I am using six Quattro 48/10000 inverter/chargers connected in parallel with a set of LiFePo4 batteries. The AC In 1 connection of each unit is connected in parallel to an AC generator with an output of 230V, set to a current limit of 24A per Quattro unit, and is designated as a generator input. The AC in 2 connection of each unit is connected in series to a male 16A connector through a 16A Type C Magnetic Circuit Breaker to facilitate a 230V mains connection, is set to a current limit of 2A per Quattro unit, and is designated as a shore power input.
When I provide 230V to AC In 2 by connecting the 16A male connector to mains, the power drawn through AC In 2 increases continually, over the 12A/2760W that I have specified as a limit for AC In 2, causing the Magnetic Circuit Breaker to trip eventually.
Can anyone help me address why the AC In 2 current limit is being ignored?