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  1. Hey guys, Thank you so much for the invaluable advise. I will most definitely install the Change over switch, also for reasons of my not causing a domestic feud....WaaaHaha. Much appreciated guys, I have already started the installation just awaiting the battery stand to be completed, 4 x 200AH Gel Batteries weight 240 kg's. I will post photos after completion.
  2. One more question..... I have a lot of 25mm Permaweld Cable and lugs 25x8mm Would this be suitable to use instead of the 35mm?
  3. With regards to the battery lugs, Yes, most definitely will crimp on the lugs with a hydraulic crimper. The cable are less then a Metre from batteries to Inverter, Thanks all the same.
  4. The Change over switch (Bypass Switch), I find it to be a inconvenience, as when there is a power outage, one would have to manually go switch over from Grid to Inverter??? If not at home there will be no power?
  5. Hi Plonkster, Thank you for your reply, yes this does answer my questions. Is it necessary to install fuses on both Positive and Negative battery cables? On the 48V would a 80A fuse be suitable?
  6. Hello there guys, I have a Axpert Standard 5 Kva 48V. I am a qualified electrician, but this is my first time installing a inverter. There is no solar panels, so it will be used solely as a back up, for load shedding. Please may I get some advise as to the correct way of installing. I wish to have all essential circuits in a separate D.B. I will be using 200ah Gel Batteries. Does someone perhaps have a wiring diagram and a list of components needed and cable sizes ect? What size DC cable would be required for the batteries 35mm Permaweld? Is it necessary to install a change over switch and pilot lamp on the DB?
  7. Hello there guys, I have a Axpert Standard 5 Kva 48V. I am a qualified electrician, but this is my first time installing a inverter. There is no solar panels, so it will be used solely as a back up, for load shedding. Please may I get some advise as to the correct way of installing. I wish to have all essential circuits in a separate D.B. I will be using 200ah Gel Batteries. Does someone perhaps have a wiring diagram and a list of components needed and cable sizes ect? What size DC cable would be required for the batteries 35mm Permaweld? Is it necessary to install a change over switch and pilot lamp on the DB?

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