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Old 08-02-17, 05:15 PM   #631
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Post a picture of your install.
I look forward to your production numbers.
I just posted about my installation here My DIY Solar Experience and Break Even Calculations and that post has some pictures of my installation.

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Old 08-11-17, 07:15 PM   #632
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Cant wait until i can wake the 10 kw sleeping giant from shaded pallet onto my roof like watching this post
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Old 08-11-17, 07:32 PM   #633
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Cant wait until i can wake the 10 kw sleeping giant from shaded pallet onto my roof like watching this post
It gets better, the thrill of diving an EV you charge from that 10k system. But wait until you get over the excitement of watching that meter spin backwards. That takes awhile!
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But wait until you get over the excitement of watching that meter spin backwards. That takes awhile!
I still smile when I look at my TED 5000 in the kitchen and see the PV array generating more than the house is using (meaning my meter is "spinning backwards"). Not sure that ever gets old.
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Old 08-14-17, 12:46 PM   #635
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I still smile when I look at my TED 5000 in the kitchen and see the PV array generating more than the house is using (meaning my meter is "spinning backwards"). Not sure that ever gets old.
Ah I'm not the only one still running a TED 5000. Who knew. LOL Love seeing negative numbers, I'm at $-.73 today for usage. August bill projected $15 and dropping. Last month due to heat and rain my bill was $65 save $135 with solar.

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