I have recently had an EATON Power-Sure 800 installed in my house after an incident involving some line fuses. The conditioner came in and was installed via my electrician who is a registered EATON installer. This would under normal circumstances be fine, BUT the conditioner uses, from what I can tell, passive power factor correction. This has been causing "Line Sync Fault" to appear repeatedly on the VDS accompanied by a red charging ring.
I am having my electrician call EATON out and scope the line, but it looks as if the conditioner is modifying the waveform of the AC sine wave. Bottom Line: If using a power conditioner, get one with ACTIVE power correction and waveform correction.
A picture of how hilariously big this thing is right in front of the HPC.
Yes, those are 1.25" conduits coming into and out of this beast.
I am currently working with TM and the electrician to find out why this is causing issues. In the current state I am charging using my UMC, not that it makes much difference. (because of the line spikes that come from our utility or a cogen plant near by.)