Suppliers of PV panels and equipment

Discussion in 'Electricians' Talk' started by Accaman, May 3, 2010.

  1. Accaman

    Accaman New Member

    I know a few of you out there have fitted PV installations, i have used just one supplier but think i should start looking at a few more,to give a wider choice of product and be able to negotiate cheaper prices. So for those who use them can you give me some recommendations ...:)
  2. fooman

    fooman New Member

    have you ever installed this type of gear acca ?
  3. Accaman

    Accaman New Member

    only once foo,and it came in kit form,have done a few wet systems with plumber mate. I got to provide a quote for an insurance job and just want to give them more options...
  4. Removed 4

    Removed 4 New Member

    According to Acca's website, he's a "Specialist" in this type of alternative energy.

    Bullshit and bluster goes a long way.....

    Lucia x
  5. Accaman

    Accaman New Member

    It aint rocket science, and for the £600 i spent on the pv course ,i could of been better off working it out myself!!!
  6. Accaman

    Accaman New Member

    It sure does Lucia,just ask any politician...:)
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    Removed 4 New Member

    Acca, I don't blame you for advertising your services as a 'specialist'. I just hope that at least one of your 'team' is a specialist until you get the hang of it yourself......

    Lucia x
  8. 999

    999 New Member

  9. Accaman

    Accaman New Member

    Thanks for that, Lucia...Its jobs like these when other skills such as roofing pays dividends ,just need to tap up a cheap scaffolder and my little team is complete...:)

    Nite x
  10. 999

    999 New Member

    good riddance

  11. MGW

    MGW Screwfix Select

    I was looking here at the grid tie inverters but something gone wrong with site.

    I have wondered if one can use a grid tie inverter to run larger equipment from my sons 4A supply to his home. First idea was to use 3KVA inverter and battery charger but having problems getting equipment to work with modified sine wave.

    To date all the PV units I have worked on have been 12 volt and use the same regulator as the wind charger. I see to be able to use step battery charging you need to change regulator from standard. The standard was rather simple just sinks any excess power into heat.

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