Hi @Dom , Thank you for sharing.
May I ask what are your solar panel parameters (wattage, open circuit voltage, series and parallel)?
If you can specify your solution, we would appreciate it.
Thanks in advance.
During summer you may get away with 130 to 140, but when the cold weather arrives, it will be much more thabn 150 vots. So, best to remove one panel before cold weather.
The mppt should shut down at 145 volts. Remove one panel, in event it is peaking at 145 volts.
There are online site that will give you the results of your input when -40 temperature (u can choose). Volts and amperage.
Also, I don’t expect the solar would have burnt out your unit, as it is claimed it has over voltage protection. If it did get burnt out, then the protection failed and should be covered under warranty.
Started to see such failure reporting online. A concern?.
Hi @Dom , sorry for inconvenience caused.
As you need to return to the factory for repair, this will require contacting support team via firstname.lastname@example.org for further resolution, thank you very much for your understanding.