Great product… have it temporarily installed with just a few CTs on and it has been within a few hundred watts of the utility meter. Next weeks project is to make it permanent - the panel is in our finished basement so its proving to be a challenge with the WAF.
I want to make sure I my “math is correct” with the CT’s for a 60 am sub panel for the hot tub and the dryer.
Its 200 amp service so I have 100 amp CTs on the mains. One is installed reversed. On the 60 amp hot tub sub panel, I have 2 CT’s with one reversed on install… question… the way I read it… if I use 100 amp CT’s, I CANT use a headphone splitter to combine them since the load doubled would be essentially 120 amps. Correct? For the dryer on the otherhand it should be fine since its 30 amps and the CT’s are 100.
thanks for any advice anyone has!