currently I am setting up an off grid PV-system and try to integrate AC coupling with Solaredge SE6000H and Quattro 48/8000. (Battery is BYD premium LVL)
I followed the instructions in Victron documentation: Integrating with Solaredge
The only difference is: There is no public grid available and zero feedback is not required. Therefore no Solaredge Energy Meter is installed.
My question: is the use of the Energy Meter mandatory for the correct working of frequency based power reduction by the SE inverter?
Which country settings (on the SE inverter) did you use in your test environment?
I ask, because my test run failed.
First I used "Spain" as country setting and noticed, that in the SetApp Power Control-->Active Power the P(f) menu was missing. I reconfigured country settings this time to Czech Republic 16A and was curious to see that P(f) was back again.
(Although I doubt, that this setting is at all relevant for my setup as I will not be working in that specific country mode, but in APS (Alternative Power Source) mode.
But to follow the documentation I set P(f) in both menus: In Power Control-->Active Power-->P(f) and Power Control → Alternative Power Source → P(f) and ranging P0 100%@ 50.2Hz and P1 0%@ 51.2Hz.
On Victron side I use the assistant PV-Inverter and with the same tresholds and disconect @ 51.5 Hz.
However the test run failed. (And yes, SE status said I was in APS mode). No power reduction on SE-side happened. Victron modulated the frequency up to 51.5Hz and luckily and thanks to the relay assistant and SE on AC-Out 2 it got thrown off when BatV got too high.
Thanks for any inspiration!!