April 2, 2022, 11:30am
AC200MAX hot AC plug charging problem
This is the configuration:
From the menu
DC input source = PV
Eco Mode = Off
AC output = On
PV input number 3 panels in series of 248 Watt 37.7V
AC input port its supplied power supply
AC output, a computer consumption 350Watt
In the morning I found the computer turned off without power, from the LCD delAC200Max the AC output was OFF !!!
The hot plug of the AC adapter !!!
Who can give me an answer as to why?
A little hard to understand, can you confirm the problem:
AC plugged in
PV plugged in (but no sun overnight)
The unit is off in the morning
Can you turn it on? What was the state of charge? Was there a load plugged into it overnight?
What do you mean by hot plug? Is the plug hot in temperature? Is the wire hot?
April 5, 2022, 6:09am
AC plugged in YES
PV plugged in (but no sun overnight) YES
The unit is off in the morning AC output off
Can you turn it on? and turned on
What was the state of charge? 80%
Was there a load plugged into it overnight? a load always connected since the product arrived about 360W
What do you mean by hot plug? Is the plug hot in temperature
Is the wire hot? the metal part is hot, the plastic is soft
What do you mean by the above?
Which plug is hot? The AC plug of the AC charger into the wall? Or the DC side of the charger into the power station?
April 8, 2022, 7:08am
What do you mean by the above? = I have always left a 360W load connected to the AC220Max AC output, ever since it was delivered to me
Which plug is hot? = The DC side of the charger into the power station
April 19, 2022, 2:49pm
try running something other than a PC, with a more stable power draw. Depending on what your PC is doing (ie it’s GPU etc) it might be drawing more than the 350W you think it is?
Also be aware (and i think i have this correct) that if on standby overnight the system will use up some battery if you are not also charging it.