I’m installing a FV system with an hybrid inverter and backup EPS and I want to install some Shelly EM to monitor just everything
Basically I have 3 inputs and 2 outputs:
- Power Network
- Solar power
- Batteries power I/O
- Regular loads
- Backup loads
Following this idea:
In this case, they don’t have batteries and only one output, so they only use 3 clamps.
But instead of installing 3 clamps in my case, I intended to install 5 clamps, one to each input and output mentioned above with 3 Shelly EM (2 clamps per Shelly).
Is this procedure right? Or do you feel I could optimize it a little (or maybe installing 1 more clamp somewhere I’m missing)
I just want to monitor how much power I deliver or get from the power network, how much power I receive from the sun, how much power I put and draw from the batteries, and since I have two separate circuits, one for regular loads and the other for the backup loads , I may need to monitor both loads separately.