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PostPosted: Sat Feb 27, 2021 2:44 pm 

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Hello,


When I try to take in multiple module mix in same inverter the general practice is we split the MPPT via current bifurcation (by using the option of unbalanced MPPT in the .OND file) and simulate in PVSyst System section by taking two different sub array and in each array a different module but using the same .OND file, hence we define that we are using two module https://creditcardsupportx.com
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PostPosted: Tue Mar 02, 2021 9:09 pm 
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Be sure to count the number of MPPT inputs in the system definition, so that it totals to one inverter. If you have 15 mppt inputs on the inverter, you should have 15 utilized in total between the mixed sub-arrays:

sub array 1: 8 mppt inputs, N strings of module A
sub array 2: 7 mppt inputs, N strings of module B

Total mppt inputs: 15
Total inverters: 1


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PostPosted: Sat Mar 20, 2021 4:24 am 

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Be sure to count the number of MPPT inputs in the system definition, so that it totals to one inverter. If you have 15 mppt inputs on the inverter, you should have 15 utilized in total between the mixed sub-arrays:

sub array 1: 8 mppt inputs, N strings of module A
sub array 2: 7 mppt inputs, N strings of module B

Total mppt inputs: 15
Total inverters: 1
Thank you, this question was also relevant to me.


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