I recently installed a pair of Orion-tr smart dc-dc chargers to charge my lithium bank and they were operational during my first test run. (They weren't quite as powerful as I expected, but were working).
Because the RV is primarily parked (at this time of year), I often connect a NOCO Genius 12V charger to keep the vehicle batteries from going dead.
Between the install / first test and a drive today, the 12V charger was connected for a couple weeks.
I did not isolate (breakers) the Orions during this time and wonder if there is any way that the starter battery charger could have killed the Orions? I would have expected that they would either accept the charge or reject it, but not that they could be damaged.
They are completely unresponsive. No changing. No blue tooth. No visibility on the app.
Does anyone have any advice on what the issue is and / or if there is a way to reset them?