9856 watts day 1

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9856 watts day 1

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Hi Kids

Here"s day 1

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44/224 watt Sharp panels, Are yah feelin the power 8)
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Oooh... sweet!

You're telling me they delivered that lot and not a single panel was cracked? The ones I was buying had a 1 in 4 chance of being broken when I opened the box.
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When they hit yah for 50 grand I guess they pack them a little better :lol: I love the ground mounted jobs. This one was a easy one. By the end of tomarrow I'll be inside getin ready to hook up.
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2/5000 watt SMA Sunny boy inverters

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I love these Sunny boy inverters, there built like tanks.

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So now for the next 2 month the home owner will be parked down in the basement in there lazyboy recliner sitting in front of the inverters counting how much c02 there reducing and all the free power making. Most times it takes 6 to 8 week to get over the excitement of making there own electric and then they never look at it again unless something goes wrong. The next one is up on a flat roof.
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