Interesting, thanks for sharing. I've not use this site in a long time maybe about two years. I learned of this site back when my circuit was type C and I was getting daily 5 to 9 hours outages and It was quite accurate back then. I suppose the data now could be junk but the data for my circuit reflects closely my reality. Hopefully more users will chime in and we can make a good assessment of the usefulness of the site. Maybe the data for your circuit is junk? Lets wait maybe others will help us determine how good or trash the site is.@NotLurking
Thank you for your post and information.
Immediately looked up my circuit on my electric bill and punched it into the site.
After reviewing the information on my circuit...
Either the numbers are lies and or my perception of the service I receive in the place I receive it is straight wack.
Don't think I'm wack...
My actual personal experience does not align with the numbers posted on the site.
Yes, type A
Given the number times my inverter kicks in I would give EdeEste a rating of C-
Yes, I built up to that level but at this point I would consider to be bare minimum.Would you consider that a bare minimum?
Hitting the lottery or a loan from you my man.What would make you take the next step and double the batteries?
We're close. Mine is a 2.6 with 4.Running a 3000 watt/24volt inverter powered by 4 x 6 volt batteries connected in series my man.
I did all of it myself. (I did have some help unloading the generator from my truck though).JD, did you hook it up yourself or have someone else help you?