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So you have an output whose useful range is pathetically small, your resolution is 125 mA. There's always a danger with multiple fuses that, should one rupture and leave part of the circuit live but the circuit as a whole not working, someone maybe not as familiar with the arrangements as you are will believe it is safe if the fuse has blown and get a very nasty surprise when they find part of the circuit is still live. micro-inverters would be situated in my attic space for ease of maintenance rather than outside on the roof; so that is how my current system is installed with all PV panel DC cables routed into th attic & connected in series there. A note says contact them for a unipolar version, so that might be worth pursuing. There should be no relationship between the dc voltage supplied to the inverter and the ac output voltage, which (on-grid) is by definition the grid voltage. Clearly, because your resistors have tolerances and so does the transducer, and (if the transducer is ratiometric as I think it is) so does your power supply, you'll need to tweak the calibration in software (and this goes for the current channels too). Skip to main content . That's pretty much what I'd expect to see inside there, there can't be another connection to the coil as it needs to remain isolated.

I was asking if there was a more appropriate voltage regulator than the L7808ACV because of the problem of the susceptibility to noise when measuring 32.7mV/A This appears to be worth looking at - output is 2.5 V 1.875V for 0 9 A, so you get 512 at 0 A and 128 at -9 A, or 42.66 counts per Amp. Let's come back to the original question: What voltage is each end of your string sitting at? If one end of the string is close to earth potential, then although for safety you need to treat the connection as being at a high direct voltage (i.e. Login to post comments . If the leads are short and contained wholly within the boxes, I wouldn't bother. Hi Robert How about this:- Login to post comments . "There's always a danger with multiple fuses that, should one rupture and leave part of the circuit live but the circuit as a whole not working, someone maybe not as familiar with the arrangements as you are will believe it is safe if the fuse has blown and get a very nasty surprise when they find part of the circuit is still live" Maybe the safest option is to proceed with good design of the 'LEM transducer box' without the fuses 1 to 6 & rely on the DC & AC isolators for personal safety & the consumer unit 20A MCB for overload protection? Is there no protection already in the dc loop? If there is, itshould be adequate; if not, the manufacturer deems itto be unnecessary. Re: monitoring PV string voltage Submitted by dominator99 on Sat, 20/06/2015 - 20:48. Login to post comments .

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