I’ve been reading about putting 2 of the sensors at the inlet to the meter and other 2 on the solar.
couple of questions…if anybody can help
is the potential damage at the digitizer (assuming some analog protection then A to D). I anticipate in the future to potentially hitting that 400 amps. I have a 36kw tankless Hot Water and will be charging an EV in a few years. trying to understand the likelihood of failure and where the clipping would start (which would effect power calcs)
why is this configuration better then just connecting the split. I get that actual solar would be measured but Im assuming the negative numbers would be added in and most if not all devices can be found at night.
Is there a future solar related costing similar to the TOU. SCE charges a delivery fee so I lose 8 cents from the base TOU rate sending it out.
just curious is there work going forward to add a 3rd channel or have a second sense to participate with this one.