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  1. Yes, and remember that it's a slow blow fuse rated to 1500A DC.
  2. Back in the early 1980's we sold the world's first portable PC, the Osborne. It was very popular. Then Osborne announced that the new "deluxe" model with all the latest bells and whistles would be available in 6 months. Sales immediately fell to zero, worldwide, as everyone held off buying until the new model was available. Suffice to say the company almost immediately failed due to no cash flow. The deluxe model never made it to market. Osborne was no more. Since then most companies seem to have learnt the Osborne lesson. Never announce a new product until it is on the shelves.
  3. No, but I never will deal with a postal address business. I want to know where I can go physically if satisfaction not delivered.
  4. I came across this product a few months back and asked on the forum if anyone had any experience or views on it. It looks like an option Carlysun might be interested in. B..t.w.it appears to be a South African product. https://www.sustainable.co.za/catalogsearch/result/?q=solarhotty
  5. Having been burnt on a non-solar project where the installer ran away with a 50% deposit, I personally would run from someone who wants 100% ! Look for someone else, is my recommendation.
  6. If we didn't have load shedding we sure would soon have a blackout!
  7. The below link has containers from R700 and complete aquaponic system from R2950 that might suit your needs. http://www.flowbins.co.za/ Happy New Year
  8. https://voltronicpower.com/en-US/Product/Detail/Wifi-Card#tab_menu1 The above link has an option to download the manual after registering with Voltronic. Hopefully the link works and the manual will have the method of resetting the box to default. Otherwise examine the box for a small button (often close to where the power plugs in) or a pinhole into which you can insert a unbent paperclip. Depress the button, or insert the paper clip and press against the resistance you feel (internal button),for 10 seconds whilst the power is ON.
  9. Whilst researching for something else I came across this product; (The name caught my eye...like all hotties do.) www.solarhotty.com. Claims to use PV to use existing geyser (upto 4kw) without modifications (dc to the element?). Would this perhaps be a viable (cost effective) solution for water heating with PV? (They also claim use for cooking?) The only people I could find selling it is sustainable.co.za at R4192 on "special". I did post about this on the "Product Opinions & reviews" forum but on reading this thread I thought it might be pertinent. Please excuse me if it isn't! Rgards to all.
  10. Has anyone experience with this product? www.solarhotty.com Thanks in advance,
  11. I nearly bought a property on the Lions River and was keen on hydro generation and found these guys. https://www.zmsa.co.za/en/categories/water-energy Maybe you can get some tips from them?
  12. From ACDC List price R213.00 https://www.acdc.co.za/pages/product-individual?CSCOS2P25A
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