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I figure that an outage would be an unpleasant nuisance, but not a disaster. So I'd rather avoid using grid power even if it means that during the very rare outage I could be without power until sun-up. The big power demand here is A/C, and if I need A/C there'll be sun. Back in North Dakota, it was critical to have heat. The worst that could happen here is that I get so hot (if I didn't have A/C) that I'd have to walk the 4 minutes to the beach and cool off in the ocean.
Previous thread/post somewhere said/proved that if a PW drops below 10% charge, it will auto-shutdown at some point near 0%. Then, it will NOT restart/power back up without manual intervention upon any outage nor restart when grid/solar-power resumes.I set mine to 0. A power outage is not the point of a powerwall for me. It’s a nice side benefit. The only time I would be without power is early in the morning. The rest of the time if you average it’s at 40%. Enough to keep the power on for a few hours with no sunshine.