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RS Inverter and DVCC

Does the RS Inverter 48/6000 support DVCC ?

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Alexandra answered ·

@pvittali

DVCC is a GX device setting. It cannot be set on a RS Inverter directly.

It is not really needed as there is only one charge source and the mppt is 80amps. So on a correctly sized battery bank you would never be able to over amp during charging in anycase.

If you have more mppts in the system, then it is advisable to use a GX.


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Hi, thanks for your answer. In fact I have one more device (MPPT 150/35) and a CerboGX. On the CerboGX , I have activated DVCC and limited the total charge current to match the batteries. I left all other options off. What I am not sure is, if the DVCC setting on the CerboGX is honoured by the RS Inverter.

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If you have programmed the correct voltages onto the RS and the mppt, there also should not be a problem.

80A and 35A of charging shiuld still be within the bank capabilities. And with the correct voltages programmed will charge correctly.

Especially if the batteries are communicating with the system.


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