I'm sitting in the guest room and the system is now running in "0" mode for the first time.
I charge as much as I need, even when the weather is hazy.
The TV/PC/AMP system draws up to 200W, the panels deliver around this power.
As far as I know, it has no ferrous batteries, but rather mature LiPo cells that were even used in Teslas and the like at the beginning.
The S2000 is easy to use without having to go through manuals for hours.
It usually shows a lower reserve than you actually have, which I prefer around the world to what other providers do.
It does its job is not miserably difficult and what is extremely important, it protects its protective functions do their job 100% right.
I use them to feed my radio systems in the countryside and at night as a kind of UPS.
Since it can charge and discharge at the same time, it is ideal for supplying important devices.
Less kettle hair dryer or heating, no normal person does that, an apnea device for example. if it is connected to the PS S2000 and this is connected to the network in the event of a power failure, no one would notice what happened because the device is connected to the S200, which has no switchover times.
The panels are one of the best in terms of design, but don't suffer from monocrystallin. Means that about 60% of the specified performance is achieved, it's a pity that the design is not mentioned, that would be mildly surprising.
The display is great, but it is due to the technology that it remains an estimate and only CA: shows values that stabilize towards the end.
Finally the service:
The questions that have arisen so far have all been answered quickly and my problem with the poor performance has been resolved thanks to the more than correct service.
Since I assumed wrong efficiency values for monocrystalline panels, I had calculated on a 40% less charging power than what caused said imbalance..
Through a generous concession, the problem could be solved.
Unaffected by this, I can say that it runs and runs and runs exactly what you expect.