Solar inverter on generator or on battery inverter?

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Re: Solar inverter on generator or on battery inverter?




by Christophe » 22/09/22, 11:00

Christophe wrote:b) it was bubbling about ten seconds, maybe less (5 seconds?), after stopping the charge...that's all I can say...


Accuracy (because you have to explain a long time to some here so that they understand quickly : Lol: )

This bubbling is:

- or the end of bubbling that takes place during the loading on PV

- it's the beginning of an end-of-charge bubbling on PV

I specify that there was NOT this bubbling when I was charging on the mains or on the self-charging loop...otherwise I would have reported it!

I think it may be related to a voltage spike when I unplugged the charger in PV mode...

I received the oscilloscope today.
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by phil59 » 22/09/22, 12:24

Christophe wrote:Completely useless post...one more! : Mrgreen:

He will recover from his technical knockout, don't worry!! 8)


Ahhhhhhhhhhhh, we are entitled to "big con", and not to a note of humor!

Had to say it!

And I sure hope it will get your inverter working again.
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by Christophe » 22/09/22, 12:34

:?: :?: :?:

Big con it was not for you but for the one who had called me a big sucker...
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by phil59 » 22/09/22, 12:51

Christophe wrote::?: :?: :?:

Big con it was not for you but for the one who had called me a big sucker...


I understood it that way, but it's an observation. I understood that you "inflate" each other.

And that made me immediately think of Knock, in one of the well-known scenes....
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Re: Solar inverter on generator or on battery inverter?




by Christophe » 22/09/22, 12:57

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Re: Solar inverter on generator or on battery inverter?




by sicetaitsimple » 22/09/22, 13:30

Christophe wrote::?: :?: :?:

Big con it was not for you but for the one who had called me a big sucker...


I missed that, sorry. What I'm trying to convince you of is that you have to validate (if they have to be) things one by one.

First by a test at a stabilized regime, for example about 1000W of load, about 500 of PV production, and the rest by the sine wave inverter.
By not touching anything during the test, especially not the charger, which is connected. Does it work long term or not? If that doesn't work, I think the mass is said. If it works, it will be time to then try to do other tests by varying the consumption per slot +/- around 1000W, and then to see what happens at 500W or 1500W instead of 1000 in medium speed, etc.

PS: contrary to what you wrote, I never said it wouldn't work. On the other hand, I have doubts about the fact that it can work reliably in "load monitoring" on an isolated network, that of your house in the event of a blackout.
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by GuyGadeboisTheBack » 22/09/22, 13:35

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Re: Solar inverter on generator or on battery inverter?




by dede2002 » 22/09/22, 21:23

Hello,

What I was saying at the beginning, the difference between a generator and an inverter is that the inverter is not reversible, a generator would have mounted the towers, therefore the frequency (with or without breakage, a generator burns out just as quickly.. .)

There's something I don't understand, it's that you say you have three-phase, and you simulate the signal on one phase.

And the other two phases, what do they say? I'm a little surprised that it started...
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by phil59 » 22/09/22, 21:32

I think that just on the first "circuit breaker" it plays, after, phase by phase, they don't know "there is another one"...
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Re: Solar inverter on generator or on battery inverter?




by Christophe » 23/09/22, 17:32

dede2002 wrote:There's something I don't understand, it's that you say you have three-phase, and you simulate the signal on one phase.

And the other two phases, what do they say? I'm a little surprised that it started...


The other 2 phases don't care! My inverter is single phase.

If it works I would make a circuit to power 2 of the 3 most important phases...I explained earlier in this subject how to power 2 of the 3 phases with a single phase...
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