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Posted by Josepi on November 3, 2009, 12:24 pm
 


Of course because hot is the opposite of cold. Makes total sense.

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Posted by m II on November 3, 2009, 4:00 pm
 


Josepi wrote:


No. It's self limiting because a snow covering or rain, with it's
overcast skies, reduces greatly the output of the panels. With little or
no output, there can't be an over voltage condition produced. There is
no need to short out the panels at all.

I see shorting panels as a complete waste of power. The first thing you
can do with what would be wasted power is switch it over to run a small
compressor, with a huge tank. Air tools are good to have and compressed
air doesn't go bad.

After the tank is fully pressurized, you can start thinking about
heating water in the winter. How about COOLING antifreeze in the summer?
The waste power could be making things cooler with a heat pump as easily
as it heats things up.

I'm sure there are many other things the "waste" electricity could be
used for other than circulating it in the panels.




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Posted by Josepi on November 4, 2009, 8:15 pm
 

I guess you don't get out much.

Can you show us your circuits to type in your cooling compressor to your
grid-tie co-gen PV controller? telll us how you regulate the voltage so your
compressor doesn't burn out and switches over from your air pressure
compressor. Perhaps explain what you do for a compressed air supply when the
sun isn't shining?

Maybe a simple diagram how your flyback transformer operates as a grid-tie
co-gen when your brightnes is turned down on your TV?

No? I didn't think so.

Poor Wayne (God) defence. Why would he call you?


Josepi wrote:


No. It's self limiting because a snow covering or rain, with it's
overcast skies, reduces greatly the output of the panels. With little or
no output, there can't be an over voltage condition produced. There is
no need to short out the panels at all.

I see shorting panels as a complete waste of power. The first thing you
can do with what would be wasted power is switch it over to run a small
compressor, with a huge tank. Air tools are good to have and compressed
air doesn't go bad.

After the tank is fully pressurized, you can start thinking about
heating water in the winter. How about COOLING antifreeze in the summer?
The waste power could be making things cooler with a heat pump as easily
as it heats things up.

I'm sure there are many other things the "waste" electricity could be
used for other than circulating it in the panels.




mike


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Posted by Gordon on November 2, 2009, 11:16 pm
 



I'm mystified by that too.
But what really gets me is the idea that there is power to be
harvested and it has no where to go.  I suppose that's the
attraction of grid tie systems; you can dump as much power
as you have into the grid.

I suppose that on a stand alone system, I could just switch in
another battery.

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