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DIY - Grid Tie Performance Test Verification Part 6 - Conclusions

This finishes my series of videos verifying my earlier assertions that someone could feasibly run their Grid Tie inverter off of a good sized battery bank provided that they have enough power coming into the battery bank to adequately offset the power being taken out. The Grid Tie ran for 4 hours from around 8:41 a.m. to 12:41 p.m. with 2 additional hours to see how long it would take to recharge the batteries based Depth of Discharge (DoD) and the State of Charge indications (SoC). The general results for the 4 hour test and 2 hour recharge are as follows: 1.) Batteries maintained a charged state of 25Volts. 2.) After 4hrs the DoD was 10% / SoC was 90% 3.) Total household power input after 4hrs was approximately 1.8kW (473Watts per hr x 4) 4.) Time to recharge battery to 28.3v at 100% SoC was approximately 1h 45min.
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