I have 2 Newpowa solar panels model NPA240s-15 connected to my Dc enhancer connected to my AC200p but am only getting 300 watts max is the enhancer holding back the rest of the watts
panels 240Watts ea
I have 790 watts of solar on the pv this 440 is on the Do50s enhancer i am running a small window A/C.
I am trying to see if these panels 2 ea. Newpowa solar panels 240w ea how much output i am getting if it was worth getting this new item or if the enhancer takes away any of the watts. . i have 8 200w rich solar which are were good, but i wanted less panels for the use of the enhancer.
connected straight into bluetti ac200p pv input the 2 (240w panels) but only got 311watts tops out of (480) guess these panels are not that great.
The D050 simply raises the input voltage to an output voltage of 58 volts. It does not increase the amperage (amout of input electricity). The unit exists so that a single solar panel can be used to charge the AC200 series (instead of the usual 2 minimum) or allow you to have solar panels attached to the AC200 series and then connect another set(s) of panels connected to the D050S and then connected to the AC charging brick input. Simply allows you to have two charging input sources to increase the charging wattage.
Increasing the amount of input electricity would be physically impossibly. That is like taking a gallon of water and making it be 5 gallons by running it through a funnel. It is impossibly. If it were possible, we would have unlimited free energy.
I just got a fault 005. Adapter over voltage, is that on the Do50?
Only running 3 100 watt panels tru the D050 all in series
1 Renogy Solar Panel 100 Watt 12 Volt Eclipse
2 RICH SOLAR 100 Watt 12 Volt Polycrystalline
pv input i have 790 watts
its all working again maybe it got too much sun
i think i might have too many volts going in
What is the input voltage limit of the DO50 and what voltage were you feeding it with your solar panels? If the panels output exceeded the input limit of the DO50 then yes you had too many volts going in.
The DC enhancer is rated for 60 volts and 10 amps
2 of your panels in parallel would get over 20 amps
I’m having similar issues trying to get max watts out of my enhancer!
Hard to match the 60 volt 10 amp requirement