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I would leave it on 10A (low and slow is the way to go), if you have batteries in parallel then set to 20A.First real LS session and the Mecer worked perfectly, saw batt voltage drop to 12.8V and stayed there the entire session and charged back up (20A) within an hour.
Next session in a few hours...
Sounds like they have the loadshedding that is couple of slots a day.I would leave it on 10A (low and slow is the way to go), if you have batteries in parallel then set to 20A.
If there is not enough time to charge then 20A if you have to.
I also get it twice a day sometimes.Sounds like they have the loadshedding that is couple of slots a day.
Fortunately in KZN they run away with the loadshedding, so they limit it to 2 hours a day max. only to avoid the opportunity for thieves to steal it.
Unfortunately they do run away with the substations as well...
I could but I can pay someone to do it for me and save me the hassle
Pretty much yeah, just get one of those surge protected plugs for the output like this https://leroymerlin.co.za/8-way-m-p...iuq62EYE4KcjP4-L9seZabbqLL7hKPCBoCBK0QAvD_BwEThanks, copped a few to put around the house and thanks for the tip, I assume the lack of grounding will kill the inverter if I put the plug on the output side?
Pretty much yeah, just get one of those surge protected plugs for the output like this https://leroymerlin.co.za/8-way-m-p...iuq62EYE4KcjP4-L9seZabbqLL7hKPCBoCBK0QAvD_BwE
That is fine for the output, I've been using one for awhile, mainly as it's the only multiplug that fits what I need.I would not put that on the output side?
Surge protectors sends power spike down earth ie: back into the inverter....
If you really wanna protect for inverter output spike you need something that leads to earth or something that fuse.
Even done that, remember these plugs aren't like the bigger surge protectors