Long story short, I am swopping out all my equipment to Victron and now in the same breath trying to re-wire my db and I need guidance what the sparky must so its proper and taking into account Coct requirements.
Current DB is 1973 samite buzzing board, everything is being taken out and a new DIN rail board is going into its place.
My solar install is back to back, my kitchen has the main db and other side is the garage, the main db is not split currently, I want to split it this time work with the Multiplus and to handle the heavy loads better
As it stands, Cables runs like follows,
Grid—>63Amp Mainswitch / Earth Leakage
—> Coct Prepaid Meter
—>through wall to sub db garage side
—>60Amp Breaker that feeds a 40amp breaker (inverter AC IN). as well as input 1 on rotary changeover switch.
Inverter AC out
—> input 2 to changeover switch
—> back through wall to main db
—> 40amp breaker
----> feed entire db
What I want to have in the new db, essential (AC OUT1) and non essential (AC OUT2) loads
Will retain the current changeover and wire MP AC OUT1 to it
Get another changeover and wire grid and AC OUT2 to its inputs, will need another set of cables for the output going back to feed non essential part of db.
The changeovers are for in case of maintenance, being able to fully return to eskom.
If you look at all the current setup and what I want to do, how would you implement the wiring and use which breakers where, ie. db design, breaker sizes etc etc
Please ask if unclear, it probably is a bit