MPP LV6548

jasonhc73

Cat herder, and dog toy tosser.
 

Samsonite801

Solar Addict
I just ordered two LV6548's today I'm in Ontario Canada, now we wait and see how long, I asked twice if they have stock to which that question was not answered ????

Well I just paid the invoice Peggy sent me like a couple minutes ago... She said they'll ship 3 days after payment received, because they will do a full bench test on them prior to shipment... Seems like a really great price for a 13k system... I got high hopes :)


Evidence:
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Hello Oliver,

Yes, we use PayPal. Just sent you an invoice from PayPal for 2 pc of LV 6548

Item can be sent in 3 working days after payment (require a full testing before shipment)

When you pay, pls also help to put a full shipping address and telephone number on PayPal for shipping purpose.

Thanks
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DanF

Solar Addict
Just ordered my 6548 tonight! Can't wait to see that RGB LED strip light up!! ;)
Wow, door to door delivered my inverter from Taiwan to Ohio.. 3 days! Awesome! DHL did great and this order was from MPP Solar's Alibaba site. Any info you need let me know...
 

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jasonhc73

Cat herder, and dog toy tosser.
Wow, door to door delivered my inverter from Taiwan to Ohio.. 3 days! Awesome! DHL did great and this order was from MPP Solar's Alibaba site. Any info you need let me know...
Please take a close up picture of the A/C in and A/C out. The book says 4 AWG lines! I'm pretty suspect of that size since I could not make 6 AWG fit in the LV5048.

I ordered mine on Monday and they cleared customs in Cincinnati today. I will have them tomorrow. :)
 

DanF

Solar Addict
Please take a close up picture of the A/C in and A/C out. The book says 4 AWG lines! I'm pretty suspect of that size since I could not make 6 AWG fit in the LV5048.

I ordered mine on Monday and they cleared customs in Cincinnati today. I will have them tomorrow.
No way you can get 4AWG in there. Not needed anyway unless you had a really long run. I cant read the size on the other side of the lugs, but appears to be #6 to me and that should be fine for the line/load rating. I added some other pictures here... Sorry they are so dark
 

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y2kk

New Member
Hi, I have questions to those who bought and/or got your MPP LV5048. I'm curious why you bought All-in-One product instead of Titan generator? Because you already have batteries? I just can't decide which is better to power a small off-grid house. Anyhow congrats for getting one. That must be exciting!
 

jasonhc73

Cat herder, and dog toy tosser.
Hi, I have questions to those who bought and/or got your MPP LV5048. I'm curious why you bought All-in-One product instead of Titan generator? Because you already have batteries? I just can't decide which is better to power a small off-grid house. Anyhow congrats for getting one. That must be exciting!
I have solar and batteries, and the grid for my "generator". I'm not "off-grid".
 

JoeHam

Photon Sorcerer
Hi, I have questions to those who bought and/or got your MPP LV5048. I'm curious why you bought All-in-One product instead of Titan generator? Because you already have batteries? I just can't decide which is better to power a small off-grid house. Anyhow congrats for getting one. That must be exciting!

The first things that come to mind are increased capacity for a much lower cost.
 
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