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IC Series Inverter/Charger: AC TERMINAL BLOCK CONNECTIONS
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The IC Series has a six-pole AC terminal block and two AC ground terminals to connect the Inverter/Charger’s AC input and output wiring.

The terminal block and ground terminals can be accessed by removing the three Phillips screws holding the AC cover plate.

Each connection on the AC terminal block is rated to accept one #14 to #6 AWG CU stranded wire, or two #12 AWG CU stranded wires. Use a flathead screwdriver to release and tighten the set screws.

The AC ground terminals can accept two #14 to #6 AWG CU stranded wire. Use a flathead screwdriver to release and tighten the set screws.

The IC Series’ ACN-IN and ACN-OUT terminals are electrically isolated from each other when in “inverting mode”, which helps to prevent ground-loops. If the installation requires the AC Input and AC Output neutrals to be connected together, the Inverter/Charger’s neutral-to-ground connection must be disconnected (See section 3.6.11).

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