Can someone describe the zero sequence impedance of an inverter? I've heard it described as a delta winding in a transformer, so it is just an open circuit. So if I have a generator or photovoltaic array behind it, it doesn't matter since the open circuit is there for the inverter.
Can someone validate this assumption. Thanks.
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