• AWG # Diameter
    (mm) Diameter
    (inch) Area
    (mm2)
    0000 (4/0) 11.6840 0.4600 107.2193
    000 (3/0) 10.4049 0.4096 85.0288
    00 (2/0) 9.2658 0.3648 67.4309
    0 (1/0) 8.2515 0.3249 53.4751
    1 7.3481 0.2893 42.4077
    2 6.5437 0.2576 33.6308
    3 5.8273 0.2294 26.6705
    4 5.1894 0.2043 21.1506
    5 4.6213 0.1819 16.7732
    6 4.1154 0.1620 13.3018
    7 3.6649 0.1443 10.5488
    8 3.2636 0.1285 8.3656
    9 2.9064 0.1144 6.6342
    10 2.5882 0.1019 5.2612
    11 2.3048 0.0907 4.1723
    12 2.0525 0.0808 3.3088
    13 1.8278 0.0720 2.6240
    14 1.6277 0.0641 2.0809
    15 1.4495 0.0571 1.6502
    16 1.2908 0.0508 1.3087
    17 1.1495 0.0453 1.0378
    18 1.0237 0.0403 0.8230
    19 0.9116 0.0359 0.6527

  • For a simple connection the best option is a ceramic connector, though there are limited options:~ Either a two or three way block and max cable of 4mm^2 (30A)
    https://www.cef.co.uk/catalogue/categories/junction-boxes-porcelain-connector-blocks


  • Fuses between.
    a) Battery and Inverter 100A
    b) MPPT and battery 60A.
    c) General supply box Max 60A to Fuse box (6 x 15A~25A)

    Get cable for a) 35
    Get cable for b) 25

    Get switch to isolate a)
    Get switch to isolate b)
    Get switch to isolate c)

  • Morning Low ::12.63 | < 12.63 | < 12.39 | < 12.03     Yield :: 900 | 540 | 230 | 100 | 90
    Morning Low is the voltage before any use, maybe before sunrise :)
    Yield is the power used including power via the inverter. ~  I  Indicates Inverter Use (Fridge + +)


    31st August : ML V=12.63   Y=780Wh   I 
    30th August : ML V=12.70Y=860Wh   I 
    29th August : ML V=12.63Y=760Wh   I  12.63 Left router on all night
    28th August : ML V=12.67Y=410Wh   I 
    27th August : ML V=12.67Y=250Wh   I 
    26th August : ML V=12.69Y=690Wh   I 
    25th August : ML V=12.74Y=200Wh   I 
    24th August : ML V=12.66Y=220Wh   I 
    23rd August : ML V=12.66Y=360Wh   I 
    22nd August: ML V=12.70Y=600Wh   I 
    21st August : ML V=12.83Y=380Wh   I 
    20th August : ML V=12.63Y=500Wh   I 
    19th August : ML V=12.83Y=200Wh   I 
    18th August : ML V=12.75Y=560Wh   I 
    17th August : ML V=12.67Y=360Wh   I 
    16th August : ML V=12.64Y=210Wh   I 
    15th August : ML V=12.68Y=210Wh   I 
    14th August : ML V=12.81Y=190Wh   I 
    13th August : ML V=12.84Y=810Wh   I 
    12th August : ML V=12.58Y=1.10KWh   I  ML=12.58 Using computer after 01.00
    11th August : ML V=12.75Y=950Wh   I 
    10th August : ML V=12.70Y=580Wh   I 
    9th August ::: ML V=12.67Y=880Wh   I  ML=12.67 Left computer on all night.
    8th August ::: ML V=12.75Y=950Wh   I 
    7th August ::: ML V=12.82Y=810Wh   I 
    6th August ::: ML V=12.83Y=190Wh   I 
    5th August ::: ML V=12.87Y=250Wh   I 
    4th August ::: ML V=12.70Y=230Wh   I  ML=12.70 Left router on until 3am and computer on all night.
    3rd August ::: ML V=12.74Y=420Wh   I 
    2nd August :: ML V=12.70Y=550Wh   I  ML=12.70 Left computer on all night but it didn't charge??
    1st August ::: ML V=13.03Y=400Wh   I  ML V=13.03 ??

  • Morning Low ::12.63 | < 12.63 | < 12.39 | < 12.03     Yield :: 900 | 540 | 230 | 100 | 90
    Morning Low is the voltage before any use, maybe before sunrise :)
    Yield is the power used including power via the inverter. ~  I  Indicates Inverter Use (Fridge + +)


    31st July : ML V=12.70   Y=630Wh   I  ML V=12.70 Left computer on charge overnight but didn't fully charge??
    30th July : ML V=12.82Y=900Wh   I 
    29th July : ML V=12.79Y=890Wh   I  ML V=12.79 had been 12.82 at some point but due to cold had dropped 0.03v by sunrise.(04.20 GMT)
    28th July : ML V=12.82Y=450Wh   I 
    27th July : ML V=12.87Y=240Wh   I 
    26th July : ML V=12.90Y=420Wh   I 
    25th July : ML V=12.74Y=230Wh   I  ML V=12.74 >> Surprised as left router on all night
    24th July : ML V=12.90Y=290Wh   I 
    23rd July : ML V=12.94Y=210Wh   I  ML V=12.94 >> Checked electrolyte levels. Although they seemed fine I added some (10 to 16)ml each
    22nd July: ML V=12.82Y=1.17KWh   I 
    21st July : ML V=12.74Y=970Wh   I 
    20th July : ML V=12.74Y=960Wh   I 
    19th July : ML V=12.78Y=450Wh   I 
    18th July : ML V=12.67Y=600Wh   I  Scheduled Equalisation
    17th July : ML V=12.84Y=780Wh   I 
    16th July : ML V=12.83Y=200Wh   I 
    15th July : ML V=12.74Y=120Wh
    14th July : ML V=12.82Y=440Wh   I 
    13th July : ML V=12.74Y=240Wh   I 
    12th July : ML V=12.70Y=920Wh   I 
    11th July : ML V=12.81Y=770Wh   I 
    10th July : ML V=12.95Y=410Wh   I 
    9th July ::: ML V=12.75Y=120Wh
    8th July ::: ML V=12.86Y=120Wh
    7th July ::: ML V=12.91Y=380Wh   I 
    6th July ::: ML V=12.78Y=740Wh   I 
    5th July ::: ML V=12.66Y=530Wh   I 
    4th July ::: ML V=12.70Y=190Wh
    3rd July ::: ML V=12.64Y=270Wh 12.64 Left router on all night.
    2nd July :: ML V=12.87Y=490Wh   I 
    1st July ::: ML V=12.74Y=230Wh   I 

  • The overlap with the 230v Mains: external is that they both take power from the inverter via a fuse box. There the fuse box feeds two internal circuits. The extension connection goes to the previously used three gang flying extension, now pretty much fixed to the wall and a 6A fuse that feeds a line to a) a junction box from where a cable goes through the wall to a 2 gang socket,

    Wooden 2 gang socket


    and to
    b) feed to another junction box to a 2 gang socket installed above the tool bench, and also
    c) feeds a third 2 gang socket in the corner of the computer desk.
    Cable running to 2gang socket at computer station