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From the beginning, my off-grid system was integrated thru automatic transfer switches - inverter for generator power and grid for shore power. This was useful to work on the system and useful in a general shutdown such as vacation - the house continues to function as originally designed. But now I'm thinking about a 'dead-man' switch... perhaps a timer I have to reset every week to keep things on. When I die - it will revert back to grid! Batrium - we need a new option Smile
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