Hi All, I want to know if there is a connection between the longevity of
solar inverters and the input voltage range chosen. The nameplate rating is
obviously the starting point but then the mfr. wrote that and generally arent
responsible for its replacement. Then again maybe none of you have ever had
one of these fail? It has just been my experience that the higher the voltage a.
semiconductor is exposed to, the more likely failure will occur, or do they.
generally spec these things so thats not a concern.
Right now I'm using mine at 250-275vdc mpv range and wondering if.
lifespan will change from 15yrs to 1yr if i run it at 400dc mpv.
Any of your thoughts or experiences are appreciated. Or reference to a
"lesson learned" thread
Thanks in advance!