I have a new 30A Promariner Galvanic Isolator
to install. The spec sheet says it should be installed in a dry and ventilated location. The whole unit looks like a big heat sink. Does it get hot during normal operation? Or only when there is an AC ground fault? I'd prefer to install it in the space behind my electrical
panel. The space is not completely closed off, but it would certainly be nuzzled in with some wiring
. The AC system is protected with ELCI. And I image if an AC ground fault did occur, it would trip the ELCI and the galvanic isolator
wouldn't ever get hot (unless it does get hot during normal operation).