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50 minutes ago, Crossy said:

I was looking at the MPPT version of those units, they're great if your load will never exceed the rating of the inverter (and you can parallel them for more power). But you have to supply the load via the unit which may involve extra wiring and will need some form of bypass switch in case the inverter fails / needs servicing. A big plus is that you don't lose power if the grid goes off (UPS functionality).

I'm thinking of just pulling the wires out of the 'living room fuse' and directing both ends to the off grid unit.

So the living room sockets powered by solar and battery first, then mains if the others run out.

 

Would make me 'fai dap' proof as well.

This one can take 16 panels ........

https://www.lazada.co.th/products/hybrid-off-grid-inverter5kva5kw-i429562957-s811424645.html

 

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3 minutes ago, BritManToo said:

I'm thinking of just pulling the wires out of the 'living room fuse' and directing both ends to the off grid unit.

 

Assuming you provide mains to the inverter mains input.

 

As I said, horses for courses, if it does what you want great 🙂

 

 

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