If I understand you correctly the wind generator has its positive wire attached to the positive terminals of the house batteries. Is that correct?
- - And the wind generator (and solar
if you have it) negative wire should NOT be connected to the negative terminal of the house batteries.
- - This is important. If the negative terminals of the the 3 house batteries are connected together - then one and only one negative battery cable should be run between the house battery bank and the shunt as shown in the diagram.
- - No other negative wires or cables
should be connected to the batteries negative terminal. All other negative wires and cables should be connected to the "other side" of the shunt (on the diagram labeled as Battery Negative / System Ground).
- - Again, there should be only one cable/wire between the house battery negative terminals and the shunt (shown on the diagram as the single
black line connecting the "main" battery to the shunt).
- - As far as repositioning the wind generator negative, other posts explained that but the only controlling requirement is to be sure that the wind generator is turned "off" if you have a switch for it. If not either do the re-wiring when there is no wind or tie down the blades so they cannot rotate if there is wind.
- - The battery charger is not a factor at all in the Link Pro system so long as its "negative" 12VDC wire is connected to the house negative bus and not to the actual battery negative terminals. Remember, nothing can be connected to the house battery negative terminals except the single
wire to the shunt.