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IC Series Inverter/Charger: DC OVERCURRENT PROTECTION AND DC DISCONNECT

# DC OVERCURRENT PROTECTION AND DC DISCONNECT Batteries are capable of providing very large currents in case of a short circuit. If this occurs with no DC overcurrent protection, it will result in overheating and melting of the cables and possibly serious injury and/or fire. DC overcurrent protection is not included…

IC Series Inverter/Charger: AC POWER SOURCE TYPES

# TYPES OF AC POWER SOURCE AC Input power to the IC Series can be supplied from a split-phase or dual- input single phase AC source. These sources typically include utility power or a generator. • **Split Phase**: This source has 4 lines: 2 Hot Lines, one neutral and one ground. The 2 hot lines are 120VAC and are 18…

IC Series Inverter/Charger: AC TERMINAL BLOCK CONNECTIONS

# AC TERMINAL BLOCK CONNECTIONS 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…

IC Series Inverter/Charger: TESTING THE INSTALLATION

# How to test the Installation 1. Apply battery power to the inverter by engaging the fuse, switching the breaker on or switching the battery disconnect switch to the ON position. The Inverter/Charger will remain off. 2. Disconnect all AC loads from the breaker panel by switching the main on/off breaker or all indiv…

IC Series Inverter/Charger: DC GROUNDING

DC GROUNDING INSTRUCTORS To protect against electrical shock hazards the IC Series metal chassis must be connected to the DC grounding system. The DC grounding system is sometimes referred to as the earth ground or another designated ground. For example, on an RV, the metal frame of the RV is designated as the negati…

IC Series Inverter/Charger: BATTERY TEMPERATURE SENSOR (BTS) OPERATION

# BATTERY TEMPERATURE SENSOR (BTS) OPERATION The IC Series Inverter/Charger is delivered with a battery temperature sensor. By installing this sensor, the charge voltages are automatically adapted for deviating temperature. With a BTS installed, if the temperature around the BTS is below 20°C, the absorb and float ch…

IC Series Inverter/Charger: DISABLING THE NEUTRAL TO CHASSIS GROUND CONNECTION

# HOW TO DISABLE THE NEUTRAL TO CHASSIS GROUND CONNECTION The IC Series Inverter/Charger has the automatic neutral to ground switching feature enabled as a factory default setting. In some installations this feature must be physically disabled by disconnecting the neutral to chassis ground connection. Please consult …

IC Series Inverter/Charger: AC WIRING 2 - Single Phase, 30A> Service, Single IN /Single OUT [Sub Panel]

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IC Series Inverter/Charger: POWER SHARING MODE 2

# POWER SHARING MODE 2 **In generator mode**: * The power required by the appliances (fridge, TV, outlets) is 3600W (30AAC x 120VAC) - 1. * Shore power (utility or generator) is connected and supplying 2400W (20AAC x 120VAC) - 2. * The inverter automatically switches on and supplies the remaining 1200W (10AAC…

IC Series Inverter/Charger: AC WIRING 3 - Split Phase, 50A Service, Dual IN, Dual OUT, Option 1 [No Sub Panel]

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