Cristo Balete wrote:All I am trying to say is that this original poster is suggesting kluging together two things, two solar electricity things, intentionally to avoid it being to code, to avoid it being a proper and safe system, to avoid taking the bigger picture into consideration. avoid taking the landlady's dwelling into consideration, or taking the grid into consideration. When dealing with electricity all of that is really important.
People who don't know about solar may think that this person is telling them, all you need is a panel, take a gizmo like the one in the picture, and you can run your stuff off one one panel, no matter what the stuff is. People might think they don't have to know about electricity, they don't have to know about DC and AC. What if somebody thinks everything you need is built into the panel? I've seen that in forums all over the place.
I didn't mean this to question anyone's system, or any situation's code, or anything like that.
I think you are missing the idea behind the OP's guerrilla solar- it is essentially a small grid tied system. The grid supplies all the power appliances need, the solar just offsets some of that. No controllers or disconnects needed. I am not vouching for the safety of the installation nor recommending it. Doug