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Ac modules and old Enphase inverters without trunk cables

From HeatSpring.com PV Boot Camp Discussion Board


Thanks for the offer to assist in providing distributor referrals.
As a student are we able to access these discussions after the class has ended?
I appreciate the link to the LG manual. The LG connects their trunk cable to an AC junction box, then the customer can decide on means to get ac to the distribution panel.


The first 2 generations of Enphase microinverters did not have a trunk cable. They came with enough chord attached to one inverter to attach to the next inverter.

Here you can see what I am talking about:

At first many installers didn't like the idea of having to get an extra trunk cable, but then they ended up liking how they can put down the trunk cable all at once, not having to perform wire management underneath the modules.

Sean White

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