I'm looking for a BMS for my LiFePO4 batteries which is compatible with Victron Multiplus-II, either over VE.Bus or CANBus.
So far I have only found the REC Active BMS, are there any others?
As far as I know, REC is the only one really. They have good support for Victron too.
Apparently the Batrium works, but I can't be certain. Besides the price of it is rather extortionate.
REC also have 'normal' (non active) BMS options, what configuration are you building? (4s, 8s, 16s, how many Ah)
As a proud owner of 22kWh LiFePO4 and REC-BMS I can confirm that this setup is 100% compatible with VenusOS.
So do i understand right that REC BMS is working out of the box?
wich one is the compatable?
- rec Q BMS 16s
-rec SI BMS 16s?
Hey, are there any news? I'm planning to upgrade to some lifepo4 batteries too. Also have a mppt100/20 which works like a charme on venus os on my pi. Would be glad to get some bms into my system showing me the real soc. Kind regards :)
Ta for the shunt info, the IVT-Series is the model you mean? This shunt then plugs directly in to the G1, and not the Cerbo?
And yep, I wouldn't want to pronounce 'sabellenhuette' - But so long as the can deliver to the UK. all is good.
Hi are there any updats to VE.Can BMS's
I saw in this post that it is possible to connect an Emus BMS G1 on a Victron Cerbo GX system. I am in this case.I would like to know what the procedure is.
I have performed the following tasks :
- updated my firmware with version 2.9.2 file: EmusBMS_m1284p_v2.9.2_Victron.img
- connected the G1 BMS Control Unit to the BMS-can output of my Victron Cerbo GX via the CAN and - CAN + and GND outputs
Is there anything else to do so that the EMUS G1 is seen by the system Victron Cerbo GX system ? Because I do not see it ... Maybe it's my cable? Do you have a plan of the cable that needs to be made ?
Thanks for your help
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