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Wylex Solar Mini-CU

Discussion in 'Solar PV Forum' started by BruceB, Feb 24, 2012.

Discuss Wylex Solar Mini-CU in the Solar PV Forum area at ElectrciansForums.co.uk.

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  1. BruceB
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    BruceB Electrician's Arms

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    Decided to use a Wylex solar mini-CU today as an experiment from TLC. I have been making my own up to date from eg MK bits and a din rail meter. Overall I thought it was good:

    - The box is small and neat , smaller than the MK ones I have been using but enough room inside.
    - It comes already labelled.
    - It is pre-wired
    - The meter is a PRO1TE V11.312. It is mechanical and much easier to read than the LCD one. The significance of the version number is that it counts up when the power flows one direction only and does not count backwards. So they have thought it through.
    - It has a 16A mcb. Personally I would have designed it with a 20A mcb, as the cables being protected would always be large enough and I prefer an mcb not to be running at its maximum if there is a choice.

    Regards
    Bruce
     
    Last edited: Feb 24, 2012
  2. MorganPVI
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    What inverter did you use?
     
  3. BruceB
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    BruceB Electrician's Arms

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    The Solar Edge I mentioned in another post
     
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