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AC Input Current Limiting with Color Control GX CCGX disabled?

I have a Quattro 48/5000, a Bluesolar MPPT, and a Batrium BMS hooked into the Color Control and when I go to select the limit for AC input current, it is greyed out and says the following:

"This setting is disabled. Possible reasons are "Overruled by remote" is not enabled, or and assistant is preventing the adjustment. Please, check the inverter configuration with VEConfigure"

How do I change the "Overruled by remote" setting? It sounds like I might need to buy the adaptor to connect my computer to the CCGX so I can run VEConfigure on the Quattro and enable "Overruled by remote" on the Quattro.

Am I right with this thinking or is there some other (better) way of doing this?


Thanks!



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chromeyellow answered ·

Excellent, though it looks like I'll need to buy the WIFI adaptor to connect the color control to the available wifi network so that I can connect to it, is that correct?

Thanks for the quick reply!

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Yes, an Ethernet port is included if you can run a cable, but the USB wifi adaptor is required if you can't run an ethernet cable to the CCGX.


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Guy Stewart (Victron Community Manager) answered ·

Hi @chromeyellow,

It is possible to check the Overruled by remote setting in VEConfigure without needing to buy an additional adaptor, using the Remote VEConfigure feature of the CCGX and VRM.

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