Ginlong 750v 2000w UL listed grid tie

Discussion in 'Connecting to the Grid' started by bluejay, Mar 22, 2011.

  1. bluejay

    bluejay WindyNation Engineer

    For about 1800 it sounds like a good choice for a few turbines ran in series to bring up to very efficient voltages. If anyone gets any experience with this unit,please post them here..
     
  2. murray2paddles

    murray2paddles WindyNation Engineer

    Hope to have some info on this unit later this year. The 2000watt Ginlong is the inverter we have chosen to work with the new 2kw turbine. Searched most of last year and it ended up as the final choice !
    They do advertise to program it for your particular turbine, so I am wondering how that would translate in programing if you were to use multi turbines ? Interesting thought !
     
  3. murray2paddles

    murray2paddles WindyNation Engineer

    Almost forgot, when you mentioned 1800. , the price we were quoted last year was in the 800. range .
     
  4. bluejay

    bluejay WindyNation Engineer

    Quoted from Ginlong directly?.When googleing it the 1800 seems a constant price :?:
     
  5. murray2paddles

    murray2paddles WindyNation Engineer

    I am trying to look for old notes but for some reason those $$$ sound like what they quoted for their 2kw turbine.
    Oh man, if it is 1800.00 for the inverter that means back to the drawing board for me ! :eek:
     

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