SoftwareTester Posted April 5, 2013 Share Posted April 5, 2013 A small garden house has a roof with space for 5 (250 Wp; 1640 * 992 * 40 mm) modules on each half of the symmetrical (10 degrees tilted) roof.In principal I think it should be possible to use a Solaredge SE2200 with OP250LV optimisers.I define a 'double orientation (heterogenous)' system with orientations of -15 and +165 degrees.On each of the 2 subfields I specify '0.5' inverters and check 'uses fractional inputs' .Now I see the number of optimizers in series must be between 6 and 11 , so for my system it is NOT possible as I only have 5 optimizers available in each orientation.Nevertheless it seems to me using SOlaredge should be possible with just 10 modules as each of them will be treated separatelly.So my questions are:a) Am I right it should be possible to use Solaredge SE2200 with 10 modules of 250 Wp if orientations differb) How can I simulate my system having just 10 modules Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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