Good morning Victron Community,
I've noticed the addition in DVCC the ability to limit the managed battery charge voltage to a value of your liking. The way I understand it is the ability to override the BMS CAN CVL (charge voltage limit) value from the battery and to charge at the selected voltage specified in DVCC.
For this particular site we are using 2x Revov R100 batteries which are set up with CAN comms between the battery pack and Multiplus-II 5kVA. The battery's parameters are set up to charge at a CVL value of 55.5V as seen below
however as a test I've lowered it to 54V in DVCC (and KEEP BATTERIES CHARGED) BUT I see that although it is trying to be close to 54V charging it still goes above that at 54.51V and triggers a High Voltage alarm on VRM (see below):
VEConfig file is also set up to charge at 54V for both absorption and float for this test (just noting as extra information).
Question for this post: Any ideas why this 54V limit is not holding?
Although the end result doesn't affect the batteries (safe voltages) the alarms in VRM are the problems.