AERL EarthGuard Ground Fault Detection - EG-300
Must be Installed by Electrician
AERL Products are Australian Made
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AERL EarthGuard Ground Fault Detection - EG-300


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AERL EarthGuard Ground Fault Detection - EG-300:

 

Utilizing proprietary detection techniques, the AERL EarthGuard Insulation Monitoring Device simultaneously monitors the unearthed PV Array (60 - 300V) and Battery Storage System (48/120V) for conductor insulation degradation.

Installed on the battery bus, the EarthGuard monitoring device satisfies the earth fault detection requirements of both AS/NZS 5033:2014 & AS/NZS 5139:2019 with onboard audio/visual alarms and an alarm relay output for external fault indication.

Featuring support for full integration with AERL’s CoolMax SRX charge controller range, EarthGuard can be utilized in an integrated arrangement or as a standalone device for use with approved third-party controllers, power conversion equipment
and battery systems.

 

Data sheet here

Manual here

Warranty guide here

Do I need an EarthGuard? Here

Note: The AERL EarthGuard must be installed by a licensed Electrician

 

Features:

 

- 60 – 300V PV Monitoring Range
- Supports 48V & 120V Batteries
- One EarthGuard Per System (When used with AERL CoolMax SRX regulators)
- High Accuracy Detection
- Audio & Visual Alarms
- Alarm Indication Relay

 

Note: This product comes with a 3 year warranty. It can be extended for an additional 2 years (5 years in total) by registering your purchase here

 

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