Aah i was not sure which coast you were on !!
OK so here we go
IOTA 1 = Main Meterboard
Clamps on the mains in from the street are SCT013 100a/50ma so these are good and do not need to be modified
Clamps on the Feed from the Meterboard to the main switchboard where the circuits are = SCT013 50a/1v
Clamps on the incoming Solar are SCT013 30a/1v
IOTA 2 - Switchboard
Clamps on the mains in from the Main meterboard = SCT013 30a/1v
Here is the screenshot of the setup on the meterboard IOTA 1
And from the switchboard with all the circuits
So i think i have everything setup correctly now - the only definitive measurements i can rely on are the Grid incoming on the meterboard as they are the correct type of CT.
I have run through the 3 phase setup routine as per your blog post recently and have correctly identifed each of the phases and achieved the expected load from a hair dryer. So i think i am good there.
The Solar cables are colour coded as per the previous picture this morning and i have traced them and made sure they go into the appropriate mains cables so i believe i have everything right there.
However the maths is not adding up still
I would expect that as per the previous posts this morning that
- Solar is always + or Zero
- Consumption is always + or Zero
- Grid can be either + or - depending on the Solar output and consumption.
if you look in the first picture in this post Grid - nearly equals Solar and consumption is not taken into account
The numbers look pretty accurate for everything though - the static house load is about where i expect it to be and where the Electricity company shows it on their daily reports, whilst the Solar is pretty closely matching up with the output from the Inverter - both realtime on the inverter LCD screens and also on the Web portal (which is 6 minute delayed)
Any ideas ?