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BAVARIA AC distributor including inverter input
Operating voltage
230 V
Bavaria Part-No.

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BAVARIA AC distributor including inverter input 230 V.

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User image of Jacob O.
Jacob O. asked
on May 23, 2021
Flag of English I cannot find the grey plugs for the 230V AC distributor panel
User image of W P.
W P. answered
on May 25, 2021
Please understand that we can only answer your question in general, as we are not the BAVARIA service but only carry out the BAVARIA spare parts logistics. The most frequently used AC connectors at BAVARIA are #19997#, #22381# and #22387#. Please check if one of them is the desired connector.
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Andreas T. asked
on Aug 24, 2022
Flag of English Hi, is there any techninal manuall for this Inverter panel?
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W P. answered
on Aug 25, 2022
Sorry Andreas, we are only responsible for logistics. But we asked BAVARIA for instructions for you and received the answer that BAVARIA does not publish this and that you should contact a BAVARIA service if necessary. ///\\\ Caution, if you want to work on your yachts 230 V AC distribution, you should have relevant electrical know-how and experience. Through ignorance or improper installation, you risk serious damage to property, e.g. by fire. In the worst case, you endanger your own life and the lives of the users of the electrical installation. If you are unsure, then you should definitely contact a qualified electrician! Best regards - Wolfgang