Plug and play solar panel setup.



This is my 2 panel 500 watt setup from pluggedsolar.com. It plugs into an outlet and feeds power back into your home. It’s a great unit, and it comes ready to use.

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6 Comments on "Plug and play solar panel setup."

  1. lushfauna says:

    how much do you save per month on your bill?

  2. Kun Gyangs says:

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  3. Vlad Koshel says:

    You can learn more about it on INPLIX website.

  4. bluegtturbo says:

    This video told me NOTHING about how the system connects to the house electrical system – does it just plug into a wall socket??

  5. I wonder if these plug & play kits can be made to function when the grid goes down. It would be a shame to have power available from your solar cells but unable to use it if the main grid goes down (during snow & wind storms). Any thoughts or work-around solution?

  6. John R says:

    Am not sure I understand. So the panels (2 X 250 watt) with inverters built in and you get 120VAC out the end and then you plug it into a wall socket? And this doesn't effect anything, you just get power to your house? I do this with a gas generator when the power goes out but this also works when power is live to the socket? Am I missing something. Seems to good to be true…

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