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  1. georgelza

    My Build.

    So this is the DB, the before and after.
    4 points
  2. Has anybody had any experience in this? Is it worthwhile/recommended to insure your solar system (massive investment). Is your system covered under general house insurance or would one have to specify your panels / inverters / batteries. should all components be insured or only some of the components like the inverter for example? would the insurance cost off set the savings in electricity costs so that it would make solar more expensive than Eskom / municipal in the long run. any thoughts would be welcome and valued. Many thanks Jason
    1 point
  3. Something else program 05 must be on USE for setting 26 , 27 and 29
    1 point
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  5. Hey @plonkster, I’m just a curious guy who likes to think about these things. It’s a conceivable failure mode I guess and I’m just thinking aloud about what could be done.
    1 point
  6. GK Chesterton once wrote (somewhere in the beginning of the 20th century) that the people you want to do the job are too busy. The people who do line up to do the job... the politicians... they are literally WAITING for that job. I think he wrote it for some London news paper at the time.
    1 point
  7. Please Note: As of 2018-07-10 Development and support of this product has ceased. The code below and and comments remain, but only for review and implementation into your own projects. This code is completely free of any license or restriction of any kind (other that the KLEVA name and Logos which are under copyright and Trademark laws) Description: KLEVA Solar Monitor is NOT a replacement for the other perfectly usable products out there for your home use. KLEVA Solar Monitor was born out of a need to log data to an internal SQL server, and to automate a scheduling system that c
    1 point
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