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qrper

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What does MAPP mean in the price list
« on: November 12, 2022, 11:39:04 AM »
As the subject lines says,

What does MAPP mean in the price list?

Mike
System one: 7kWp w/ Trina 250 W panels @90 Vdc. Classic 150 to 16-6 V U.S batteries. Trace 5548 sine wave inverter.
System two: 6kWp grid tie with solaredge inverter.
System three: Midnite Brat, two 120 W Astropower modules, 100 Ah battery. Runs the LED streetlight in the back yard.

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Re: What does MAPP mean in the price list
« Reply #1 on: November 12, 2022, 07:50:41 PM »

Minimum Advertised Product Pricing

It should be the lowest advertised price you would find on line.

It was a new term to me as well a year or so ago.

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Re: What does MAPP mean in the price list
« Reply #2 on: November 13, 2022, 10:28:47 AM »

Minimum Advertised Product Pricing

It should be the lowest advertised price you would find on line.

It was a new term to me as well a year or so ago.

Sure had me on that one. I thought it might have been:

MidNite Associate Price Point.

Kinda like having a membership at Costco.

If you set your wayback machine to the late 70's when Trace was selling their SW2512 (?) everyone and his brother had the same price. If I remember correctly it was something odd like $1017 or there about. Even those sleazy back alley deals—the inverter was $1017.

Thanks for the information

Mike

System one: 7kWp w/ Trina 250 W panels @90 Vdc. Classic 150 to 16-6 V U.S batteries. Trace 5548 sine wave inverter.
System two: 6kWp grid tie with solaredge inverter.
System three: Midnite Brat, two 120 W Astropower modules, 100 Ah battery. Runs the LED streetlight in the back yard.