Did you scroll to the second page? Only DC spec I see is DC/AC conversion efficiency.240VAC? Must have a built-in inverter? We see no "DC specs" for the underlying solar panel. You could probably remove the inverter and treat it as a normal panel - - but without 'specs', hard to know for sure.
I'm picking it up as soon as I get back in town. Worth a shot I figure.It has an inverter which should be able to be demolitioned. Most MPPT controllers can handle voltages above 12 volts and convert it to 12dc. It’s a big panel but would fit and MIGHT save you $300 or might be a super headache. I’d take it of course and cut out the inverter, put it in the sun and find the open circuit voltage and go from there.
No -- that's not a problem. All of the micro inverters have anti islanding that shuts down the PV system completely if it cannot detect the presence of the grid. There are thousands of micro inverter systems out there (including mine) and they work just fine and are safe.responding to GaryBIS
If you plug this into a 240v outlet wouldn't you be back feeding the power lines if there is a power outage (a tree takes out a power line in your neighborhood)?