With eco-friendly energy options becoming more and more popular, there is a considerable increase in the use of options such as solar as a household’s preferred way to produce energy. But, no matter how good a system is, there is always going to be faults that arise along the way that needs to be looked at – and the Samil Solar River Inverter is no exception.
Do you have a Samil Solar River Inverter that is showing an error code or not working properly? We compiled a list of the most common faults with Samil Solar Inverters. This list covers the following models: 1100TL, 1600TL, 2300TL, 3000TL, 3300TL, 3680TL, 4400TL, 5200TL however, if you have any questions or issues regarding your Samil Solar Inverter, it is highly recommended that you get in contact with your local solar electrician to discuss.
Samil Solar Inverter Faults
If your inverter is showing a ‘grid fault’, you will need to allow the grid supply to stabilise before your inverter can go back to its normal working state. If it doesn’t reconnect, you will need to try a restart following the shut down procedure. If the fault is persistent, you will need to get your solar system checked and inspected.
A ‘no utility’ fault suggests that the inverter has lost its connection to the grid. Check and ensure both your AC circuit breaker in the switchboard and also beside the inverter is on. If they are both in the on position, check and ensure you have power to other items in your home and the grid supply is available. If you have checked these and it’s still not working, you will need to get your solar system checked.
For an ‘isolation fault’, you will need a qualified solar electrician to test and check the impedance between PV (+), PV (-) and the ground/earth. This fault suggests that the DC power may be in contact with the earthing of the system, and this can be from the water in the panels, isolators or inverter.
A ‘consistent fault’ will require a qualified solar electrician to disconnect both the PV +ve and –ve inputs, and reconnect after a short break. If this reset doesn’t fix the issue, the solar inverter may need replacing.
Finally, a ‘relay fault’ will require a qualified solar electrician to disconnect both the PV +ve and –ve inputs, and then reconnect after a short break. If this reset doesn’t fix the issue, the solar inverter may need replacing.
Solar Inverter Faults
The above are some of the most common Samil Solar Inverter Faults and, for ease, we have also placed them in a table:
Your qualified solar electrician
If you need help with your Samil Solar Inverter or have further questions, give Static Electrics a call on 1300 206 004 or complete an online job booking form so a qualified solar electrician can assist. We have experience with Samil Inverters and can test, diagnose and repair most systems, ensuring we get your solar system up and running fast!