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Looking for input - 4 to 20mA senders

Hello Community!

We’re considering to add a USB accessory to our GX product range, to add 0 to 10V, as well 4 to 20mA inputs.

But since all of us have very limited experience with 4 to 20mA tank senders, we're looking for some input:

  1. Is it always 4mA = tank empty, and 20mA is tank is full? Or do the empty and full levels need to be configurable in a software setting on the GX Device?
  2. And how important is it that the transducer can be powered by our device?
  3. Anything else we should keep in mind when designing a 4 to 20mA input? Good features you have seen else where?

Also, if you are using 4 to 20 mA senders, please post a link to a datasheet or specs below. And if you have an opinion on the sender, what you like/don't like, welcome to add that.

Lastly, most questions above are for 4 to 20mA, not for 0 to 10V - but if you have special comments about 0 to 10V, welcome as well - obviously. The product we have in mind will have inputs that can be used for both types.

Note, that this is quite early in the product development, I can’t say anything for now with regards to availability dates.

All the best and thank you! Matthijs

ps. just to prevent any question about this: we'll soon launch a new Venus OS version that can work with irregular tank shapes, as well as naming tanks and some more features: all those features will also available for the 0 to 10V and 4 to 20mA inputs. Details here.

mvader (Victron Energy) asked
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How to get USB Venus-data tar file to unpack

I asked this in the modifications space earlier this week I wonder if it can be answered.

Referring to implementation notes it says:

Also if venus-data.{tar.gz,tgz,zip} is found on removable storage (usb stick, sd-card) when booting, it will be unpacked into /data. Implementation details in this commit. Added per Venus v2.30~28.

However this is not working for me in Venus os 2.53.

I have traced through the init.d logic.

Execution of either of the scripts:

  1. /etc/rc5.d/
  1. or /etc/init.d/ 

Works fine and reports: "Updating /data with /media/sda1/venus-data.tar.gz"

And the contents are correctly installed on /data

But this is not happening when rebooting.

What am I doing wrong?

More diagnostic information is in my post in the modification space.

LaurenceH asked
LaurenceH answered ·

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Venus GX NMEA2000 MPPT

Hello, Can you give some info on MPPT solar data being transmitted to NMEA2000 through the Venus GX? Does it output the data or when will this be available if not?

Also keen on tank level and temperature output to NMEA2000 through the Venus GX.


Navin Devkurran

Garmin EMPIRBUS Product Support Specialist

GarminNZ asked
mvader (Victron Energy) answered ·

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How to use Ve.Bus Diagnostics to troubleshoot issues?

I have been experiencing a recurring error 17 problem with a parallel 3 phase
system of 6 X Multiplus ii 5000.

The Ve Bus diagnostics look useful for diagnosing comms problems and I have been trying to use them to check the Ve Bus
communication health and it gives the result in the attached photo.

There should be 6 inverters present, and there are only 5..... L2 Slave is missing. The numbers are also high.

How do I interpret this data?

I assumed from the data that L2 slave was perhaps not communicating reliably, so I exchanged that inverter for another, but there was no change in the data.

I note that there have been previous posts also asking for this information.

Any help would be appreciated. ( Even if it is to know that this data is as yet unreliable but watch this space!)


Ian Straker


Ian Straker asked

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Multiplus and his function states

Hi all,

I would like to know behavior of Multiplus unit 24/1600-40, when I'm going to change Multi's state by SW & Modbus ("On", "Inverter only" / "Charger only".

Presumption: There is another, smaller one, inverter connected to Multi's AC input, they both use the same battery. No grid code entered to Multi, UPS function of Multi is off, Venus GX or similar.

1. What is power consumption of Multi, when the Multi is switched by SW to "Charger only" state (power limit of Ac input is set to 0A = Multi works as pass-through device = no charging of battery, AC input feeds load)

2. Can I use Power Assist function for this setup (state "On")? Could it be harmful for smaller inverter when Multi will stop assistance due to small load? P.S.: I know about “Minimum shore current limit” of above mentioned Multi.

3. Is there any output power interrupt, when I'll do SW change of Multi's state in any possible way (Inverter only > Charger only, Charger only > Inverter only, On > Charger only, On > Inverter only, ...)

4. Is there necessary to set something else?

Thanks in advance for valuable feedback J


JiT asked
Daniël Boekel (Victron Energy Staff) commented ·

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Venus OS - iPhone USB modem not recognized as GSM modem

I am trying to use an iPhone as an USB modem/gps on pi 3+ with Venus os 2.42. iPhone USB modem is recognized and is working when connected to pc or Mac. When connected to pi iPhone charges via usb but is not recognized as gsm modem nor as gps device.

hanschristian asked
ejrossouw answered ·

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Venus GX 2.42 CAN Bus Connection - What can we see?

Hi, today I connected my Venus GX V2.42 to my NMEA2000 network by terminating an n2k cable to the CAN2 screw terminals and into the network backbone. I now have three devices vsible on the network from N2K Analyzer and also my Simrad MFD's.

