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Hi Boris,

Yes, of course this possible! Am I right that you refer to the planning in the 3D environment? If so, just select the modules you want to connect (by using the left mouse button and holding the Ctrl key), right click on your selection and choose "Add to 'Define Module Areas' Dialog". Then you can go to the dialog "Define Module Areas" by clicking the third button at the top left. In the dailog you will see your selected modules with the option to connect them to an inverter. If you want to define other module areas first, e.g. for connecting two module areas to one inverter, just close the dialog, define another module area in the same way as before, and re-open the dailog. Then you'll have the two areas available to connect them.

I hope I could answer your question. If not, please dont hesitate to ask.

Best wishes and kind regards,


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