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ve.bus:manual_parallel_and_three_phase_systems [2019-10-15 10:53]
guy_stewart [DC and AC wiring]
ve.bus:manual_parallel_and_three_phase_systems [2019-11-17 11:35]
guy_stewart [Warning]
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 This should be considered essential before attempting design or installation.   This should be considered essential before attempting design or installation.  
  
-First get experience with smaller systems. Start with single phase single unit, so that you are already familiar with the necessary equipment and software required.+First get experience with smaller systems. If you are new to Victron, please start with simpler designs, so that you become familiar with the necessary training, equipment and software required.
  
 It is also recommended to hire an installer that has experience with these more complex Victron systems, for both the design and the commissioning. It is also recommended to hire an installer that has experience with these more complex Victron systems, for both the design and the commissioning.
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 If units need to be isolated at both poles, or local wiring requirements demand double pole isolation for each unit, the communications cables must be removed first AND appropriate safety signage needs to clearly explain this. If units need to be isolated at both poles, or local wiring requirements demand double pole isolation for each unit, the communications cables must be removed first AND appropriate safety signage needs to clearly explain this.
  
-Double pole isolation of the system is allowed (and sometimes required), as long as it at the battery connection end of the DC bus, and the Quattros remain with continuous negative between themselves.+Double pole isolation of the system is allowed (and sometimes required), as long as it at the battery connection end of the DC bus, and the Multis/Quattros remain with continuous negative between themselves.
  
  
-Theory and background information on wiring is further explained in these presentations:+==== Theory and background information ====  
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 +wiring is further explained in these presentations:
   * {{:ve.bus:4._ripple_in_a_ac_battery_system.pdf|presentation - DC Ripple}}   * {{:ve.bus:4._ripple_in_a_ac_battery_system.pdf|presentation - DC Ripple}}
   * {{:ve.bus:rva_-_theory_on_wiring_large_systems.pdf|presentation - Theory on wiring large systems}}'   * {{:ve.bus:rva_-_theory_on_wiring_large_systems.pdf|presentation - Theory on wiring large systems}}'
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