- Aug 9, 2008
Don’t get me wrong I’m not saying it will not run if you load to full capacity but it will lead to failure at some point.My inverter easily puts out 4.6kW when there is demand on the non-essential side. I have a 4kW geyser on non-essential. One annoying feature on the Goodwe is, it will use battery or solar to power non-essential items while on grid. When eskom is down it doesn't. Annoying but that's how I learned it will pull up to 4.5kW from the pylontechs, I have 4, and then the last bit or any additional come from eskom.
With only 2 I was limited to around 3.5kW. So it all depends on your hardware and devices.
This is not my opinion, it’s from all manufacturers.
I totally agree with your last comment, no one kind will work for everyone.
It all depends on on the equipment used and the design of the system, but if it means you need to compromise a little and get the quality , then so be it ( and again , its not like if you buy a pylontech and it provides half the required power, you're stuck. You can add more which is something everyone wants to do anyway to go off the grid).