Sunsynk CT coil extension

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Zero export to CT. The Sunsynk inverter will provide power to the backup load connection. It also provides power to the home load connected. If PV power and battery storage power is insufficient, then the energy will be supplemented from the National grid connection. When using the CT coil, power will not be sent back to the National grid. Refer to the video to explain how the CT coil works.

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ImageProduct OptionPrice (exc. VAT)Quantity-
Sunsynk CT coil extension setSingle phase CT coil extension kit c/w 20m Cat5e cable£285.00
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Sunsynk CT coil extension setSingle phase CT coil extension kit c/w 30m Cat5e cable£305.00
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Sunsynk CT coil extension setSingle phase CT coil extension kit c/w 40m Cat5e cable£345.00
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Sunsynk CT coil extension setSingle phase CT coil extension kit c/w 50m Cat5e cable£375.00
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Description

This Extension product allows the Sunsynk CT coil to be extended up to 50m away from incoming mains power supply.

Essentially the clamp on CT coil within the Sunsynk inverters kit, will only provide localized connection to incoming mains power up to a maximum of 10m without additional meter.

This page offers the user a Sunsynk CT coil extension meter, to enable the CT coil to be fitted when further away that the standard. Along with measured lengths of Cat5e cable to enable the meter to be connected to externally mounted Synsynk hybrid inverter.

Note! If the CT coil is fitted in the wrong way around, then this variable will have negative instead of positive values when the power is flowing into the house/inverter. Also, the inverter export limiting function will not work properly.

 

VIDEO

(106) How to Connect the EASTRON meter to Hybrid Inverter – YouTube