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Hi, If my axpert inverter are in bypass mode (utility supplying the load) how much current can be transferred from utility to load in bypass mode. I am struggling to get any data. If I understand it correctly if it is a 5KVA inverter this is the power that can be delivered when in inverter mode. Thanks

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11 hours ago, Elroy said:

how much current can be transferred from utility to load in bypass mode

The relays are rated at 40 A, and there is a 40 A breaker at the AC-in connection. So roughly 40 A x 230 V = 9.2 kVA (depending on the Eskom voltage). Depending on your load power factor, that might be around 7.5 kW.

Edit: that assumes that your cables are rated for 40 A, of course (6 mm²), if you want to pass that power continuously. With 4 mm² cable, you should limit to 30 A continuously for safety.

11 hours ago, Elroy said:

If I understand it correctly if it is a 5KVA inverter this is the power that can be delivered when in inverter mode.

Yes.

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