All permits for the solar project have been issued and approved. Now we need to get on the installation schedule.

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Rick T · July 8, 2024 at 10:35 am

Now the fun begins. Here’s hoping you get a smarter inspector than we got for our project. The dipstick didn’t understand (or remember) what a normal shutdown looks like on a battery-backed solar system, he failed our installation 3 times until the installer got his area-level engineer to come in and baby-step the city moron thru the shutdown process and what he should see. We were far from the first PV w battery system installed in the city but he had no f-ing clue on what was what.

Drove my installer crazy and delayed our startup by two months.

D · July 8, 2024 at 11:38 am

Nice!

I’m just sitting over here in 98 degree sunny weather….with a broken RS485 jack that connects my battery bank….somehow I snagged it and snapped it off the inverter motherboard.

Plenty of sun, but it’s not doing anything for me because the inverter won’t do anything without communication with the batteries.

Bad Dancer · July 8, 2024 at 3:39 pm

Good on ya fella

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