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the "this sounds like a fun project" powerwall (in Belgium)
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Small update: I installed the second half of my cells, so I now have 14S 120P (built in 2 x 60P).
I'll be doing some fine tuning in the next couple of days / weeks.

One issue I'm having is the quality of the power signal that is generated by the PIP5048-GK.  I've had LED lights in most of the house for a while now, but the Filament LED's that I have give a lot of flickering.  It also happens with halogen bulbs, yet other LED's with some built-in electronics seems to have little to no issues. 

I didn't give much attention to it when buying the inverter, but could it be that the PIP5048-GK being a PF 1.0 unit is giving me issues?


I think I have most settings right, though I could change the mode from UPS to appliance (it just seems more logical to have it in UPS, so there's no power interuption?)


//Edit:
To give you an idea of the loads currently connected:
- almost all indoor lighting, mostly LED or Halogen behind dimmers. Consumption ranging from a few W to 150W.
- 1 server @ 180 W, 1 pc monitoring the PIP inverter and Batrium setup @ 65 W and my own desktop @ 150W.
- central ventilation unit @ 40W
- TV set and digital TV box @ 20W idle, 200W load.
- some small standby consumption like alarm clocks, phone chargers, etc...
PIP5048-GK, 12 * 280 Wp Solar, 14S120P (273 Ah) battery storage
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