I have 4x 100Ah AGM batteries as service batteries in my boat, in a 12v system, There are however 3 different charging inputs. No. 1 Via the engine (80Amp engine alternator to a Victron 100-3 Battery Isolator to the service batteries main switch to the service batteries). No. 2 Via a Victron IP22 12v 30/3 battery charger. No. 3 a 100W Victron solar panel with a Victron MPPT 75/15 solar charge regulator. In normal circumstances, all 3 charge inputs would not be on together, but usually it would be a combination of No. 1 and No.3 or a combination of No. 2 and No. 3 and at night just No. 2 when connected to 220v shore power.
One conclusion that could be drawn is: I like Victron products!
But, I find it very difficult to determine all the setting for the BMV700 as well as the MPPT solar monitor in regards to charge voltage, absorption and float voltage and some I don´t understand at all, i.e: bulk and absorption time limits (MPPT monitor values) and is the MPPT monitor maximum current, the same as that of the BMV700? I find the Victron manuals very limited in that respect, hence I revert to this forum