Posted by Jim Wilkins on March 5, 2009, 4:43 pm
On Mar 5, 8:42am, Ecnerwal
The separated leads look just like overheated printed circuit board
traces. You can see the discoloration on one where it rises up off the
substrate, which acts as a heatsink.
Posted by William Wixon on March 5, 2009, 5:41 pm
wow. too bad they couldn't have pre-installed some aerial pyrotechnics
under the panels in some sort of weatherproof container, when the panels
went up they could've also enjoyed a nice pyrotechnics display, would've
made a great video for anti-PV people.
Posted by Martin Riddle on March 8, 2009, 7:49 pm
I'm surprised the Fire Department didnít knock down the house to put the
A UL listed panel means that its been tested for Fire and Safety. If it
goes on fire it will not burn on its own (i.e. 94-V0)
and no one can be harmed if its installed properly. Usually this is
needed for insurance purposes. Now a days it is really a high risk to
not use a UL panel.