Question on the 2000W Sun Grid Tie Inverter with Limiter with 240V output
I was wanting to buy this 2000 want grid tie inverter with limiter, as it will meet with my current desire to offset my power utility bill without any major hindrance. My question is to those who might be in the know. This grid tie inverter has an output of 240 V (two wires) and not having a neutral conductor. When I tie these two inverter output conductors to my line 1 and line 2 to my incoming grid connectors via a breaker in my electrical panel, what happens when a small 120v load arises on one leg to neutral? Would this grid tie inverter be able to see this 120v load on one leg and supply a current to reduce or negate this load? Or will this inverter just respond to 240 v loads that arise from houseold appliances?
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