I find conflicting information between the video and documentation about ESS.
The video suggests that for both marine and mobile ESS works. When shore/solar/generator power is removed it simply switches to storage which has been kept charged and available while alternate sources of power were available.
This sounds perfect for mobile installations. Do not have any need to feed the grid.
However in the documentation section 1. When not to use ESS. It simply states not in mobile or marine applications.
Only one of these should be correct. I need something for a mobile application similar to the first idea.
It seems ESS can when other power sources are unavailable use storage. When other power is available those sources are used and ESS keeps the storage system ready.
I don't care if ESS does not fit this need. It just seemed from the video it was a elegant and flexible solution. And that is what I am looking for.
I need management for a mobile system that has solar, storage, and shore/generator power usually available but not always. I wish to go off grid, have solar power during the day and battery at night. Maybe on bad days use a generator. When in town plug in to the shore power I am usually paying for.
Currently in place are twin Quattros producing 240V split phase. I want to always have the 240v split phase working. The are times, generator/30A shore where only single phase is available. As I understand it, one Quattro will use the shore power and the other storage/solar to generate split phase. Sometimes that will happen and hopefully not be an issue.
So looking for the best setup, assistant, or plan to keep my mobile system running well.
Thanks for any insight about the conflicting documentation and help,