Main Switch, 3 Pole, 80A, Motor rating is M150 (Amps), Panel Mount, Back Wiring

Black | Main Switch, 3 Pole, 80A, Motor rating is M150 (Amps), Panel Mount, Back Wiring

Main Switch, 3 Pole, 80A, Motor rating is M150 (Amps), Panel Mount, Back Wiring

Item Number: PT80-BK



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Product brand



Switch function


Number of poles


Mounting support


Local signalling


Rated current

80 A


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EU RoHS Directive

Under investigation

Environmental Disclosure


Device presentation

basic element


Unit Type of Package 1


Number of Units in Package 1


Package 1 Weight

190.0 g

Package 1 Height

4.8 cm

Package 1 width

5.3 cm

Package 1 Length

7 cm
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Frequently Asked Questions

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What is the purpose of the lexan barrier on the MPPT80-600?

Lexan Barrier on the MPPT80-600

The Lexan Barrier can be moved around to allow for convenient wiring space for the battery and PV cables



Video: Enabling Sell Mode on the Xantrex XW Hybrid Solar Inverter/Charger

1) Enable Grid support in XW basic setup menu
2) Set Grid Support Voltage to 64V (32V for XW4024) and enable SELL in XW Advanced - Grid Support menu (only if firmware on the XW inverter/charger is 1.07)
3) Verify XW CHARGE CYCLE is '2Stg/NoFloat' in XW Advanced - Charger Settings - Charge Cycle (factory default setting)
4) On MPPT set CHARGE CYCLE to '3 stage' in MPPT Advanced - Charger Settings - Charge Cycle 
5) It is also recommended that the system has a minimum battery capacity of 200Ah. An additional 100Ah for every 1kW of solar power is preferable.

What is the XW Equalization Period?

XW Equalization Period
Equalization period is limited to 1 hour.
The following lists the devices that comply with this parameter
Conext XW Hybrid Inverter/Charger
Conext XW MPPT60-150
Conext XW MPPT80-600

NOTE:If specific gravity does not indicate cells are equal after 1 hour, then additional equalization cycles must be initialized.
Warning:Excessive equalization can cause loss of fluid and damage to the batteries. Equalization should not be performed while unattended.

What’s the difference between an RCD and safety switch and do I need one?

Essentially, nothing. ‘Safety switch’ is often a common name for an RCD, which stands for ‘residual current device’. It monitors the electrical currents in your home and if there is a fault or compromised circuit – whether it be from an appliance, wire or switch – it quickly disconnects the power.

We highly recommend speaking with your electrician about ways that you ensure your home is electrically safe.