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 ===== 1.5 Loss of mains detection (LOM) ===== ===== 1.5 Loss of mains detection (LOM) =====
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 +Loss of mains detection will push and pull at voltage and frequency to see if there is still a generating source. This process can cause issues with some generators, or high impedance connections to generators. ​
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 +For large and stable Generators Type B LOM will work, and is safer.
 +However, if you are experiencing issues with voltage, frequency or power fluctuations,​ you may wish to try Disabling LOM.
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 +**Disabling LOM**
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 +Disabling the LOM on an input connected to the grid is only allowed when other external safety equipment is installed.
 +Disabling the LOM on an input connected to generator can be done, but then other methods / warning signs / physical lockout safety measures must be provided. Ensuring that any installer that will work on the generator, wiring or system, will make sure to also switch off or otherwise disconnect the Inverter/​charger system.
  
 For Full information on Loss of Mains detection, please see [[ve.bus:​grid-codes-and-loss-of-mains-detection|this more detailed explanation.]] For Full information on Loss of Mains detection, please see [[ve.bus:​grid-codes-and-loss-of-mains-detection|this more detailed explanation.]]
  
  
-===== Example configuration in VEConfigure ​=====+**Example configuration in VEConfigure**
  
   * A generator that requires LOM to be disabled.   * A generator that requires LOM to be disabled.
   * Generator on AC in 1, and grid on AC in 2, as recommended.   * Generator on AC in 1, and grid on AC in 2, as recommended.
  
-{{ :ve.bus:grid-code.png?direct |}} +{{::lom_generator.jpg?direct&400|}}
  
  
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