Your not going to get it installed for much cheaper and even if you did it DIY there would be 20% VAT to add on. My rule of thumb is £500 for installation and up to £300 for all the bits. Its amazing how much "bits" add up to these days.John_S wrote: ↑Sat Feb 10, 2024 11:01 amHiAE-NMidlands wrote: ↑Sun Feb 04, 2024 11:34 amThanks for that, maybe where I went wrong. I had assumed the app was a lite version of the dashboard etc which I prefer to access on my laptop. I did notice stuff about the app in the user manual but hadn't realised it was more important or powerful than the controls in "My Inverter" page. Maybe I'll borrow SWMBO's tablet for that, she will like to see the info from the home screen too, if she wants to look!Yuff wrote: ↑Sun Feb 04, 2024 10:01 am Hi AE
Have you got the app set up yet with the quick set buttons?
There are 4 buttons you can use, fully discharge, fully charge, discharge battery to home and pause.
These are the ones you need.
The inverter settings will dictate the charging rates but when you set the app up and the quick set buttons, you will get an info box explaining each button.
Have you got GevEnergy doing what you want it to do now?
I have received a quote for 2*5.2kWh GivEnergy batteries and a 3kW GivEnergy battery charger/inverter plus all the bits. I don't want hybrid. Is it good kit and is £5350 installed a reasonable price?
Midsummer sell that kit for £4,445 (ex VAT) without all the bits and you can add on another £100 for delivery.