Review of the Sanyo 3.36 kW Solar Array Electrical System

Review of the Sanyo 3.36 kW Solar Array Electrical System

This solar power system includes:
– sixteen Sanyo HIP-210NKHA5 (210W) Photo voltaic Modules
– SMA SB3000US Grid-tie Inverter
– Rail, Clamp & Splice Installation System (Portrait Format)
– Alternating current Disconnect, MC Cables, Ground Lugs & Wiring Plan

Solar Array Area: 221 Sq. Ft.
Solar Module Dimensions: 62.2″ x 31.4″ x 1.8″

The HIP-210NKHA5 Pv Module

Characteristics:
– 210 W Maximum Output
– Cell Performance: 18.9%
– Module Performance: 16.7%
– five Yr Craftsmanship Guarantee, twenty Year Electrical power Output

Hybrid mono crystalline silicon together with amorphous silicon layers
HIT® Power solar power panels are usually leaders in sunlight transformation performance. Get optimum energy in just a fixed quantity of area. Cut costs making use of much less system parts and racking materials, as well as decrease expenses simply by spending a shorter period installing per w.

The SANYO HIT (Heterojunction with Intrinsic Thin layer) photo voltaic cell consists of a single thin crystalline silicon wafer between ultra-thin amorphous silicon layers. The item offers industry-leading efficiency as well as value making use of state-of-the-art production methods.

HIT solar cells enhance boundary qualities and decrease energy generation deficits through forming impurity-free i-type amorphous silicon layers between the crystalline base and p- and n-type amorphous silicon layers.

Since temperatures increase, HIT Power solar panel systems generate 10% or more electrical power (kWh) compared to traditional crystalline silicon solar power systems on the exact same temperature.

The SMA Sunny Boy Photo voltaic Grid-Tie System Inverter

Characteristics:
– Gives 3000W AC Maximum Output Electrical power
– Top CEC performance in its class
– Built-in load-break rated lockable Power disconnect switch
– Built-in fused series string combiner
– Sealed electronics enclosure & Opticool
– Extensive SMA communications and data collection alternatives
– 120 month standard guarantee

Best parts:
– Well suited for home or light professional applications
– Long lasting cast light weight aluminum outdoor rated enclosure
– UL 1741/IEEE-1547 compliant
– Field-configurable for positive ground systems
– Elevated performance for better performance and quicker ROI paybacks
– Sunny Boy known for Photo voltaic inverter performance and reliabilty

The true secret performance benefit associated with the Square D safety switch is being able to break load. A locked motor can draw 6 to 8 times motor full-load current. In emergency situations, it’s vital that you use a switch with enhanced load break capability.

11 thoughts on “Review of the Sanyo 3.36 kW Solar Array Electrical System

  1. Gordon

    Are these inverters 12 or 24 volt? And are they full sign wave? Some electronics will not work on truncated sign waves

  2. Stephen Denlinger

    Can you please send me information about solar heating systems for small residential swimming pools.

  3. Tony

    The reason solar hasn’t really taken off is because some of the contractors involved in this type of industry are gouging the prices. I had a 3,000kw system quote for $62,000. That’s ridiculously high! Then the salesman said that if I’d sign up “today”, “HE” would make me a deal for $38,000. Still too expensive. Then I looked into the system installation myself. More like $15,000 and that’s for a 4,000 kw system. Until the industry makes it affordable for the consumer, the costs at this time are way too high. The way the systems were represented to me appeared, at the time, questionable and sketchy. The quote provided was only a verbal. When I requested a written quote, it was never provided. Who in the world would do business like that? Not me! If it’s not in writing show them the door to exit.

  4. Steve Radabaugh

    What would the final cost of materials after all rebates if I install the system?
    thanks,
    Steve

  5. Bob

    I, like George ,wondered about the cost of the system. I’v priced components individually and wondered if there is any cost savings to buying a system. Thanks

  6. John Osborne

    I’m with George, it would be nice to get a price range for now, so we can do some research. I am just now starting to look into solar.

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