Phoenix Inverter Smart Manual

7. Appendix

In this section:

7.1. Connection overview

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Connections 1600VA model

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Connections 2000VA model

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Connections 3000VA model

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Connections 5000VA model

#

Connector

Terminal names

A

AC output

L (phase), N (neutral), PE (earth)

B

Battery

+ (positve), - (negative)

C

Alarm (programmable relay)

NO, COM, NC

D

Remote

H, L

E

VE.Direct

VE.Direct

7.2. Installation information floating ground 1600VA and 2000VA models

Ground wire “G“ connects the output neutral to ground. It must be re-positioned to a "dummy" terminal if a floating output is required.  

When a floating output is obtained, the current reading at no load can show an offset of around 100 - 50mA. Also beware that a GFCI (or RCCB) will not function properly.

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7.3. Installation information floating ground 3000VA and 5000VA models

Ground wire “G“ connects the output neutral to ground. It must be re-positioned to a ‘dummy’ terminal if a floating output is required.  

When a floating output is obtained, the current reading at no load can show an offset of around 100 - 150mA. Also beware that a GFCI (or RCCB) will not function properly.

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7.4. Dimensions 1600VA and 2000VA model

PIN_1600-2000VA_Smart.pdf

7.5. Dimensions 3000VA model (12V)

Phoenix_Inverter_12V_3000VA_Smart.pdf

7.6. Dimensions 3000VA model (24V, 48V)

Phoenix_Inverter_24V-48V_3000VA_Smart.pdf

7.7. Dimensions 5000VA model

Phoenix_Inverter_24V-48V_5000VA_Smart.pdf