Alright, question on setup. I'm replacing a pair of old Heart Interface inverter units. They are wired as such - coming in off of USA 50A/125/250 service. Each inverter gets one leg of 50am 125V. They each feed a panel. So technically they arent in parallel as the combination isnt fed to the same service panel - though I could bind the two old outputs to both Victron units to combine the two inverted loads to be parallel fed by the two Victron units.
OR just keep them separate - one inverter feeds P1, one inverter feeds P2. But for this - shouuld this be configured as split phase eventhough the outputs dont need to be phase corrected on output ? They are essentially dual inverters that are being run.
They are both being drawn off the same battery bank. And the generator feed comes out feeding them separate as well.
So should they be in split phase (is my guess), parallel, or I have read that they could be completely indepedent. But if they are independent, the CGGX wont report on them or show my entire system correctly ? right ?
Trying to determine the best configuration so that my CGGX can report on the two units and get an accurate reading.