Solar inverter on generator or on battery inverter?

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Re: Solar inverter on generator or on battery inverter?




by dede2002 » 23/09/22, 17:59

Ok thank you for the answer :)
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Re: Solar inverter on generator or on battery inverter?




by Christophe » 23/09/22, 18:03

Nothing, clarification: only 1 phase will be powered by the PV production directly but the 2nd will be powered by the battery charged by the "PV" phase...
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Re: Solar inverter on generator or on battery inverter?




by phil59 » 23/09/22, 18:17

Yes, but why bother like that?

For devices that do not need sorting, 3 times the same phase, and that's good, right? There in this case, you disconnect from the tri network ....
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Re: Solar inverter on generator or on battery inverter?




by Christophe » 23/09/22, 18:30

Connect your brain...and you will understand that it is not possible to inject 3 tri-phases with a single-phase on a three-phase without neutral...

I have no device that works in three phase...
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Re: Solar inverter on generator or on battery inverter?




by phil59 » 23/09/22, 18:38

Christophe wrote:Connect your brain...and you will understand that it is not possible to inject 3 tri-phases with a single-phase on a three-phase without neutral...

I have no device that works in three phase...


Ahhhhhhhhh, without neutral .... so that makes you 2 times 110V then?
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Re: Solar inverter on generator or on battery inverter?




by Christophe » 23/09/22, 18:39

Almost try again... : Lol: : Lol: : Lol:
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Re: Solar inverter on generator or on battery inverter?




by phil59 » 23/09/22, 18:52

Something like 117-120? I still stick to the idea of ​​110V and 220V, after that, 117V, 127V, it's still the original 110V, isn't it?

And 220, 230, 240 is originally 220V for me.

I'm good for the idea, or not, or it's something else, and there, cold, no idea...

But there would be a phase shift between the "2 wires" bringing the 220 ....
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Re: Solar inverter on generator or on battery inverter?




by Christophe » 23/09/22, 19:12

Three-phase 220 V = 3 phases at 127V with respect to earth or neutral (if connected to earth) = 127 * root of 3 between 2 phases = 3 * 220 V

Mono 220 V = 1 phase at 220V + 1 neutral

So I can wire my sorting with a mono in PNP or NPN (and variants) = 2 phases at 230 V with neutral between 2 pairs 0 on the 3rd pair...
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Re: Solar inverter on generator or on battery inverter?




by phil59 » 23/09/22, 19:54

That's how I got cum (with the aftermath of now : Lol: ) when I was in college, after experiments with the techno teacher...

Mom looks, 220V, it's a phase and neutral, there the "punching screwdriver" (of phase) lights up, and therefore it's neutral ..........

And ..... I took by taking, what I believed to be a neutral, and which was a phase in 110V ....
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Re: Solar inverter on generator or on battery inverter?




by Christophe » 23/09/22, 19:59

If you didn't put your tongue in normally, you shouldn't have too many after-effects... did you put your tongue in? : Lol: : Lol: : Lol:

Sorting is more secure than single-phase: in case of stuffing you take 130V instead of 230V! : Mrgreen:
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