IPVMU Certified | 10/14/15 05:30pm
nice... maybe before too long they will have kits for remote site applications... it would be nice to see product pricing... have you seen any?
Is the generated power fully compatible or can it only run other Ubiquiti devices?
Can anyone with solar install experience comment on how this stacks up competitively?
I am wondering if this is a breakthrough or simply a me-too channel play like their underwhelming video surveillance offering?
Here's a screen shot from their configurator. I assume these prices are baseline dealer cost. If so, you might have a difficult time leading with price, as there are many panels available at retail at less than $1/watt.
there are a lot of pieces to the puzzle when you do solar, some times you can easily put them together some times its nothing but a nightmare.
not sure why UBNT is getting into it unless they think they can get into any market like networking, security, etc.. oh wait........
will most likely be a non standard all in one package that doesnt play nice with other systems or equipment. special 8.5v batteries, odd ball solar panel wattages, auto-sensing charge controllers that will detect is any part isnt a UBNT part......
I know I cant help it.
Personally I'm waiting for WindMax with it's automatic Foul-Weather Failover.
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IPVMU Certified | 10/16/15 02:46am
If you go to their system design website you can caluclate the cost. I believe this is equipment only, so you would still need to find someone to install it. Right off, its less money than I've been quoted for my home. At that price, I would consider it.