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Victron Superpack 200 ah

Recently I had installed 3 x 200ah superpack lithium in parallel (series not allowed). In this case max amp draw will be 210amp max continues. ( all cables same length)

In this setup there is a 220Amp Victron battery protect on the main.

I'm wandering about the use of the battery protect, when I consider adding 1 more 200ah to upgrade the max continues draw to 280amps. This battery protect will limit the system.

Does the Powerpack need a battery protect? Since it has an integrated BMS.







Battery ProtectSuperPack
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Tom answered ·

I have (3) 200Ah SuperPacks with a BatteryProtect 220 installed on my DC current side since I have a 3K Multiplus on my AC side. (I posted a separate question around BMV-712 status of charge.)

It might overkill but I have a frig and computer fans running all the time moving air around to/from my cabinets and garage area under our bed so I didnt want to risk draining the batteries.


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