The Blind Wolf Posted February 16, 2021 Share Posted February 16, 2021 As the topic implies. Since I can not see Sean wire frensy rig to his two mains. I want to make sure I understand correctly, that I basicly run the l1 l2 and N to the main to a 240 breaker, with the n going to the N bar. I'm guessing I need a 60a 240v breaker, or do I need one rated a bit higher if they make one like a 35a 25a 70a? Since I'll be living by my self, I won't have to worry about somebody going to the main and flipping the grin main on. Since I'm running two GS I'll need two breakers one for each. Today since I'm in North AL, it was like 1f degrees and I checked my power usage, well it peaked at 12700 watts. Thats running the main heat pump heat strip unit, and two 1200 watt infered heaters, and my normal stuff. Once I get the GS inverters, I'm going to disable the heater on the central unit, and get another small room heater, save power and won't pull so much. I also do got a grounding rod outside that I use to ground all my chargers, and I'm guessing it be fine to wire it to the two gs inverters as well. Or will it matter since the N would be basically the same thing going to the main? Sid, was wondering, is there any chance for these inverters to sense if the main power came on to shut off their power? I know you said it can do Grid power once you get the codeing done, but didn't know if it might have a safety in case somebody did switch on the main breaker. I wish they made a big enough transfer switch, I can't find one that is over 60a 240. I got one that is rated at 50a, but that would not use the full gs load. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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