2 Mwh SRNE ASF48100U200-H 10kw.

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Edit 1-2-24 2MWh AC output, close to 2MWh solar.
https://diysolarforum.com/threads/1mwh-srne-asf48100u200-h-10kw.67809/post-966398

Edit 11-13-23 - darned close to 1Mwh of solar with no equipment issues. https://diysolarforum.com/threads/srne-asf48100u200-h-10kw.67809/post-913538
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This will be an ongoing thread with feedback on this unit. It will be a few days (week) before I get everything hooked up.

If anyone wants me to test anything before or after connecting everything please let me know.

I ordered direct from SRNE through Alibaba on August 8th, it arrived yesterday. Just under $1400 all in. This will most likely be another step before I upgrade to something even bigger / "Tier 1".

Currently running a TP6048 with ~5.6kw PV and ~22kwh of battery.
Major loads consist of 1hp well pump ~40a inrush per leg and 1.5hp belt drive compressor along with your typical household items except the dryer and oven. (more details in the introductory thread I've been meaning to make...)

I'll be adding another 3.6kw of ground mount PV and at least another 11kwh of Lifepo4. The dryer will also be added to the loads.

My initial impressions, in comparison to my TP6048.
It's much lighter! I don't know how this HF venture will pan out but I'll be sure to let you know.
The build quality is much better. It feels much more robust, the shell is thicker and the paint is much better.
There will be a lot more room to wire everything up and it seems like it will be easier. I'm using a trough this time around, I completely overlooked the oval PV opening, I'll figure out how to get EMT to it nicely.

Enough rambling on to what everyone wants, photos.

2nd edit - removing the ?? symbols from the title since they are annoying me viewing new threads. I still give it ?? ?? and ? ? ? ? ?
 

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Watching this closely-Looks like a megarevo?

That was fast delivery- was it delivered by air?
 
I like how they combined the AC in and AC out grounds at the case. Earlier SRNE AIO's did not seem to have a good ground without putting a jumper on.
 
Watching this closely-Looks like a megarevo?
To the best of my research and knowledge SRNE and Megarevo are completely separate companies and SRNE is the OEM of this inverter that is relabeled numerous times.
That was fast delivery- was it delivered by air?
Yes, DHL air freight to FedEx for final delivery (explains the ripped corner on the box ?).
Oh if anyone decides to order one, don't give the sales agent the address for your local post office / bogus address for initial quotes; the post office calls confused and you get to go pick it up in afternoon traffic because the agent forget to update your actual address...
 
To the best of my research and knowledge SRNE and Megarevo are completely separate companies and SRNE is the OEM of this inverter that is relabeled numerous times.

Yes, DHL air freight to FedEx for final delivery (explains the ripped corner on the box ?).
Oh if anyone decides to order one, don't give the sales agent the address for your local post office / bogus address for initial quotes; the post office calls confused and you get to go pick it up in afternoon traffic because the agent forget to update your actual address...
Was airfreight the plan all along? I read there is something of a scam going on where they charge you ddp by boat, then air freight it, then a couple of weeks later you get a bill from DHL saying you owe $600 more.

Is this a hybrid inverter, or off grid?
 
Thinking out loud...
Put the trough against the bottom or put the ASF up higher above eye level for the display? It would block a lot of air flow if I mounted directly... Nevermind.

Oh I'm not using the included wall anchors. I had some 3/8" Simpson that I have a lot more faith in.

It is heavier than I thought it was when you have it pressed against the wall trying to figure out exactly where I want it.
 

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Was airfreight the plan all along?
No, I asked for DDP air and sea, air was cheaper.
I read there is something of a scam going on where they charge you ddp by boat, then air freight it, then a couple of weeks later you get a bill from DHL saying you owe $600 more.
Hope not. Quote specifically said air freight.
Is this a hybrid inverter, or off grid?
Hybrid. I'll have the grid connected to it for backup / low batteries but won't be selling back.
 
No, I asked for DDP air and sea, air was cheaper.

Hope not. Quote specifically said air freight.

Hybrid. I'll have the grid connected to it for backup / low batteries but won't be selling back.
Oh ok great. No nasty surprises then. Please put out some videos on this.
 
I'll try to. Never made a video before, first time for everything...
I have never made any videos either. I must admit that I find many videos that people post as being less informative than simple photos and written descriptions. Each has a place I guess.

I find myself rapidly skipping through videos to get to the meat and save my limited bandwidth.
 
I have never made any videos either. I must admit that I find many videos that people post as being less informative than simple photos and written descriptions. Each has a place I guess.

I find myself rapidly skipping through videos to get to the meat and save my limited bandwidth.
I watch most videos at 2x speed. A lot of useless jabbering
 
I realized the 6awg THHN I ordered doesn't have white for the neutral, I ordered 15' of W,R,B,G... They must have ran out of white...

I know there is a code stipulation for allowing wires to be taped below x gauge but can't remember what it is. @timselectric do you know of the top of your head?
 
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