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ccronje

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  1. Thanks will look into that
  2. Thank you, that is very interesting
  3. Good day, I was wondering if anyone can explain this to me. I have 3 x 330watt solar panels connected to my inverter, the model as far as I know is WA-330 from Waaree Enterprises. On warm, clear sunny days I never see more than 127volts available from the solar panels and the inverter never gets more than about 650watts out of them under load. It's almost as if there is some kind of hard limit. However - on colder,cloudy days when I expect to see less power available I often see it go way above that, up to 132volts under no load and 800watts when the inverters uses it. Can anyone explain this at all...could it be that the warmer days cause some kind of loss of efficiency, or am I just misunderstanding something? Thanks Chris
  4. Hi Dion, Unfortunately not, I got mine without a manual. I have the manual for the Synapse 2.4 I had before, so I just use that one as a reference...it's mostly the same, with a few differences. I've figured out what most of the settings and alarms mean, so I'm happy to send some info if it helps. Chris
  5. Good day, Can anyone perhaps provide me with a copy/foto of the list of settings for the above inverter? I know it is similar to the Axpert models, but the settings don't quite correspond with the Axpert manuals I have looked at. I would really appreciate if someone can help me out. Thanks Chris
  6. Good morning, I was wondering if anyone can give me some advice on this. I have a Synapse 4.0+ inverter with Li-Ion battery and Solar panels. If I use the SUB setting to give output priority to solar and the utility power is OFF, everything works as expected - solar power has priority on the output and whatever is needed on top of that is taken from the battery. However, when the utility power is on, it only uses utility for the output load and the solar power is only used for charging the batteries. Even when the battery is fully charged and nothing is pulled from the solar panels, it will still only use utility for the output and never utilize the solar power. If I change the priority setting to SBU, it still gives priority to utility power instead of solar on the output side. Is there perhaps some other setting I might be missing that might cause this behaviour? Any help will be greatly appreciated. Thanks Chris
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