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Pylontech UP3000 & BMV settings

Just setting up the BMV 702 for use with the Pylontech UP3000

Are these settings ok?

1 Capacity: 518AH (7 units @ 74AH)

2 Charged Voltage: - 52.2V (0.2V under charged levels of VDCC capped voltage of 52.4V)

3 Tail: 0.4

4 Time: 3min

5 Peukets: 1.1

6 Efficiency: 95%

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mvader (Victron Energy) answered ·

Hi, I recommend to not have a BMV added to a Pylon.


the Pylon already has state of charge, and it will work better than the BMV.


having a second SOC monitor mostly adds confusion: “why are the percentages different?!”.


all the best, Matthijs

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ok thanks Matthijs.

The CCGX SOC% will be taken from the BMS automatically? or do i need to set it manually? i seem to remember a setting in the CCGX somewhere that specified what to use for SOC.

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if the BMV is left connected will it affect operations?

Hi, If you have both, you’ll have to choose one manually. If you’d have inly the Pylon, the default setting “auto” will work for you. I dont think having the bmv poses issues, however: we dont test nor design for such combination.