Houmeri91 wrote:Yes sounds like need switches on the electrical circuits to the panels or just use the circuit breaker in the main panel which seems to be the normal method anyway. When I was try to get our spark to fit a switch for this purpose it was a alien concept ended up buying a UK timer switch to fit myself so can just boost for 15 min , 30 min or an hour so on a partially sunny day just heats enough and automatically switches off so don't have to remember to switch off.
I agree the joys of Greek electric. I once changing a light, switched of the electric and started changing the light, held the Green (earth) and got blown of the ladder. Even with the electric switched off the earth was still alive........Im convinced Greek electricians are colour blind.
Jeffstclair wrote:I don't understand ..when you say you have 17 ...17 what ?... what type of system have you got ?.When I installed our very simple solar water heating system with one tank and one solar panel, we did not have any electric power at the house , at that time I only came over in the summer to work on the house ... But when we jumped ship and moved here full time ,we got hooked up to the lecky ...and I got the sparky to put a switch in the bathroom to control the immersion heater in the tank on the roof .... It stays switched off 8 months of the year ..sounds like you have a more sophisticated system ..tell us more ...
YoMo2 wrote:Whatever it is you are talking about, there has to be an easier way. Try describing it again, or posting a photo.
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