Hi! If we were to connect the grounding terminal to the ground wire, would it be able to meet the bonding ground required by some of the EV Chargers? I tried to plug-in a bonding plug, but it trip the GFCI on the grid circuit.
I finally have time to test to connect the Ground terminal on the back of EP500 (NOT Pro) to a ground connection in an AC outlet box. Then connect a load (Tesla EV charger at 110V) plus a Bonding Plug. I tripped the GFCI and it alos tripped the circuit breaker. While I was at it. I tried to measure the continuity in ohm between the ground terminal to the ground wire on the AC Input cable. The ohm values flustruate rapidly.
The ground terminal and it’s use is dependent on your use, application and local codes. The best way to get information on how to use this, is to lookup generator hookups. This will tell you how you’re required to hookup a Power Station.
I read the reviews and they say it works for gas generators just fine, but one person did say it did not work for his solar generator (Ecoflow). Have to wonder is it’s because of the batteries (which gas gens don’t have, obviously.)