Device 1 is Quattro - Shorepower data displaying AC Voltage, Freq, Current and Power etc
Device 2 is Quattro - Inverter data displaying AC Voltage, Freq, Current, Power & Battery V and I
Device 3 is the Venus GX - Displaying product data but not much else

I was hoping that I would also be able to access the following;

BVM7XX Battery Voltage, Current, SOC, Temp, Aux Voltage for each BVM on the system (I will have 2 or more)

Tank data / Digital Inputs

MPPT Controller Data (I have 2 on my system)

Lastly, my Quattro unit is Version 1.0 - does this need an update? I have experienced problems lately where the inverter output drops off for a period of time before coming back on. When disconnected from the Venus the unit seems to be stable.

Thanks for any assistance / advice you can provide.


Greg Ireland asked
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Venus GX -> NMEA2000 / Signal K

I have an EasySolar 24/1600 that I'm looking to tie into my vessels sensor / monitoring network.

From reading this article it looks like the recommended approach has been to bridge both the VE.Bus connection from the internal MultiPlus and VE.Direct from the MPPT direct to N2K. In the comments section though there was talk of a CCGX -> NMEA integration. Is this still something on the horizon?

I'm assuming it will apply to the Venus GX too? If so, that would be a much neater integration (VE.Bus and VE.Direct -> Venus GX -> NMEA) as well as providing a couple of additional sensor inputs.

On a slightly related note, has there been any consideration for providing a direct Signal K interface from the Venus / CCGX?

kim asked
mvader (Victron Energy) answered ·

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Venus OS driver for Fronius Smart Meter

Updated with latest results on 17-Apr-2020


At home, I have three roofs (east, south and west) with 9.9 kWp PV feeding into a Fronius Symo 8.2-3-M. The setup has Fronius Smart Meter 63A-3.
In a few days I am adding a Multiplus-II 48/5000/70-50 and 2x Pylontech US2000 (4.4 kWh net) LiFePO battery.


I am running Venus OS on a Raspberry 3B+. It nicely shows the power fed in by the Symo, with all details.

Venus is not showing any data from the Fronius Smart Meter.


I would like to have the data from the Fronius Smart Meter available on the Venus.

My idea is that I need a driver for Venus OS, which gets the data from the Smart Meter via the http API that Fronius provides and passes that information onto dbus - where hopefully Venus treats the data as if it came from a meter that it knows.

Steps Forward

I searched for a solution to my problem on the internet.I thought that I can not be the first to have this issue. But I found no direct solution.

There are several projects that might be a good start for getting to a solution:

  • from velib_python
    A simple service on the dbus.
  • dbus-cgwacs
    Reads energy measuremens from Carlo Gavazzi Wired AC Sensors (hence cgwacs), and puts it on the D-Bus.

Both projects look like a good start for programming my own solution.

Python script emulating the Victron Grid meter

Using from velib_python as a basis, I wrote this script:

#!/usr/bin/env python

Used as basis for this service.
Reading information from the Fronius Smart Meter via http REST API and puts the info on dbus.
import gobject
import platform
#import argparse
import logging
import sys
import os
import requests # for http GET

# our own packages
sys.path.insert(1, os.path.join(os.path.dirname(__file__), '../ext/velib_python'))
from vedbus import VeDbusService

class DbusDummyService:
  def __init__(self, servicename, deviceinstance, paths, productname='Fronius Smart Meter', connection='Fronius SM service'):
    self._dbusservice = VeDbusService(servicename)
    self._paths = paths

    logging.debug("%s /DeviceInstance = %d" % (servicename, deviceinstance))

    # Create the management objects, as specified in the ccgx dbus-api document
    self._dbusservice.add_path('/Mgmt/ProcessName', __file__)
    self._dbusservice.add_path('/Mgmt/ProcessVersion', 'Unkown version, and running on Python ' + platform.python_version())
    self._dbusservice.add_path('/Mgmt/Connection', connection)

    # Create the mandatory objects
    self._dbusservice.add_path('/DeviceInstance', deviceinstance)
    self._dbusservice.add_path('/ProductId', 16) # value used in ac_sensor_bridge.cpp of dbus-cgwacs
    self._dbusservice.add_path('/ProductName', productname)
    self._dbusservice.add_path('/FirmwareVersion', 0.1)
    self._dbusservice.add_path('/HardwareVersion', 0)
    self._dbusservice.add_path('/Connected', 1)

    for path, settings in self._paths.iteritems():
        path, settings['initial'], writeable=True, onchangecallback=self._handlechangedvalue)

