Uh oh! Has your Orion inverter stopped working? Is it displaying ‘DC INJ High’ fault? Read on.
What is a DC INJ High fault?
If your Orion inverter is telling you it has a DC INJ High fault, it’s possible that DC voltage is travelling through your inverter outside of tolerance limits. To prevent damage from occurring, your inverter will shut down.
The best way to confirm whether this is what’s happening is to have an experienced solar technician come and inspect your system. Book a system health check with Solargain to confirm the nature of the fault.
In the case of an Orion inverter experiencing a DC INJ High fault, if we’re unable to repair it, it’s likely you’ll need to replace your inverter.
Is a DC INJ High fault covered by warranty or under my household insurance?
Unfortunately, this type of fault isn’t covered by insurance, and since your Orion inverter is likely to be more than 12 months old, it is no longer covered by warranty. That said, if you need to replace your Orion inverter, we can recommend the most cost-effective replacement for your household.
How do you resolve an Orion inverter DC INJ High fault?
Call Solargain and book your system in for a health check. We’ll get to the root of the problem and fix it if possible. If your inverter needs replacing, we carry replacement stock with us, so we can swap the faulty inverter over for a new one, all on the same visit. Suitable replacements for faulty Orion units are Growatt, Zeverlution and Fronius Galvo 2 inverters.
If you need help resolving your Orion inverter’s DC INJ High fault, please call Solargain on 1300 73 93 55 or complete this online form to book your inverter health check today.