Jason:


I thought of this but I can find no DIN rail mounted breakers that perform
a GFDI function and are rated for 60 or 80 amps continuous.   Do you know
of any?  Midnite has a 63 amp unit, but this won’t work for FM80
controllers, and if it is not rated for continuous duty, it won’t work for
an FM60 either.



We have used an Outback Flexware 1000 DC Cabinets for recombiners.  They
have the same issue with back wiring but there is more room



William



PS:  I was on the island a couple of weeks ago.  Sorry I did not run into
you.



Wm







[image: Gradient Cap_mini]
Lic 773985
millersolar.com <http://www.millersolar.com/>
805-438-5600



*From:* RE-wrenches [mailto:re-wrenches-boun...@lists.re-wrenches.org] *On
Behalf Of *Jason Lerner
*Sent:* Monday, October 10, 2016 8:26 PM
*To:* RE-wrenches <re-wrenches@lists.re-wrenches.org>
*Subject:* Re: [RE-wrenches] PV Recombiner



Hello William,



How about using an Outback Flexware 500/1000 AC circuit breaker box with DC
rated DIN rail mounted breakers?  The Main breaker might need to live in
the GSLC though…..



Best,



Jason Lerner



Waldron Power and Light Co.



On Oct 10, 2016, at 2:55 PM, William Miller <will...@millersolar.com> wrote:



Friends:



I am looking for a PV recombiner.  I need to accept the outputs from 3
remote PV Combiners, send those outputs through GFP circuit breakers, into
charge controllers, back thorough breaker, into a bus bar, through a main
breaker and onto a large battery bank.



I am using 2 Outback Radian inverters, but I refuse to install DC breakers
on their dead-front because wiring to studs facing away from the front is
an inferior design.  Furthermore, I see no need to run PV circuits through
the GSLC cabinets.



I looked at the Midnite MNDC15 but again, these use panel mounted breakers
with studs on the back.



Anyone know of a more thoughtfully designed PV recombiner?



Thanks in advance,



William Miller





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Lic 773985
millersolar.com <http://www.millersolar.com/>
805-438-5600



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