We are hearing from more and more solar system owners that their Aerosharp solar inverter is showing ‘grid volt error’ on the screen. What does this mean?
‘Grid volt error’ actually means that there is an issue with the voltage from the grid ie SA Power Networks. However if this is a permanent fault it is unlikely this is the cause. If the error is intermittent it may well be a problem with the grid power.
So what can we do to fix it?
1. Check that all the switches are on, especially the AC breakers (under the inverter and in the meterbox). If you are not sure go to reboot your solar inverter
2. Call us on 1300 130 546 and we can fix this for you.
We can often replace the fuse inside the inverter and this will fix the problem, which is a great option, however there is a good chance this will happen again, as it is known fault with Aerosharp solar inverters. (Do not attempt to open up the inverter yourself unless you are an electrician)
However in quite a few instances replacing the fuse does not fix it, and we have to replace the inverter with a new inverter, preferably a Fronius Galvo.
Aerosharp are no longer in business so unfortunately no warranty exists on these inverters.
Always try and replace your Aerosharp with a Fronius Galvo, as both of these inverters are ‘transformer’ inverter. That way you are not paying additional money to upgrade your system to current standards.
Unfortunately it is not always possible to do so, as the Fronius Galvo is a single tracker inverter. The 2kw and 3kw Aerosharp solar inverters are dual trackers, so depending on how many panels you have, and their location on your roof we may need to upgrade your system and install a Fronius Primo inverter instead.
If you are in Adelaide or surrounding areas call us today on 1300 130 546 for expert help.