Which Filter To Choose?
Sine Tamer or the DNA filter?
Many people come to this site and want to know which filter to buy. Here is some key criteria to consider.
The Sine Tamer is most effective in a home that is tied to grid but does not have solar in their home or a close neighbor that may have solar. I have a file here that you can review on how the two filters compare in a grid fed home that has no solar influences. We have single phase and three phase Sine Tamers, bit 99% of all only need the single phase listed on our site. There are no capacitors in the Sine Tamer and for those that have tried the more common plug in filters or other capacitor based filters with issues such as burned out appliances or burned out standby generators, flickering lights and strong magnetic fields the Sine Tamer is the only product on the market that does not create a magnetic field or leading voltages like most capacitor based units create. Power consumed is 80 Mill-amps to drive the two LED’s in the unit. Cost is $1,264.94 USD this is inclusive of all taxes and shipping.
For a Solar based home and the DNA line of filters there is a somewhat more or a detailed analysis required to determine the right model to use. But it mostly whether your home has a grid tied solar system or your home is off grid. If you are using an gird tied solar system then we usually recommend the RxDNA V2X filter, We have had good results with most grid tied solar systems. You can see the report on this here on this page. The RxDNA V2X filter is a parasitic type filter and not an in line filter. Power consumed is 1 amp reactive, or about 100 Mill-amps amps in real power. Cost is $1,855.15 USD this is inclusive of all taxes and shipping.
For an off grid home we usually recommend the In Line DNA filters. An inline filter is very different than any other filter, here the entire amperage load is filtered. This is because the inverters of this class create huge volumes of transients beyond any thing found in a grid tied solar system. If you are off grid or have a very large gird tied system this is the only product on the market that will do the job. In this case you need to know the amperage rating of the inverter output, most are 30 amp AC, 50 amp AC or 100 or 80 amps AC. You can tell this by looking at the label of the breaker in your power panel that comes from your inverter. We need to consult with you prior to purchase so we provide the best recommendation. Cost vary from $4,500 to $15,000
“Grid Tied Solar” system Before and After images.
Here are some scope images of a Solar home in what is commonly called a “Grid Tied Solar” system.
Drag the bar on image to see before/after in aciton
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