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MPI Hybrid 10kW
#1
I cant find anything in the manual on this one. 

Is there a contractor inside the inverter on the batteri input?
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#2
Hello no there is not. You need a dc disconnecntor 160A for this device. This is what I used. I spend £59.00 around $65

Impossible to have inside the inverter disconnect it is not safe anyway
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(10-10-2018, 10:21 PM)Independentpower Wrote: Hello no there is not. You need a dc disconnecntor 160A for this device. This is what I used. I spend £59.00 around $65

Impossible to have inside the inverter disconnect  it is not safe anyway

Yeah that is what I thought. Thanks for clarifying this for me. 

What kind of module did you use?
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#4
You gonne need something heavier, a 10Kw inverter on 48V pulls up to 270A ... so a 160A breaker or disconnect is not gonne cut it  Wink

I use a 300A DC ABB breacker with shunt disconnect... plenty on ebay, but check the specs twice.
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#5
No contactor inside no. ABB shunt is what I use to. I use this one  Ie the S5N. Just make sure the version you pick is DC rated!! 

You can find videos on where I worked with them.
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Hi Daniel. Okay, do you have your BMS mounted on that shunt? Over a NC contact?.
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#7
Yes i have the Batrium being able to trigger it if needed yes. One way: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k6pyTpqUjNs

And more info regarding it https://www.batrium.com/pages/expansionb...ring-guide

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(10-11-2018, 05:03 PM)daromer Wrote: No contactor inside no. ABB shunt is what I use to. I use this one  Ie the S5N. Just make sure the version you pick is DC rated!! 

You can find videos on where I worked with them.

(10-11-2018, 07:29 PM)WuggyBuggy Wrote: Hi Daniel. Okay, do you have your BMS mounted on that shunt? Over a NC contact?.

nice! Thanks alot man.

Great video and good explanation.
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