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Two Honda EU7000's Running in Parallel


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Old 01-20-2018, 08:37:33 PM
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Looks like its running unbalanced. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X5pNBpi3sGE
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Not sure if I should start a new thread, continue here, or continue in our old thread.

Is there any update on the Parallel operation of the EU7000ís? Iím in the process of finishing off my basement and if there wonít ever be a reliable and balanced parallel solution, Iíll just wire it up for a single EU7000 and call it a day.
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Not sure if I should start a new thread, continue here, or continue in our old thread.

Is there any update on the Parallel operation of the EU7000ís? Iím in the process of finishing off my basement and if there wonít ever be a reliable and balanced parallel solution, Iíll just wire it up for a single EU7000 and call it a day.
I think the best we have is Robertathonda said the project is not dead. I don't think there's even a good rumor about when it could come out.

I decided to wire up for 50A and will just use a cable with the differing plugs on each end.
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I think the best we have is Robertathonda said the project is not dead. I don't think there's even a good rumor about when it could come out.
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