Can my system comunicate?

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Can my system comunicate?

Postby engmever on Tue Dec 14, 2010 2:14 pm

I have a Selectronic Inverter and a cummins Onan Generator.

Will The outback equipment I have comunicate with the selectronic inverter?


14 x solar panels = 4200wats
24 x 48v batteries
1 x Selectronic 7kw 48V Interactive inverter charger
2 x Outback Flexmax 80mppt charge controller
1 x Flexnet DC Monitor
3 x Flexnet DC500A Shunt Kit
1 x Hub 10 ten port system interface
1x Mate2 Controler

If so how?
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My RE system: 14 x solar panels = 4452wats
24 x 48v batteries
1 x Selectronic 7kw 48V Interactive inverter charger
2 x Outback Flexmax 80mppt charge controller
1 x Flexnet DC Monitor
3 x Flexnet DC500A Shunt Kit
1 x Hub 10 ten port system interface
1x Mate2 Controler

Re: Can my system comunicate?

Postby tallgirl on Fri Dec 17, 2010 1:01 pm

Nope.

You need a third party product, such as our greenMonitor Lite, to monitor those other devices and integrate the data in with your OutBack equipment.
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Re: Can my system comunicate?

Postby rahul123 on Wed Dec 26, 2012 11:58 pm

A very simple way to work out an "approx" AC amps to DC amps conversion, There are a lot of factors that effect performance, but the below is close enough,
Say you have 7.5 amps @ 110volts going in, 7.5a X 110v = 825 Watts (It`s VA really, but that just confuses the matter at this level) 825 watts divided by your charge voltage 825w / 12v = 68.75 amps, Minus inverter and other losses of 10 > 15 % call it 8 amps, you will get ABOUT 60Amps of DC charge.
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