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Discuss Anyone got a spare AC plug for a SMA HF series inverter? in the Solar PV Forum area at ElectriciansForums.net

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Anyone got a spare AC plug for a SMA HF series inverter? We had one missing today, SMA are saying 4 days, Segen are not saying much. With the looming deadline and chaos in every direction i'd rather get it done in the next few days if possible. I'll pay postage :)

I know there is absolutely no reason for anyone to have a spare one but just thought i'd ask...


I might have one - I thougth I'd lost a packet last November and got a set sent (took a week or so). i then found it.

It's def SMA but is there a difference between HF and regular?



Its a Wieland connector, should be able to get form RS, Farnell or CPC online for next day.

Wieland RST series - Farnell 1618948 (3 pole version)

Cant locate the 4 pole version, you'd need to contact Wieland in the UK
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update - found all the spare DC connectors but not the AC. i'll keep looking and let you know if it turns up.
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