wwhitney wrote:Per the FAQ at the bottom of the page, it is for M190, M210, D380, and M175 inverters.
Thanks, Wayne! It's interesting that they don't call that set "second- and third-generation microinverters".
In any case, I'm interested! I have 12 M190s operating right now and I could swap in the other M190 spares long enough to get through the upgrade if desired.
I'm particularly interested in Option 1 and Option 3, but the following questions arise:
Q1) Given they require "Company Name", can I sign up for this as a self-installer?
Q2) If I choose Option 1, can I self-install? (I'm guessing I could since they say the homeowner makes the purchase and the equipment is sent to the homeowner.)
Q3) If I choose Option 3, can I self-install? (I'm guessing not, but I don't know.)
Q4) If I choose any of the options, will the new IQ Envoy communicate with the M215IGs and M250s that would still be in the system? (Not a big issue since I could simply run two Envoys.)
Q5) Since I don't have to send the old equipment back to Enphase, can I just resell the new equipment?
Q6) How much will Options 2 and 3 cost?
That's enough for now. I suppose we will learn more as time goes on.