Author Topic: Outback PSX-240 and loads balancing  (Read 291 times)


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Outback PSX-240 and loads balancing
« on: April 16, 2017, 12:11:03 PM »
Hi Folks,
Finally, I've just finished to rebuild/renew my old system with 2x VFX3648 (7 years old + new demo unit) using Outback serie/parallel stacking + PSX-240 transformer and was wondering if someone knows how it really balances loads when above 12Aac? On the mate (old oval display), I've seen the master at 10A (P01) when the slave (P02) was around 6A.  In the PSX manual I saw a diagram which was showing a nice balancing between both legs but real life seems a bit different. Does it need bigger loads to get a better balancing?
Any ideas from Outback users?
Off Grid with 3.2kw PV | Classic 200/WBjr + Classic lite 200 | 2x Outback VFX3648 Epanel | 4x SPD300 | Hub + Mate + PSX-240 | 750Ah Rolls S-480 battery bank + Trimetric | 1200 watts DC water heater | 8000 Generac and 7200 watts Champion gas generators