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- My RE system: Flexpower One: FX3048T, (2) FM80, MATE3s, FlexNetDC
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Outback IBR3 battery enclosure
Suniva 330 watt panels (12 - 6 strings of 2 in series)
Hyundai 355 watt panels (6 - 3 strings of 2 in series)
Honda EU7000is gas fuel generator
The 80 panel mounted DC breaker terminals are labeled "Load" and "Line". Does it matter which terminal is connected to the combiner box?
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Some circuit breakers are not designed to be backfed, so I would connect the terminal marked "line" to the combiner box.