F.A.Q.

Yes. You do not need to place a cable from the solar system to your main meter. By connecting the Supersola to a regular grounded socket, the Supersola is connected to the fuse board of your home. A micro inverter inside the Supersola makes sure the DC current is switched to AC current fit to feed in into your home circuits and appliances.

Because in many cases there also will be other equipment conncected to the same circuit as the Supersola, we recommend to never connect more than 3 Supersola’s to one circuit (socket). And make sure the socket is grounded.

Also it is good to know that the Supersola has safety measures at place. Only when the system recognizes it is connected to the power grid of your home, it wil power on. This means you will never receive a shock form the pins of the powerplug.

Because in many cases there also will be other equipment conncected to the same circuit as the Supersola, we recommend to never connect more than 3 Supersola’s to one circuit (socket). And make sure the socket is grounded.

Also placing more then 3 Supersola’s is possible without adjusments in your meter cubboard. For example you want to place 6 Supersola’s you can divide them in groups of 3 over 2 different sockets. Each socket being connected to a different circuit at home.

If there are no other appliances conencted to a circuit, you can place up to 12 Supersola’s with one plug and socket.

We advise to order a smart socket that can measure power output (or input in this case). We have good experiences with this smart wifi connected socket. The socket can be connected via an app, through which you can monitor the proceeds of the Supersola. While at the same time it functions as an extra protection against current overload.

No. Unfortenately the Supersola does not work during a power outtage. This is due to a safety measure in the micro inverter that needs to detect a connection to a operating power grid. If is does not detect the power grid the Supersola will shut off. This is to make sure that no unsafe situations occur on the power grid with all the small solar sytems feeding to the grid. Keeping it unbalanced and unsafe for engineers to fix the power outtage.

No. The Supersola can be directly connected to a grounded socket. All required electronics are incorporated in the system. The Supersola is thereby also perfectly suited for expansion of a regular solar panel set. You do not need to connect the Supersola to the existing inverter and thereby also avoid needing to buy a larger inverter.

The standard size of the power cord is 5 meters. Which on average makes it long enough for the most common placement situations. For €9,95 the cord can be extended too 10 meters. This can be declared during the ordering process.

It is also possible to use an extension cord between the Supersola and the wall socket. But make sure when that part is placed outdoors it is a weather proof extension cord, meant to use outdoors.

Folded (when transporting) the Supersola is 1,73m*1,08m*0,19m.

Unfolded (when placed) the Supersola had the follwing measurments: 1,73m*1,12m*0,46m.

The weight of an empty Supersola is 42,5 kg. If all four ballasttanks are filled with water the Supersola weighs 94,5 kg.

No. This version of the Supersola does not contain an accu pack. Because the return of investment is to long at the moment in the Netherlands, when adding an accu pack.

The Supersola and the ballasttanks are designed to be able to freeze. Antifreeze etc. are not needed.

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