- May 1, 2021
Exactly what I though, you don't have time to read it but you do have time to ask me to go back and read it for you and feed you the answers.The search feature was relevant because I used it to ..well search. I think it was "solark shutting down" or something like that and it took me to page six of that thread where you were front and center doing the same thing there. I went two pages back and two pages forward, for generalization, and it was the same talking points. I don't have time to read 11 pages of diatribe looking for innate wisdom why somebodies right and others are wrong all the time. It's not spoon feeding somebody to make a specific citation / reference point to help solidify a point for somebody new to the argument. Again, get over yourself! Yes, companies compare competitors products all the time, no they don't blatantly lie about the other vendors products because that is a law suite if it's proven it was "Intentional". I've worked in labs doing this very testing on several occasions for IT hardware and software. You basically just regurgitated what I said on this topic. I stand by I don't believe David or SS was trying to intentionally be deceptive. You're finding malice because your triggered and looking for it. People make unintentional mistakes, I believe this to be the case and both parties updated with relevant information after the fact that seems to state this is in fact true. I'll have to believe them because there's nothing that I personally saw that persuades a different outcome for me. You feel different, so be it. The fact you have to criticize his wife shows just how triggered you got, it's funny and sad at the same time. Try coming down from that righteous perch and see others viewpoints.
I'll admit I missed the (L-L) surge requirements.. so for that I'll have to apologize and concede to you. You were correct, I was incorrect! Based on what you're saying and according to the manual the inverter can only handle surges for 240V loads; if this fact is true that's a bad design for the NA market. This inverter seems to be primarily engineered for the EU style market and retrofitted for the NA market. This inverter is sold as a grid tie inverter in the NA market; most of us have all electric houses and only having surge capabilities on 240V only circuits is less than desirable. I can balance the loads in the panel but can't control when the AC/oven/stove/dryer is on at any one point, as there's multiple people in this house, and then somebody needs to use a 120V heavy load like a simple blow dryer etc. This explains why the autotransformer worked since it helped balance the loads ..including surge loads across the two legs. And, no you should have to drop another $8k for a pair to make up for a bad design.
Just don't ask questions that are already answered in the thread. Just like the L-L problem that he did not understand their are numerous other issues pointed out. If you want to label them as diatribe without reading it then fine, but don't ask me to find the answers for you when your the one that linked a thread you refuse to read.
I still cannot get over how you claimed to have read the thread then asked me a question that was answered on the very first page.