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Here you'll find all the stuff I refer to on YouTube, inc - pics, prices, spreadsheets, diagrams.

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How much did/does/will your project cost...

Glad you asked - check it out here  Cool


.pdf   New HBPowerwall price list public.pdf (Size: 46.4 KB / Downloads: 4,279)
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Do you have a diagram of how it's all setup ?[Image: ydchae0.jpg]

UPdate 
  • Solar is now , 23 195w Panels
     15 in 3p5s and 8 in 2p4s configuration
  • 15 panels go to MPP PCM60X charge controler
  • 8 panels go to PIP4048MS
  • Removed neo Pixel to reduce light inside shed (just glows at night)
  • Turned off light ring in router
  • Considering taking out monitor 
  • Ordered another inverter - you got that here first ! 
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If something is missing from this list hit me up via PM or email and I'll add it for you. 

A is for Amazon referral link
B is for Banggood referral link
C is for AliExpress referral link
E is for eBay referral link 

Charger / Discharger MPP Solar Inverter Battery Fuses between Inverter & Battery TP 4056 Plastic Battery Holders Cell Log 8 IMAX Charger Battery Holders New Heat Shrink LED voltage display Hydraulic Cable Lug Tool Cell Level Fuse wire Nickle Strip Spot Welders Inverter AC Power Meter 35mm² Power Cables (2 Gauge ) 
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#5
Powerwall Mounting Systems

Well only really my mounts I'm selling but I can't post (at all) Prices are $85 ea, Laser cut, folded & powder coated black.

or for a PayPal donation you can use this 

No really if you're going to use this please chip in a few dollars... https://www.paypal.me/homebrewpowerwall

UPDATED PHOTO of the mount to try making it a little easier to read - unfortunately, this is all I got from the Laser Cutters. 
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above diagram is straight from the laser cutters, differences in this V5 version is rounded corners where they COULD touch the cells and added 1mm (to that skinny bit at the top below the square bit) to allow for heat shrink to be fitted to reduce the chance of short to ground. 

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If I was to make the next pack it would do it something like this

 

where the red is, have it cut out holes to let air in / our the back then just space the mount 5mm off the wall.
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Software - 

MPP Solar PIP40408 (all pip inverters really) - WatchPower
MPP Solar PCM60X - MPP Tracker 
Other MPP Solar - Software & Manuals
SMA - Sunny Explorer
Watch Power alternative  - Solar Patrol
Victron Energy Monitor - Windows Software BVM Reader USB drivers VE.Direct
Batrium Watchmon ToolKit - https://www.batrium.com/pages/how-to-ins...t-software

General Video of my software setup
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3D printed gear 

Mounts - http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1729730
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#8
Did you ever figure out a decent battery balancer? I know at one time you were looking. Those small ones appear to make a noise and was wondering if you found a better solution.

Secondly, I notice you have a 48v inverter. Does this mean you have these batteries packs in 14 series (3.7v nominal * 14 = 51. 8v) ? I'm thinking 48v is the way to go because if you need, even momentarily, 50 Amps of 120V AC, that would be over 500 Amps at 12V.

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I see you are doing 14S3P Smile
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(01-02-2017, 03:06 PM)cstanley Wrote: Did you ever figure out a decent battery balancer? I know at one time you were looking. Those small ones appear to make a noise and was wondering if you found a better solution.

Secondly, I notice you have a 48v inverter. Does this mean you have these batteries packs in 14 series (3.7v nominal * 14 = 51. 8v) ? I'm thinking 48v is the way to go because if you need, even momentarily, 50 Amps of 120V AC, that would be over 500 Amps at 12V.

Edit:
I see you are doing 14S3P Smile

No balancer yet, i'm open to sponsorship offers :Smile

edit yes i don't know how you say it is it 80p14s2p lol but 3360 cells
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Awesome, one thing - I haven't delved much into the solar aspect yet. Can you explain what's going on with the way you have the solar panels positive wired to the PCM60X then from the PCM to battery and fused to some input on the PIP? Can you also explain the SHUNT situation you have going on with all the negative wires? Thanks!
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