Flex Power One AND Mate 3

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SEYLIONE
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My RE system: Off grid house in the southern french Alps 1740m above sea
level. Commissioned 1st Jul 2012.

4 Bosch 245Wp Panels, 12 OPzS 2V 1 220Ah batteries
Management by OutbackPower: FP1-34 including:
FlexMax 80 Charger, GVFX3024E Converter-charger,
FlexNet DC, Hub, Mate3.

Monitoring every 3 hours over Internet (lsdx.eu/GPV_ZSDX)
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Location: Serre-Chevalier, France

Flex Power One AND Mate 3

Post by SEYLIONE »

Hello Colleagues,

I am buying a Flex Power 1-34. The doc features only a Mate 1 or 2. What about Mate 3?

Off Grid high (5 700ft) in the French Alps,
1kWp flat on my roof -24┬░ from South, slope 80%
40 kWh C120 batteries
Flex Power 1-34 (FlexMax 60, GVFX3024E converter charger, FlexNet DC)

Thanks for any tip
Seylione
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Re: Flex Power One AND Mate 3

Post by tallgirl »

All those parts are supported by the Mate 3.

Remember that with "packages" often the person making the "package" had their own ideas about what was going to be in the "package".
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Re: Flex Power One AND Mate 3

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If you want the MATE3 with the FP1 you can order it with it.. Talk to your dealer or distributor.
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