I'm currently researching the possibility to use an AC to DC rectifier in order to connect an AC gas generator to an existing Victron ecosystem.
The system is made of a series of multiplus units, smartsolar inputs (with solar PV arrays) and a dozen pylontech batteries. My current idea is to connect the gas generators to the smartsolar inputs via MC4 after converting AC to DC within the 24-48 volts range.
One of the constraints is that I can't connect the generators to the main AC input of the multiplus boxes as biogas production isn't always sufficient to replace the mains - especially when the gas is also used for heating. I can't replace the multiplus with Quattro boxes as the input switching isn't a viable option (on top of the price).
Suggestions, experiences and other ideas are welcome!
REM: I'm aware that a DC generator could help but here I'm looking specifically for biogas generators - and I could only find AC ones.