If you look at the DC breakers for the MNPV6 box you see how there is a plated copper bussbar with square tabs pointing down....
the breaker slides along the DIN rail and connects to one of those tabs...I guess you can cut the bussbar in 2 pieces and have 2 set ups going at once....but I am wondering how does the DC breaker attach onto the top of the breaker..?? Does it just push on or does it slide on sideways...I am asking because I am building my own combiner/breaker box out of an enclosure I have from an old well pump controller.
I will have 2 breakers for combining and 4 breakers for other breakers/ GFP63 and 2 -30 amp DC breakers. All on 1 din rail that I will bolt in.
I was going to cut my own bussbar out of copper plate but was wondering if I could just use small jumpers from the top of the breakers
to the big combiner lug nut and skip the bussbar??Can I use wire instead of the bussbar..??maybe 8 ga..??
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