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Ryan Mitchell wrote:So I am moving to some land and will be putting in a 1 kw solar panel off the grid (batteries) system, because of the location of the house it isn't going to work to put the panels on the house, but there is a perfect place 450 feet away that gets great solar exposure. So my question is, will this distance present a problem? What voltage drop will I experience with this distance and would it be better to convert it to AC at the panels or at the house?
Definitely run DC if this is an off-grid installation. We have one 3 kW solar array that is 930 feet from the power room. The array runs at 370 volts (370 Vmp, 433 Voc) and the loss is negligible. Array voltage is stepped down to battery voltage with a 600V MPPT solar controller. When running high voltage arrays just remember to allow enough headroom for your MPPT controller in cold weather. We have seen our 3 kW array at 520 Voc in -30F weather on a sunny day.