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mahendra

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Is the midnite diy series Renogy
« on: July 08, 2021, 08:15:33 PM »
I don't mean to be thorn in the side but I could not help but notice this resemblance
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1.5kw on Midnite classic 150(whizbang jr.) networked 0.660kw on classic lite 200 ,180ah CALB Lifepo4 48v battery bank,123SmartBMS bms(top balanced) Outback vfx3648

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Re: Is the midnite diy series Renogy
« Reply #2 on: July 09, 2021, 12:13:12 AM »

Yeah, those Chinese are getting pretty good at this stuff.

Let us know how you like it if you buy one of those inverters.

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Re: Is the midnite diy series Renogy
« Reply #3 on: August 25, 2021, 07:29:35 AM »
RENOGY is only good for TWO things:  1) Waste Your Money and 2) for something to smash with a 10Lb Sledge Hammer.

I would HOPE that common sense prevailed & Midnite has ZERO involvement with those Sheisters @ Renogy at all.
Sigineer, Yiyen, VolTronix can ALL aasily make these AIO's and make darn good ones for a respectable price, they OEM for many VAR's already.  Actually, I believe that GroWatt & MPP Solar use Voltronic OEM (some anyways).
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Re: Is the midnite diy series Renogy
« Reply #4 on: August 25, 2021, 12:42:03 PM »
RENOGY is only good for TWO things:  1) Waste Your Money and 2) for something to smash with a 10Lb Sledge Hammer.

I would HOPE that common sense prevailed & Midnite has ZERO involvement with those Sheisters @ Renogy at all.
Sigineer, Yiyen, VolTronix can ALL aasily make these AIO's and make darn good ones for a respectable price, they OEM for many VAR's already.  Actually, I believe that GroWatt & MPP Solar use Voltronic OEM (some anyways).

Hi Steve.

No, we don't have any affiliation with the companies listed.

I don't have any experience with them either.

I have been hearing not so good things about Renogy but I'm not sure what the deal is with them ?

We deal with SNRE which so far, is real easy to deal with.

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