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15 minutes ago, Chris Hobson said:

Unfortunately - 10 points for Voltronic (or their affiliates) for not supplying the manual. TTT will be rolling his eyes.

On the contrary, I am quite pleased that you are being fair in not only penalizing Victron, but Voltronics also. :D

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2 hours ago, The Terrible Triplett said:

On the contrary, I am quite pleased that you are being fair in not only penalizing Victron, but Voltronics also. :D

Equal opportunity critics... love them too :-)

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1 hour ago, Fazil said:

would this logic apply to the Infini solar 10kw in parallel?

Error 60

Generally, the Axpert and Infini fault codes (error codes) don't seem to line up.

However, in this case, it appears that they do (from a different model's manual, but should still apply):

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Good day all

I have 2 x 5kva Axperts connected in parallel with similar issue all was 100% until after installing rasPi and icc (no wiring changes) now have error code 60, have noticed now master goes into bypass which has grid voltage output at 237v and slave still in inverter mode at 230v output which is obviously causing the current feedback issue, any help from the axpert fundis would be greatly appreciated.

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@Rob Firefly, I would check setting 28 (output mode) and make sure that individually these are set to Par. If you need to change one of them, note that you have to have the inverter switched off to do it. Have a charge source available (PV or AC-in) so the inverter doesn't actually switch off completely.

I would disconnect both inverter's AC-out (hopefully you have a circuit breaker on each) until you sort this out. There should be safeguards, but I worry about loud bangs when the outputs aren't singing from the same song book, so to speak.

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It's possible that the current sharing cable connections work loose; that's been reported before. I suppose the parallel card could have failed, but I would have expected an error to be detected (to do with CAN bus errors). 

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6 hours ago, Rodney said:

I'm picking up a error code 60 when ac power is reinstated from the grid.

This fault comes up when significant power (like 1200 W) is detected flowing into the inverter output. This seems to be possible with paralleled inverters, if the current sharing isn't working.

* Do you have paralleled inverters?

* If you have one inverter, is setting 28 set to PAL? The easiest way is to check whether you see "HS" in the display, indicating that it's a parallel master. If so, you need to turn it off; see FAQ question 4.

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16 hours ago, Coulomb said:

This fault comes up when significant power (like 1200 W) is detected flowing into the inverter output. This seems to be possible with paralleled inverters, if the current sharing isn't working.

* Do you have paralleled inverters?

* If you have one inverter, is setting 28 set to PAL? The easiest way is to check whether you see "HS" in the display, indicating that it's a parallel master. If so, you need to turn it off; see FAQ question 4.

Thank you , I will go to my client in the morning.

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On 2020/07/12 at 2:00 PM, Coulomb said:

This fault comes up when significant power (like 1200 W) is detected flowing into the inverter output. This seems to be possible with paralleled inverters, if the current sharing isn't working.

* Do you have paralleled inverters?

* If you have one inverter, is setting 28 set to PAL? The easiest way is to check whether you see "HS" in the display, indicating that it's a parallel master. If so, you need to turn it off; see FAQ question 4.

I dont know how to say this you are amazing and you are a god sent, it's me I just installed a new 5000w mercer and followed your instructions and voila done,  both up and running, it takes about 45 seconds to die after turning off the switch.

 

Thank you, let me know if I can be of assistance....

Thanks greatly appreciated...

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