Solaredge DIY: Safe to make wire terminations after panel installation?

I’m nearing the end of my DIY Solaredge system install. For several reasons, I needed to get the panels in place before I could make my wire terminations at roof junction boxes and at the inverter.

I know that Solaredge has the SafeDC feature that limits power output from each panel to 1v when the system is deactivated. So, for my own safety, I don’t think I have much to worry about working with a max of 19v dc.

However, could I blow some fuses in the optimizers or something if a wire gets tangled or touches something it shouldn’t?

Should I just wait till nightfall and break out a headlamp to do these final connections?

submitted by /u/combatwombat007
[link] [comments]I’m nearing the end of my DIY Solaredge system install. For several reasons, I needed to get the panels in place before I could make my wire terminations at roof junction boxes and at the inverter. I know that Solaredge has the SafeDC feature that limits power output from each panel to 1v when the system is deactivated. So, for my own safety, I don’t think I have much to worry about working with a max of 19v dc. However, could I blow some fuses in the optimizers or something if a wire gets tangled or touches something it shouldn’t? Should I just wait till nightfall and break out a headlamp to do these final connections? submitted by /u/combatwombat007 [link] [comments]Read More

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