As well as cycling through the display, measuring phase voltages with a DMM and checking on CanZEThis was early on in the install.
No don't have the havells board, but do have the matching CT clamps. I received a set of 3 which initially confused me but I see they are 3x60A, 3x125A and 3x200A,so presumably for different applications, I went for the 125A model.
I do have CanZE but didn't think to check it at the time
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Thank youAs well as cycling through the display, measuring phase voltages with a DMM and checking on CanZE
you might want to think about swopping out the 125A CT set for the 60A CT set in case you have a faulty CT.
But defintely measure the phase voltages first and check on CanZE that the car is charging OK before changing your metering/monitoring setup.
🤣🤣🤣I'm assuming this is all NEW kit purchased through a ligit distributor?
I have double checked that, but I can triple check it. Also I could put some effort into finding appropriately sized and coloured replacement. I think I was trying to finish upI noticed your wiring uses 3 brown wires for the phase voltages. Ideally you would use consistent colours for L1, L2, L3 for the main supply and the wiring to the monitor, ie brown, grey and black. Are you sure you have not mixed up your wiring?????
Thanks, none of the issues discussed in that are present here. No VFDs present, short line voltage sense wires, no line wires are the wrong direction, the CT holes are an appropriate size for the cross-section of wire being used. There are appropriate voltages on all 3 phases under load. I checked the meter's current register (picture included), also checked CanZE (screenshot included)Have a read of the following:- (from a very good quality 3 phase power meter).
Worst case is that there is a lot of DC (waveform distortion from the Zoe)
About 4 posts ago, it was suggested that the OP swop out the CTs for one of the others supplied in the original package ( the 60A ones). So that would probably be the next move.Something seriously awry with the CTs, as there's no way a Zoe is going to draw close to 50 A per phase.