ABB (POWER-ONE) Aurora MICROINVERTER AC DROP (Trunk) Cable PORTRAIT Orientation, 41 inches, 50 connectors, 10AWG, Price Per Drop
Q - Which type of AC cable (wire) should I use for the home run?A -When connecting to the grid, all the Power-One AC cables coming from MICRO inverters must be joined inside a junction box.A single line cable must then form the connection to the distribution grid.
Be particularly mindful of the dimensions of the line cable. The grounding connection from the inverters is obligatory.
The AC cable used is quadrupole
Q - How should I characterise and size the line cable (home run)?A - The line cable (not supplied from Power-One) runs between the junction box and the load distribution panel.
The cross-section of the AC line conductor must be sized in order to prevent unwanted disconnections of the inverter from the grid due to high impedance of the line that connects the inverter to the power supply point. If the impedance is too high, it causes an increase in the AC voltage that, on reaching the limit set by the country of installation, causes the inverter to switch OFF.
Fasten the AC-TRUNK cable to the frame with cable ties. Each connector is provided with two guides for ideal fastening. Cable ties are not supplied with the inverter or AC-TRUNK cable. Use cable ties that are rated for use in the installation location.
Remove the temporary cap from AC-TRUNK cable connectors and then connect the MICRO inverters. The connectors are coupled correctly when two clicks are heard.
Be mindful to keep the connectors in a position accessible to the AC-TRUNK cable coming from the MICRO inverter.
Protect any unused AC-TRUNK cable connectors by fitting the AC-TRUNK PLUG CAP on them to keep them watertight.
The temporary caps are only fitted for shipping and provide no seal whatsoever!