[TRNSYS-users] Type 48c pv-wind system

David BRADLEY d.bradley at tess-inc.com
Tue Jun 23 08:15:41 PDT 2020


  If you are looking at Type48's output 5 then that value can be 
interpreted as "power required by the system that wasn't provided." In a 
grid connected system, that power would come from the grid. In a system 
that is not connected to the grid then you'll need to modify the system 
until that value goes to zero.

kind regards,


On 06/23/2020 09:09, Duygu Kemeriz via TRNSYS-users wrote:
> Hi Trnsys users;
> I have designed stand-alone solar-wind system but i have a problem 
> about inverter is called Type 48c. My system is not connected to the 
> grid, but when I print it from the inverter via Type 25e, it seems 
> that there is a load coming from the grid. I want to disconnect from 
> the grid.How can I do this or does the power from the inverter have 
> another meaning? Do you have any ideas ?
> Kind Regards
> Duygu Kemeriz
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