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Trying to decipher this GX webscreen shot

I am trying to understand everything this screen shot below is telling me. I think I know what it is

134w should be what my panels are putting out.

157w is what I am currently using thru the shunt that the BMV sees.

-22w are being pulled from the batteries to make up the difference between what the panels are producing and the 157w consumed by the coach?

62% is the SOC.

13.2v is the battery voltage.

-1.7A is the 22w @ 13.2v.

Yes, I cannot wait till I can replace my Magnum with a Multiplus to fill in the rest of the fields.

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Justin Cook - Bay Marine Supply USA answered ·

@bigbillsd, you're absolutely correct: 22w, or 1.7A, is what is coming out of your batteries in this particular screenshot.

Your 157w of loads are being offset by the 134w coming in from solar, so there's only the remaining deficiency of 22w still coming out of the batteries (technically the math comes up to 23w, not 22, but I can forgive a watt here or there).


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