Help building pcbs

I am a trained electronics engineer but lost the use of my right arm after an RTA in 2007.    I am looking for an offer of help in building the emon pcbs.  I live in Leicester.

I have 4kw SolarPV instalation and am storing excess power in an Electric car.  I plan to extend this to Imersion heater for hot water and heating and UPS's for nightime use.  When I run out of generated power I hope to add more solar power and/or ground heat source / wind turbine.

Laurence

richmc's picture

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EDIT - silly spelling.

richmc's picture

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Take a look at The Mk2 PV Controler with triac thread. I'm happy to assist in building projects if you want to PM me.

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Smelling Pistakes! installation Immersion night time. 

I have already looked at the immersion Triac posting and was going to go along those lines.    Thanks very much for the offer of help.    Should we continue our conversation via private email.  My email for this project is [email protected]

Laurence

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Hi Laurence, feel free to bounce any ideas off me if you wish.  Just send me a PM via the forum. 

Best wishes for your project,

Robin

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Sorry to appear thick but what is a PM?

Have you had any info if the Mk2 Triac immersion heater control is to be available as a kit?  I'm going a different route to building my own OEMON but I will go the immersion heater TRIAC arduino uno route.

Laurence

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Hi Lawrence, PM is a personal message, after you've logged in top right where your account details etc are click on messages,  

To start a personal conversation just under the topic heading click on the name of who you want to send to and select message from there. By the time you read this you will have a message.

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Sorry, there's no Mk2 kit as such, but Rich has put together a list of parts here and he can also supply PCBs for the input and output circuits.

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