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#11
Can someone please let him know he is the winner? I dont know his screen name here... maybe someone does
I try... Sometimes i fail.... ok most times. lol

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#12
Winner contacted and prize has been shipped.... 40 pieces in route....
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#13
Thanks for the opportunity.
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#14
Glad i could do it.

I may do another one and include all you guys in it again.

Tell me what you guys think.
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#15
:|) Hey liked the speed of work in the your last video "DIY Wire install for solar and future powerwall".

My preference would be to install a conduit between your breaker and the inverter rather than having the cables hanging there etc.

Heat stress could cause them to no-longer support themselves.
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#16
Bubba that conduit is metal with a coating. I till get a pic of it for you. That stuff is very expensive and using inside of factories for its strength.
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#17
I see the stuff at Homedepot for about $1 foot, but I would just ask a local electrical contractor or electrician for a couple of feet. They will often have it left over from a job.

Or am off base here?
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#18
This may be what your thinking of....

https://www.homedepot.com/p/AFC-Cable-Sy.../202286718

This is what i am using...

https://www.homedepot.com/p/AFC-Cable-Sy.../202364500

There was also 2 sizes i used... the 3/4 which i just listed and a 1' as well
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#19
Oh ya, you don't like solid conduit?

What advantages are there for the type you are using right now. I haven't use that stuff before.
I have used the solid stuff and the flexible metal stuff.
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#20
Solid is fine but in the application i am using it its just easier to work with. And its water tight. (not that its in a wet location but the inverter can be installed in a wet location if need be.
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