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Customer Story : Techie uses Amberroot REhub to DIY his Solar install

Do it Yourselves (DIY) : Adding Solar PV in your house ! I have below a detailed blog from a ‘Techie’ Ajeet Sharma who set up a Solar plant in his house – all by himself. He used Amberroot’s REhub MPPT for the same. Like a true engineer, he is…

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Adding Solar PV to Existing Inverters

How to get real savings in Electricity bills and keep the batteries safe! Electricity supply in India has improved enormously in the recent past. The Southern region is expected to have an high Peak shortage (Power cuts !). The Eastern region is expected to have an energy surplus in 2015-161.…

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Installing REhub MPPT -A Customer Video.

My Eco Day is a Solar Startup run by Ifthikar Javed. My Eco Day  has an online Solar store and recently they have also opened a brick and mortar Solar shop in Calicut, Kerala.Yesterday a  customer called me up asking for REhub after seeing a video done by My Eco…

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PWM, MPPT and measuring real output

Yesterday I received a call from a system integrator – who has been installing solar systems using PWM charge controllers and is looking at switching to MPPT charger.  He has an experimental set up with a 200 AH batteries, 48V, 2500 Wp Solar panels : 250 Wp X 10 nos ,…

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Does MPPT make sense in Indian Conditions

As we interact with a variety of different solar system installers, we have got this question repeatedly – does MPPT make sense in Indian conditions. The implied question is – MPPT controllers cost more than the PWM counterparts – is it worth the while to add this cost to the…

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How a good MPPT charge controller (e.g. REhub) reduces system costs

REhub  is based on an high efficiency MPPT charge controller with the ability to accept a wide input MPPT range ( e.g 17 – 65 V for a 12V battery system). System_integrators can use this to their advantage by a) Selecting PV panels that are mass produced and therefore of lower…

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