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    #31
    Originally posted by GoldDigger View Post
    Which means that the RMS value of that duty cycle pulse is 100/sqrt(10). Which is what you need to know for a waveform-free calculation.
    Realistically it's calculated in real time continuously and converted to DC volts with an analog computer like Analog devices 636

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      #32
      Originally posted by Electric-Light View Post
      There are more than one standard ways, but the relevance depends on what you're doing.
      You can actually have RMS and Hz with DC too. It can get complex just like AC.
      That's why I included the AC content of the 6th.
      Si hoc legere scis nimium eruditionis habes.

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        #33
        Getting back on topic...

        In addition to what others have posted, another great reason not to have the inverter at the array (assuming this is a ground-mount) is that you can put it in-doors where is will last longer.

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