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Hello from Wakefield, UK
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I presume that means that, at the low load threshold and below, it will take it's supply from grid mains power?
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(09-14-2018, 05:19 PM)Paul_m Wrote: I presume that means that, at the low load threshold and below, it will take it's supply from grid mains power?

A hybrid inverter would do it.. right.
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(09-14-2018, 12:18 PM)glyndwr1998 Wrote: I have contacted Sofar Solar for info and authorised uk distributor, they emailed me with a compalny called midnightsolar as the uk authorised distributor. It may be worth giving them a ring as to the max distance on a CT cable.
Im not sure of that myself to be honest.

Raw CT distance is only short (few meters) and not 40m, which is close to what I need.
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