This video clearly shows how to test a solar inverter for Dirty Electricity. Plug a Stetzer meter into the nearest 120 volt socket and record the reading with the inverter ON and then again with the inverter OFF. The difference between the two readings is the DE that the inverter makes which in this case is about 500 GS units.
Before you invest in or commit to a solar electric system it is vital that you determine if it produces dirty electricity. Ask your solar contractor to allow you to test the exact same type of inverter in this manner before you sign any contract.
If your solar inverter created Dirty Electricity it is foolish to believe that you will be saving money over the long run as the cost of health damage to building occupants may far exceed any utility bill reductions.
Beware that each make or model of inverter must be tested and that there is a huge variation in DE output from one to the next.
Do you own homework and demand a Stetzer meter DE test before your sign.
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PS: Most inverters pass FCC and ANSI standards but that means nothing relative to DE production.