I have been working on a couple of project involving MG batteries with BMS, Quattro and CCGX controller. I have read the DVCC section of the CCGX manual and if it greatly help understand the basis of DVCC some details are left out and I need to reassure our customers.
Some system also includes Blue Solar Ve.Can controller(150/85), Skylla and /or Skylla-i
System are set per recommended settings in the DVCC section of the manual.
The Manual mentions that when DVCC is ON the Ve.Bus device and MPPT system are "controlled by the BMS". and they follow the CVL, CCL and DCL sent by the BMS.
Q1) The BMS does not send the data to the device directly since they are not on the same network. The CCGX appear to be redirecting the references. Are each device directly controlling the charge voltage based on the CVL or is the CCGX adjusting the Current limit to each device to meet the CVL?
Q2) In a case of the BMS controlled system, is there a need to set Absorbtion/Float voltage or are those numbers ignored by the Device?
The Solar charger strictly indicate external control and if the BMS communication is lost they seem to Stop charging. So it seems that the setting are ignored. Are they?
The Case of the VeBus device is not that obvious. External control state does not exist. It seems that the LED are either Bulk when some charging is happening and Absorbtion when the charging stops or oscillates. Never seems to get to float which is disconcerting for some of our client.
Is this the intended behavior?
Is the absorption voltages set in the charger profile totally ignored or used as "Limits"?
Should the BMS communication stop how will the system react? Will the Quattro stop charging or inverting?