@Redge your question is a little confusing. It is a DC-coupled system so all the power generated from the solar array will pass through the MPPT, so it doesn’t matter if you are using any energy in the house.
Hi Svarky, thank you for the answer. I made a mistake it is 24V not 12V.The inverter is Synapse 3V+.
I don’t know the exact type of MPPT, but the specs say max 1000Watt.
Would I damage the MPPT if I connect 1365 watt panels? That would be 3 x 455Watt in paralell.
In winter that woul sometimes give less than 1000watt but in summer it would be more.
Thank you Svarky, very helpfull, I will rather stick to my 2 x 455watt panels. I do wonder though, If I would have put on 2x495watt panels and the conditions are absolutely perfect, they would probably give a bit more than 1000Watts, if that would have worked.
Appreciate your answer
Yes, you can connect multiple MPPT solar charge controllers to the same battery. The second charger needs to have the same charge voltage settings. Although, since they will be different brands, it’s better to have the second MPPT charge controller voltage slightly lower (less by 1V) so that they don’t conflict. (It will just go into float voltage first)