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 ====== Parallel and three phase VE.Bus systems ====== ====== Parallel and three phase VE.Bus systems ======
  
-This manual explains the details of designing, installing and configuring three-phase and parallel systems. It applies to components that use VE.Bus, for example ​Multiplus, Quattro and some larger Phoenix inverters. ​+This manual explains the details of designing, installing and configuring three-phase and parallel systems. It applies to components that use VE.Bus, for example ​MultiPlus, Quattro and some larger Phoenix inverters. ​
  
 **IMPORTANT:​** **IMPORTANT:​**
  
-  * Always update all units to the latest 400 firmware version([[updating_firmware:​updating_ve.bus_products|firmware update instructions]]).+  * Always update all units to the latest 400 firmware version ([[updating_firmware:​updating_ve.bus_products|firmware update instructions]]).
   * Note that some parts of the description below apply only to 4xx firmwares.   * Note that some parts of the description below apply only to 4xx firmwares.
   * All units in one system must be the same type and firmware version, this includes same size, system voltage, and feature set. The type is indicated by the first four digits of the firmware version number. For details, see the "​VE.Bus Firmware Numbering System"​ section in the [[https://​www.victronenergy.nl/​upload/​documents/​manual-VE.Bus-firmware-versions-explained-EN.pdf|VE.Bus Firmware versions explained document]]. ​   * All units in one system must be the same type and firmware version, this includes same size, system voltage, and feature set. The type is indicated by the first four digits of the firmware version number. For details, see the "​VE.Bus Firmware Numbering System"​ section in the [[https://​www.victronenergy.nl/​upload/​documents/​manual-VE.Bus-firmware-versions-explained-EN.pdf|VE.Bus Firmware versions explained document]]. ​
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   * Input current limits.\\ This makes it possible to set a different input current limit per phase. Note that, similar to the maximum charge current, the input current limit used by the system is multiplied by the number of units in the system.\\ (This multiplication is done automatically when using a remote panel to adjust the input current limit.)   * Input current limits.\\ This makes it possible to set a different input current limit per phase. Note that, similar to the maximum charge current, the input current limit used by the system is multiplied by the number of units in the system.\\ (This multiplication is done automatically when using a remote panel to adjust the input current limit.)
   * UPS function on/off   * UPS function on/off
-  * Power Assist ​settings+  * PowerAssist ​settings
   * Accept wide input frequency range on/off   * Accept wide input frequency range on/off
 The following settings need to made in each unit in the system: The following settings need to made in each unit in the system:
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   * PV Inverter Assistant needs to be loaded into each unit in the system.   * PV Inverter Assistant needs to be loaded into each unit in the system.
   * The VE.Bus BMS and the Two-Signal BMS support Assistant also need to be loaded in each unit in the system.   * The VE.Bus BMS and the Two-Signal BMS support Assistant also need to be loaded in each unit in the system.
-(nb: In some cases (depending on the choices made) slaves can left out, the assistant will notify you about this.)+(nb: In some cases (depending on the choices made) slaves can be left out, the assistant will notify you about this.)
  
 With all the other Assistants: genset start/stop, relay locker etcetera, a unique configuration can be made in each unit. With all the other Assistants: genset start/stop, relay locker etcetera, a unique configuration can be made in each unit.
  
-Tip: a quick way to load Assistants into each unit in the system is to save the settings after configuring the master in L1. Then open VEConfigure for an other unit and load that file. VEConfigure will automatically adapt the Assistants for the slaves. (note: In some cases you might get some warnings. Please step through the assistant in that case.)+Tip: a quick way to load Assistants into each unit in the system is to save the settings after configuring the master in L1. Then open VEConfigure for another ​unit and load that file. VEConfigure will automatically adapt the Assistants for the slaves. (note: In some cases you might get some warnings. Please step through the assistant in that case.)
  
 ===== Tips and hints ===== ===== Tips and hints =====
ve.bus/manual_parallel_and_three_phase_systems.txt · Last modified: 2019-09-13 13:47 by marmour