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Re: my power bill

PostPosted: Tue Oct 31, 2017 8:41 am
by jules
Tricky problem ... I understand one of the reasons that inverters can shut down like that is that grid voltage can go outside the range acceptable to the inverter. Some inverters need to be re-set after events like that so you could check to see if yours does it automatically. Are there any notable features of your grid supply that might cause your supply voltage to be high or low? Others here will now more than I do about this but proximity to a grid transformer can be a factor. Can you access a diagnosis of the reason for the warning light coming on from your inverter?