[quote=“farhan_ds, post:9, topic:19358”]
a word of advice to all
donot simply buy the cheapest panel you can afford… in long run it will cost you more than you plan to save.
canadian panels outrank all others
hallroad and most bulk market places have bulk purchased the lowest cost panels and charge controllers, . so unless you have plenty of money to repair and replace them every 4-5 years, go ahead blindly.
by just opening a big shop and hiring 2 clean shave boys doesnot mean that the seller is a harvard graduate in electronics and works secretly for NASA and HAARP… even basic electricians know all that easy stuff. most of you people know more than all of them… heck i am a medical professional and even i know more than 80% of those people, and yet i dont even consider myself 10% knowledgeable in whats going on in true depth.
the purpose of writing all this is that solar systems are a HUGE financial investment , and each component needs to be tailor designed to fulfill your needs… just buying the cheapest 100 rs /W panel or a shiny plastic cheap ass charge controller with small car sized batteries would not provide you the power you need NOW< and will fail in the Long term.
i myself wasted almost 50k on bad ups setups and batteries, until i got help from a proper professional, and now we havent have had a single second of loadshedding since november 2012.
always do your research properly… get a professional to guide you… invest more now, cuz its a one time investment., which should last you atleast 10-15 years. not just a season.
I did mentioned the brand’s name, Yingli, Canadian solar and LDK are some of the largest solar panels manufacturer in the world. All 3 are Chinese companies.
What advantages Canadian solar have over Yingli(3 or 4th largest in the world) or LDK ?
Everybody has to buy a system according to their requirements. Which can be calculated.
You can check a check a panel before purchasing.
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