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General / Are you looking for a cash app phone number?
« Last post by bellajhon on Today at 07:12:43 AM »
If you dont know how to cash application on your mobile and how to do transfer to someone from your cash app account then you can anytime contact with cash app customer support team on your phone by just get the cash app phone number. For more queries, you can visit our official website.
Solar PV / How to manage portfolio?
« Last post by aryansensehawk on May 10, 2021, 01:02:32 PM »
Hi folks, I've recently set up my company to help residents of my area to set up rooftop solar. I'm new in this industry, so wanted to understand how to effectively manage my portfolio right from the start. Would be great to know what all tools you experienced guys are using to keep a track of all your projects and customers. Thanks in advance!
General / Know how to port forward without a router
« Last post by chrishardly on May 10, 2021, 11:52:46 AM »
In technical terms, port forwarding refers to a procedure that allows other external systems/devices to access several computer services by getting on a private Internet network. This process is supported by a precise mapping of the external ports to an IP address and port (both internal). Configuration of port forward on the home router, i.e. internal, is a mandatory task that needs to be done before you set up the port forwarding. However, there are times when you can get the port forward without router. Here, in this read, youll get to know and understand how to the same.
No router for port forwarding
Lets look at every essential detail that relates the port forward without router:
   Firstly, if you do not want to route traffic to your Internet connection network, your router would not require forwarding ports.
   Again, if your computer system/device is connected to the internet and already on the network, lets say, the system is connected to the network via a modem, then, all the traffic along with ports would directly go to your computer/device.
   Another way is to build up a VPN Tunnel directed to a particular destination on your network and have the traffic come in and interact over there. Also, there are a few VPN providers who will permit you to set up specific as well as significant ports that can be accessed all across the tunnel and/or provide you with a static IP address.

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Solar Thermal & Solar Hot Water Systems / Pump at slow or fast speed?
« Last post by Rad1o on May 05, 2021, 04:18:25 PM »
Sorry, a bit of a story.
We have a solar thermal system from 2003, moved once following an extension.
Last year a few tyles were peeled off by a storm and probably damaged the panel on the way down. I am saying probably because the pressure was dropping despite several top ups and I could not see any obvious damage. As the pipes are all in the ceilings we would have noticed a leak inside.
So I used a leak sealer which has done the job. After the winter when it was getting sunnier I noticed that, even though the system had "switched on" the pump, the water was not getting hotter in the cylinder. So I thought the pump had failed and replaced it. I noticed quite a bit of viscous, brown goo in the old pump when I looked at it. The new pump did not help. The water was still not getting hotter despite the system engaging the pump.
My next thought was that the goo has actually blocked the panel. So I plumbed another access port in between the pump and the panel, so that I could flush the panel backwards and forwards. Eventually ..... there was flow. The pressure is still holding and the solar thermal working again.
I probably have an old but functioning pump spare now.

But back to my question. While the old pump was pretty much on / off, the new pump has lots of "modes" and speed settings. It is set in a standard mode at 3/4 maxspeed. With the temperature differential between panel and cylinder often quite high I was wondering whether a slower speed would allow a better heat transfer into the cylinder than a high flow.

Any thoughts or experience with this?
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Wind Turbines / Re: Ecoworthy Wind and Solar Issues
« Last post by Kelunited on May 02, 2021, 11:08:46 PM »
Apologies to Ecoworthy the little regulator works fine, I only fitted one on off switch to one of the 3 green wires from the turbine so the regulator was still able to brake the turbine as the battery is fully charged all the time, when I switched off 2 wires from the turbine it spun like mad in the breeze! When I light up the marquee and deplete the stored energy the turbine should be allowed to contribute.
Solar PV / Inverter information required
« Last post by ljgill on April 23, 2021, 05:08:17 PM »
I have a 2000 watt 110 volt single phase pure sign wave inverter or so I thought.  It will not run a Skill saw which runs on a single domestic outlet which is 1500 watts.  It has 2 outlets so I am convinced they call it 2000 watts because there are 1000 watts at each outlet.  This is useless to me as I have the inverter supplying a 12 circuit electrical panel.  My question is can I somehow wire the 2 outlets together so that I achieve the 2000 watts that I desire and then can run what ever a domestic outlet will run? 
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