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Is it possible to monitor a 100amp split phase US 120/240 system using CT's instead of shunts

Currently I have a Ted 5000 monitoring my AC power from my power company. I am moving am starting to build my Victron system up, and I would like to start monitoring the AC using CT's like I do with my Ted 5000 as I rent my house, so re-wiring the main power feed, could be troubling.

I have looked at the ET340(65A CT's) and ET112 (100A Shunt) so neither of these solutions would work? Has anyone else been able to get a power monitor using CT's for a 100 amp system?

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Martijn Coster (Victron Energy Staff) answered ·

Hi @Stargazer7,


This is a technical installation question.
I would advise you to contact a Victron dealer to help you with this.
if you do not know who your dealer is, please visit: https://professional.victronenergy.com/support/

best regards
Martijn Coster - Victron Energy

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Mike Stasko answered ·

@Stargazer7 did you figure out your question? I have a similar scenario.

Thanks

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