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iMeshbean® New 300W Small Grid Tie Power Inverter Converter for Solar Panel System 10.8-30V DC 110VAC 92% Efficiecy


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  • Normal AC Output Power:250W; Maximum AC Output Power:300W
  • AC Output Voltage Range: 90V ~ 130V; DC Input Voltage Range: 10.8V ~ 30V; Total Harmonic Distortion(THD):<5%; Power Factor: 0.99
  • AC Output Frequency Range: 46Hz ~ 65Hz. Peak Inverter Efficiency: 92%; Output Current Waveform:Pure Sine-wave; Standby Power consumption:<0.5W
  • Features:MPPT Function/Over Current Protection/Over Temperature Protection/Reverse Polarity Protection/Island Protection/Stackable
  • Package Includes: Power inverter and Power cord
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iMeshbean® New 300W Small Grid Tie Power Inverter Converter for Solar Panel System 10.8-30V DC 110VAC 92% Efficiecy + P3 P4400 Kill A Watt Electricity Usage Monitor
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Product Description

More Models are available

SUN-250G: B004TVEF8Y, Wind-250G: B008BDAQDY

Wind-300G (10.8V ~ 30VAC): B007WQBK2C,Wind-300G (10.8V ~ 30VDC): B005N2OLZU

Sun-500G: B008CNM1SQ, Sun-S500G-HI: B005N29SGM

Wind-500G (10.8V ~ 30VAC): B007WQDKMA, Wind-500G-HI (22V ~ 60VAC): B007X0L2C0

Wind-500G (10.8V ~ 30VDC): B005N2ST9E, Wind-500G (22V ~ 60VDC): B007X0OVGO

Sun-600G: B007XAEINU, Sun-600G -HI (10.8V ~ 30VDC): B005N2VLO4

Sun-1000G-HI (10.8V ~ 30VDC): B007XAP0V4

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INTRODUCTION:

The only plug and play small grid tie photovoltaic system;The stackable small grid tie photovoltaic system

Electrical Specifications:

Model: SUN-300G

Normal AC Output Power: 250W

Maximum AC Output Power: 300W

AC Output Voltage Range: 90V ~ 130V

AC Output Frequency Range: 46Hz ~ 65Hz

Total Harmonic Distortion(THD): <5%Power Factor: 0.99

DC Input Voltage Range: 10.8V ~ 30V

Peak Inverter Efficiency: 92%

Standby Power consumption: <0.5WOutput Current Waveform: Pure Sine-wave

MPPT Function: Yes

Over Current Protection: Yes

Over Temperature Protection: Yes

Reverse Polarity Protection: Yes

Island Protection: Yes

Stackable: Yes

Package Includes:Power inverter and Power cord

Operating Temperature Range: -10 ~ 45 centigrade


Product Information

Technical Details
Item model numberSUN-300G
  
Additional Information
ASINB005N2WHDI
Shipping Weight5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Date First AvailableSeptember 15, 2011
  
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10 of 12 people found the following review helpful By kev on January 15, 2012
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i tested this plug in grid tie, to see if i could make my meter spin backwards. with only 60 watts of solar power, and turning everything in my house off, it spun backwords! awesome!
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Oil Lamp Productions on March 8, 2012
I am hooked up to 2 panel sets, a 125w 12v panel, and the 45w 12v panel array from HF, 170w total. Through my KillAWatt meter at my high utility rate, I'm putting about $12-15/month into my house in Feb/Mar 2012. It will be much higher this summer. This is the simplist hookup for straight grid tie.
It won't work with a battery bank/charge controller as a load to the controller, so I have to switch the 45w array to my backup battery bank once in a while to keep the batteries fully charged (I also have a small 1.5w panel trickling the batteries).
I'm very pleased with this inverter.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Lenore R Eyer on March 10, 2013
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Out with the old, in with the new.

UPDATE---> Some time has gone by so I'm updating my observations. Now with 4 panels connected, In the peak sunlight hours of the summer day, I can get up to about 220 Watts before the GTI drops to zero output. After a minute or so it will come back online. I'm not sure if this is because the GTI is maxed out or if I'm just too close to matching my consumption. I changed my pool timer to match the peak period so it shouldn't drop off anymore, and it reduces my usage spike. Since I couldn't get any closer to 300W, I added 2 deep cycle 12v batteries (in parallel) to the mix to provide power into the night. I was getting close to 100W for most of the night. I added a 3rd battery and now I get ~80W all night, and get fully charged back up by ~2pm. I assume the power drop means the third battery might not be as good as the first two or I added resistance in my cabling. It's coming off.
Later I'll get two 24v panels, the higher voltage GTI, and two 24v batteries, to help offset fewer hours of sun in the winter. I added one star since the GTI has been working pretty solid around the clock. I'm averaging about 30KWhr/Month. I see kits sold for $1800 and up (not including tax, etc.) to get that output. I'm in for just about half of that.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Isacc Bojorquez Guerrero on January 28, 2013
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Great inverter so far, i have connected a 85W solar panel to it and it gave me 70W of AC output to the grid. I used a Kill-a-watt meter to test this. When i turned all my electric devices off the utility meter run backwards! The unit was shipped fast and arrived well, i recomend this to people who want to test solar technology and no to spend to much money, you can increase the power over time.

My only complai us that the vendor doesnt atach an invoice to the product and i had problems importing this item to my country, i finally managed to import it using the receip from amazon. But it would be a great adeal if the vendor could provide an invoice for especial situations like this.
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10 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Edward Andrew Williams on June 19, 2012
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If you have a smart meter you are out of luck. It will charge you for power you put into the grid. I Live in Texas and when I called my power company they said that unless I have a code setup I can go pound sand.
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