter so it doesn’t “spin” backwards however it stops so the power produced by the panels is being consumed at home and it stops the meter adding up and when I have a big load like a washing machine on then if the machine needs 2200 watts then I will only be using 2000 watts, you can buy everything you see on this video from my website or just join the forum: www.windchasers.eu

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  1. #1 by doug2877 at April 27th, 2010

    good idea writing down those #s

  2. #2 by humbertini900 at April 27th, 2010

    cheers doug, see u at windchasers

  3. #3 by michael970 at April 27th, 2010

    Nice video as always great system also.TAKE CARE

  4. #4 by ecraftsmen at May 9th, 2010

    Great set-up! I’ve just upgraded from a 10 watt to a 70 watt panel on my solar shed. Currently I use a caravan/leisure battery (70 ah). What sort are your batteries – where did you get them and how much did they cost? They look impressive! Cheers for your great videos – keep them coming. Martin

  5. #5 by laidofftomass at May 21st, 2010

    Nice work, good output off the solar. Yeah a pure sine wave inverter is the best for any sensitive electronic equipment. Good video’s keep them coming

  6. #6 by courageous917 at June 27th, 2010

    How many batteries would you need to sustain power at night

  7. #7 by 1crag1 at July 17th, 2010

    Hi Humbertini. Can you just plug one of those grid tie inverters into a standard wall socket or do they need to be wired ino the mains fusebox? Also, do you need to set it all up with your electricity supplier or can you do it independent i.e. if i were to buy an inverter for use with my small solar setup, could i just plug it in and away we go?

  8. #8 by vox1philippines at July 27th, 2010

    im a free energy lover….. nice energy generator…..

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