# Connecting Grid Tie Inverter to Solar charge controller

I've got simple solar panel - PWM charge controller with 10A max load output - 12V battery setup. I've ordered MPTT 600WATT grid tie inverter.

My question is - if I connect higher load than 10A to the charge controller (inverter), will it limit load output to 10Amps, or will it fry the controller? Can these two be connected into one system, or do I have to switch between controller on the battery and inverter on the battery? I'm just testing out the solar energy production for now, so I have quite weak panel at the moment (will buy more of them and connect them in parallel in the future)

The PV source has a PMT impedance of $$\Vpmt/Ipmt = Zpmt\$$. The job of the PMT controller to track this rising impedance as solarity declines. Vpmt~82% Voc at the full sun then drops to ~70%Voc which as current reduces Zpmt rises. MPT occurs when the PV impedances are matched at the interface.