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Definition of feed through current

Hi everyone! First time victron user here.

I am hoping to use the Quattro inverter and want to ensure my system is to spec. I need to clarify the definition of 'maximum feed through current'? Does the 100A maximum feed through current refer to the maximum DC input current? Or the output AC current? Both?

Thanks for the help!

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Michael Riley answered ·

@Joseph Bichel I believe that this is only referring to the 'non-supported' AC current. See following which is an extract relating to the two (2) AC outputs of the inverter. 'The second output [ referring to AC2] is live only when AC is available on the input of the.....'. No-Break or UPS functionality is only available on the AC1 output. There is no demand on the DC bank/supply by AC2 as I understand it.

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