but the inverters that convert from DC to AC are the same as used by solar panels.I am not talking about solar panels
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It has been proved apart from to a few people that in most circumstances a mains regenerator will sort out problems and even give better music. I am looking to this as a better solution, I don't know if it will be I am DISCUSSING it.
Yes, that would have a very low impedance, but my point was it doesn't matter if you only get to see the power of the battery via a inverter, so in this case the limiting factor is the inverter.My point is the source impedance and speed of reaction of thousands of batteries
Not sure what you mean, but a single panel might produce 250W in bright sunlight. The peak power of a Formula E car is limited to 250 kW, so the peak power of the car would need 1000 panels to produce. Ignoring the drag of a single panel, I think the answer to "how fast would it be" is not very.If you put a couple of solar panels above a Formular E car how fast would it be
My point was aimed at those who thought I was referring to solar panels. The solar panels are like a trickle charger for this thing.
If a typical solar installation is 3.5Kw, then the inverter connected to that is going to be rated at a not trivial 15A, so I would think a solar array on a sunny day would be a good approximation to what a power wall is going to be like WRT powering a hifi.
If Fretless has 33 panels, then that a potential 8.25Kw or 35A (far from a trickle), and if that makes his HiFi hum a little it doesn't bode well for the future.
You may be underestimating the voltage and current that a PV array works at, a typical connector is rated at 22A 1kV.
I am not saying anything WILL be better, but my instinct and gut feel tells me it will probably be better. Well better than the shit mains I have here now. Boy Friday laughs at it, it plays tunes via the transformer coils, not only continual changes in volume but it even changes slightly in note. Your DC Blocker made no difference, my BMU makes some difference. Anything up to 300va is tolerable but the 1000va I use are like 50hz speakers.
Back in Epping this didn't happen I had very little problem. I have made two complaints and different conversations with them, all they can offer is a box that records voltage fluctuation, they refuse to accept their supply is unacceptably polluted. Can you imagine the public reaction if brown water came out your tap, well I have brown lecky coming out of my sockets.
To be honest I am not interested in what it measures only with what it makes my system sound like. I have found specs to be not very useful in this process. Anything to do with mains I have found the bigger the better, no matter what.
When a cloud passes over and the sunshine returns then I get a 'start-up' buzz which quickly fades.
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