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  • #16
    Originally posted by doctorman View Post
    will the bigger units like the 7Kw have the power outlet option as advertised?

    SELF-SUSTAINING POWER OUTLET (OPTIONAL)
    Nominal Output Voltage 120 V
    Maximum Output Power 1500(2) W
    External Outlet with GFDI YES
    They have not advertised this as far as I can tell. according to the spec sheet the 7.6kw (they don't have a 7kw inverter) along with all the smaller inverters in the HDWave line will have an OPTIONAL self sustaining outlet.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fBGLlPFpTSU

    There has been no indication or anything about them replacing the 10kw or 11.4kw inverters
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    • #17
      Originally posted by ButchDeal View Post

      They have not advertised this as far as I can tell. according to the spec sheet the 7.6kw (they don't have a 7kw inverter) along with all the smaller inverters in the HDWave line will have an OPTIONAL self sustaining outlet.

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fBGLlPFpTSU

      There has been no indication or anything about them replacing the 10kw or 11.4kw inverters

      it is in the data sheet
      attached
      Attached Files

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      • #18
        Originally posted by sensij View Post

        I pretty much agree with this. From what I understand, the HD-Wave version is trading out more tested / established inverter circuitry for an architecture that has more points of failure using components that may be more prone to failure. From my perspective, lots of risk for not much gain.
        They heard your concern and are offering a warranty extension from 12 to 20 years for $120. Hopefully they are big enough now to be around that long or have insured their warranty like some module manufacturers.

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        • #19
          Originally posted by doctorman View Post
          it is in the data sheet
          attached
          Yes I have posted the data sheet for weeks now. A tech data sheet is not advertising though.
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          • #20
            Originally posted by adoublee View Post

            They heard your concern and are offering a warranty extension from 12 to 20 years for $120. Hopefully they are big enough now to be around that long or have insured their warranty like some module manufacturers.
            SolarEdge has offered the 20 and 25 year warranty extensions on all the inverters. This is not new


            From what I understand, the HD-Wave version is trading out more tested / established inverter circuitry for an architecture that has more points of failure using components that may be more prone to failure.
            It is actually less components in the new architecture so less points of failure and significantly less heat.
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            • #21
              Originally posted by ButchDeal View Post

              They have not advertised this as far as I can tell. according to the spec sheet the 7.6kw (they don't have a 7kw inverter) along with all the smaller inverters in the HDWave line will have an OPTIONAL self sustaining outlet.

              https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fBGLlPFpTSU

              There has been no indication or anything about them replacing the 10kw or 11.4kw inverters
              do you expect HDwave to be at the same price range as the older models sold now?

              is the HDwave 3Kw the same price as the regular solaredge 3Kw in price now?
              when do you expect the HDwave 7.6Kw to be released?
              any idea if the optional outlet can be added on later?

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              • #22
                Originally posted by doctorman View Post

                do you expect HDwave to be at the same price range as the older models sold now?

                is the HDwave 3Kw the same price as the regular solaredge 3Kw in price now?
                when do you expect the HDwave 7.6Kw to be released?
                any idea if the optional outlet can be added on later?
                cheaper
                The SE3000H is about $100 less than the SE3000A. Same for the SE3800H vs SE3800A
                should be around the end of the quarter
                not sure about upgrade. there is no indication that it will be upgradable (and none that it will not be either).
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                • #23
                  Originally posted by ButchDeal View Post

                  cheaper
                  The SE3000H is about $100 less than the SE3000A. Same for the SE3800H vs SE3800A
                  should be around the end of the quarter
                  not sure about upgrade. there is no indication that it will be upgradable (and none that it will not be either).
                  Hopefully you see this response. Looking for some feedback. I'm getting ready to order my system right now. I'm looking at a 9.4 KW system using the SE10000A (future upgrades to 11.6KW planned in a couple years). Would you recommend sticking to this plan or doing the SE7600H with the newer tech? According to their data, the 11.6KW would still be under their 155% oversizing threshold, so that inverter could work for me, in theory.

                  Any thoughts? If they do ship by the end of Q1, that will work with my install timeline.

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                  • #24
                    Originally posted by badutahboy View Post

                    Hopefully you see this response. Looking for some feedback. I'm getting ready to order my system right now. I'm looking at a 9.4 KW system using the SE10000A (future upgrades to 11.6KW planned in a couple years). Would you recommend sticking to this plan or doing the SE7600H with the newer tech? According to their data, the 11.6KW would still be under their 155% oversizing threshold, so that inverter could work for me, in theory.

                    Any thoughts? If they do ship by the end of Q1, that will work with my install timeline.
                    If all of your panels will be facing the same direction, 11.6kW is going to be too large for the 7600W inverter. It may still work, but you are going to lose out on a lot of power.
                    I also don't believe the SE7600H is on sale quite yet. I thought it was going to be a Q2 release.
                    The marginal gain in efficiency won't come close to the power you gain from going with a larger inverter.

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                    • #25
                      There is one on PVOutput now a nice SE3800H It is in Jackson, KY. Orientation is mostly South East but there is a dormer on the south east roof with two modules south West and two North East. (PVOutput only gives you easy set up for two orientations).

                      http://pvoutput.org/intraday.jsp?id=...54&dt=20170322
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                      • #26
                        Originally posted by ButchDeal View Post

                        cheaper
                        The SE3000H is about $100 less than the SE3000A. Same for the SE3800H vs SE3800A
                        should be around the end of the quarter
                        not sure about upgrade. there is no indication that it will be upgradable (and none that it will not be either).
                        Any word/hint/promise/claim on the availability of 5k and 6k HD waves ?

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                        • #27
                          Q3 for the 7500H

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                          • #28
                            Originally posted by jayc5627 View Post
                            q3 for the 7500h
                            SE7600H

                            https://www.solarpaneltalk.com/filedata/fetch?id=343181
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                            • #29
                              Originally posted by Jayc5627 View Post
                              Q3 for the 7500H
                              Does that timeline apply to 5k and 6k inverters as well ?

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                              • #30
                                I believe the 5k and 6k are due sometime in Q2

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