Macsolar solar inverter reviews
Overall Rating From 7 Reviews:
Shanghai Macsolar Power Co. Ltd. simply known as Macsolar is a subsidiary of Jiangsu Linyang Electronics Co. Ltd. a Chinese company specialized in the research, development, production and sales of electronic solutions for power utilities. Macsolar’s core business resides in the development, production, and marketing of wind power converters, reactive power compensation devices and, of course, photovoltaic inverters.
Macsolar’s range of products are suitable for on-grid applications and have a power range between 1.5 and 100 KWp. You’ll be glad to know that the company also has a local Australian division in Clayton (Victoria) you can refer to.
If you want to find out more about Macsolar’s range of products, make sure you read the reviews here below from customers who tried their solar inverters in the past, or take a look at the PV products listed here below to find the ones that best meet your needs and requirements.
|Only had to get a technician out to re-program and update the software after about 6 mths of the install.
Bought From: Solargain Review Date: 18 April 2012
|I am unable to see the inverter name, but I looked up some old installation paperwork and Macsolar appears to be the name listed.
Bought From: Solarise Review Date: 24 April 2012
|Have not had any electricity bills for the last year!!!
Bought From: Future Friendly Solar Review Date: 24 April 2012
Bought From: Seasonmakers Review Date: 7 June 2011
|Initial inverter as installed did not work 100%, but when issue was identified and raised with the installer it was replaced under warranty. Since then, no problems.
Bought From: Electro-Force Review Date: 11 June 2011
Bought From: Baker Renewable Energy Review Date: 10 March 2011
|Three years of reliable power so far with a single string of 7x250W Suntellite panels (max. 260V oc, 7A sc). My 9 degree south facing roof allows the extra panel without pushing the 1800W max input of the TL1.5K (was cheaper than using brackets to prop the panels to an more optimal elevation). 7MWh generated. Now less than 2yrs to break-even.
Bought From: A Womans Spark Review Date: 21 March 2016