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1 hour ago, Moffat said:

Sweet... how was your CT clamp set up so as to ensure anti-islanding or zero grid feed? Would love to see how your CT Coil is connected. Thanks.

It is usually installed as per the diagram below:

https://powerforum.co.za/uploads/monthly_2021_11/image.png.9c6ba62bd854f8043c7f6dd80befecce.png

 

Looking at your post history, you seem quite knowledgeable on these matters, did I understand your question correctly?

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21 hours ago, YellowTapemeasure said:

It is usually installed as per the diagram below:

https://powerforum.co.za/uploads/monthly_2021_11/image.png.9c6ba62bd854f8043c7f6dd80befecce.png

 

Looking at your post history, you seem quite knowledgeable on these matters, did I understand your question correctly?

Much obliged and many thanks... this is really helpful. Does or would Sunsynk or Deye offer an extended cable up to 20m long for the CT Coil cable, would you know? My inverter position is about that length (20m) from the DB board and line that goes to the meter due to space constraints I'm unable to move the inverter nearer otherwise I risk having a long battery cable of 20m, alternatively, which is bad.

 

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1 hour ago, Moffat said:

Much obliged and many thanks... this is really helpful. Does or would Sunsynk or Deye offer an extended cable up to 20m long for the CT Coil cable, would you know? My inverter position is about that length (20m) from the DB board and line that goes to the meter due to space constraints I'm unable to move the inverter nearer otherwise I risk having a long battery cable of 20m, alternatively, which is bad.

 

Yes, as long as you use the same gauge of copper as the original and maintain the twists, which help in reducing EMI.

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