On the 12V 1200VA inverter, there isn't the surrounded red bloc below :
Here photo of the client :
As response, Victron France said: "You have to make the connection as the manual says."
@jfeiman, ask the same question for 12V 500VA NEMA inverter 2 months ago, no answer too.
His message :
"My 12/500 Phoenix inverter also lacks the internal neutral-ground jumper. According to the manual, a GFCI outlet will not provide ground fault protection without a neutral-earth bond. When a single extension cord or other electrical device is plugged directly into the inverter, there is no load distribution center on the AC side for external neutral-earth bonding.
1) Am I correct in interpreting this to mean that an extension cord equipped with a GFCI device does not provide ground fault protection when plugged into this inverter?
2) Is there a plug-in solution for providing ground fault protection?
3) Is there a VE service document that details a procedure for bonding neutral to earth internally with this inverter?"