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Show us what you see in the field

The Clean Energy Council continues to push for a review of AS/NZS 5033 which includes reviewing the need for rooftop DC isolators.

We know that solar installers want them removed, however, other industry stakeholders may not appreciate the scale of the problem.

The industry needs your help!

Have you been called out to fix a system after a serious incident with a rooftop isolator? Give the standards committee a view of what you see on the job.

Without reliable statistics and evidence on the rooftop isolator problem, it will be hard to change the rules.

Show us what you see in the field. We need as many examples as possible if we are to show the problem to the technical committee responsible for the rules.

Use the form below to provide proof of how big this issue is. you will need to fill out one form for each near-miss you have seen.

Help us prove that rooftop isolators are causing more problems than they solve.

Report a rooftop DC isolator fault

What's the postcode of the installation with the damaged isolator.

Timeframe from installation to failure

What's your best estimate of how long ago the isolator was installed in years

Upload any photo's of the isolator near-miss

For example, what happened as a result of the fault? Was there other damage to the system?

Required to verify report