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Thread: : Paralleling PV panels with differing illumination levels.
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Did you mean "... would be if they were optimally loaded? ..." or "... would
be if they were optimally illuminated?..."

I have considered the question of series string performance when one panel
is not as optimally illuminated as the others but never in parallel.

Assuming I have understood the question

Q1 Off the cuff ... The less optimally illuminated

at 100% will deliver 1/2 or 50% the total power

at 80% will deliver perhaps 5%

at 50% will be seen as a load by the other panel and become a hindrance and
will deliver -10%

Q2 Very hard for me to separate because before off the cuff in the before
time I would still consider the question.

I am very curious and will now read the answer


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