Use the online Panel Software, at the end of the design process, you will be given the option of adding notes to and about the panel.
If anything is unclear, their Panel Build technician will send an email
to you. You can also contact Customer Service, and speak with him/her over the phone
In all the panels I have designed. Not one was shipped improperly made.
It has made my life so much easier, and In the end it's cheaper for my customers.
This is a pic of an install I'm working on now. It's a 120volt, 32 volt, 12 volt. The bottom panel is the 120 volt, and the upper will be the 12/32 volt
Originally Posted by rrayfield
Did you send in a schematic for the 32 volt side? Or just build it with 24 online and tell them to change 24 to 32?
I realize the breakers are good to 48 volts or something...
I like my 32 volt gear
but it makes the off the shelf panels hard to do, I'll be contacting all the manufacturing companies next week when there all out of holiday mode.
I'm figuring somewhere in the $3000 + for the battery
management panel and the house panel? Hopefully less...