    gobject.timeout_add(200, self._update) # pause 200ms before the next request

  def _update(self):
    URL = ""
    meter_r = requests.get(url = URL)
    meter_data = meter_r.json() 
    MeterConsumption = meter_data['Body']['Data']['PowerReal_P_Sum']
    self._dbusservice['/Ac/Power'] = MeterConsumption # positive: consumption, negative: feed into grid
    self._dbusservice['/Ac/L1/Voltage'] = meter_data['Body']['Data']['Voltage_AC_Phase_1']
    self._dbusservice['/Ac/L2/Voltage'] = meter_data['Body']['Data']['Voltage_AC_Phase_2']
    self._dbusservice['/Ac/L3/Voltage'] = meter_data['Body']['Data']['Voltage_AC_Phase_3']
    self._dbusservice['/Ac/L1/Current'] = meter_data['Body']['Data']['Current_AC_Phase_1']
    self._dbusservice['/Ac/L2/Current'] = meter_data['Body']['Data']['Current_AC_Phase_2']
    self._dbusservice['/Ac/L3/Current'] = meter_data['Body']['Data']['Current_AC_Phase_3']
    self._dbusservice['/Ac/L1/Power'] = meter_data['Body']['Data']['PowerReal_P_Phase_1']
    self._dbusservice['/Ac/L2/Power'] = meter_data['Body']['Data']['PowerReal_P_Phase_2']
    self._dbusservice['/Ac/L3/Power'] = meter_data['Body']['Data']['PowerReal_P_Phase_3']
    self._dbusservice['/Ac/Energy/Forward'] = meter_data['Body']['Data']['EnergyReal_WAC_Sum_Consumed']
    self._dbusservice['/Ac/Energy/Reverse'] = meter_data['Body']['Data']['EnergyReal_WAC_Sum_Produced']"House Consumption: %s" % (MeterConsumption))
    return True

  def _handlechangedvalue(self, path, value):
    logging.debug("someone else updated %s to %s" % (path, value))
    return True # accept the change

def main():

  from dbus.mainloop.glib import DBusGMainLoop
  # Have a mainloop, so we can send/receive asynchronous calls to and from dbus

  pvac_output = DbusDummyService(
      '/Ac/Power': {'initial': 0},
      '/Ac/L1/Voltage': {'initial': 0},
      '/Ac/L2/Voltage': {'initial': 0},
      '/Ac/L3/Voltage': {'initial': 0},
      '/Ac/L1/Current': {'initial': 0},
      '/Ac/L2/Current': {'initial': 0},
      '/Ac/L3/Current': {'initial': 0},
      '/Ac/L1/Power': {'initial': 0},
      '/Ac/L2/Power': {'initial': 0},
      '/Ac/L3/Power': {'initial': 0},
      '/Ac/Energy/Forward': {'initial': 0}, # energy bought from the grid
      '/Ac/Energy/Reverse': {'initial': 0}, # energy sold to the grid
    })'Connected to dbus, and switching over to gobject.MainLoop() (= event based)')
  mainloop = gobject.MainLoop()

if __name__ == "__main__":

The script registers itself on dbus as "com.victronenergy.grid" and publishes values as defined on Venus wiki - dbus - Grid meter .

Before I run the script, I have the following situation on the remote console, feeding 3.9 kW to the grid:


When I run the script, I see the following situation on the remote console, as if the AC Loads would consume 3.9 kW:


So, clearly, my script does something. But not what I wanted.

As the next step, I added three paths to the script: "/Ac/L1/Power", "/Ac/L2/Power" and "/Ac/L3/Power" and then it worked. So, the "/Ac/Power" was not enough for Venus to accept the data as valid- it needed power for all three phases separately.

Now the remote console shows:


Final thoughts

So, it is possible to use a Fronius Smart Meter and make Venus see it correctly.

I think this could be useful for other users as well, therefore it now can be found together with some documentation on GitHub: venus.dbus-fronius-smartmeter

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BYD LVL 15.4 - High Battery Voltage Warning


since 2 days i've connected new BYD LVL 15.4 (two units) to a single MP-II 48/5000 together with 2 MPPTs chargers. Installation and configuration went smootly, following the Victron provided docs. All components running the lastest SW and no connection problems exists. Since the initial full charge i saw Voltage Warnings from the BMU (and on the CCGX following) - the Battery voltage is displayed at 55.3V and thus slightly above the documented limit. I though that CCGX (venus) is dynamically controlling the DC voltage receiving the changing limits from the BMU ? Any other option to correct in order to avoid these warnings ?

best regards,


martghh asked
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vecan dBus services disappear if GUI isn't running

I noticed that vecan dBus services (using dbus-spy) disappear if I kill the GUI process. These services return once the GUI has restarted.

Specifically in my case:



I'm currently running Venus version 2.52

Is this normal/expected or a bug?

Kevin Windrem asked
Kevin Windrem answered ·

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Clear list of detected PV inverters in Venus OS, stop automatic scanning?

I had some issues setting up my PV inverter when my system was first installed, getting it to stay assigned to a static IP address. As such my Venus GX still remembers each IP address it was found on in the list of "Detected IP Addresses" under the PV Inverter tab. Is it possible to clear this list entirely and start from scratch?


Secondly, my Venus GX seems to like automatically scanning for PV inverters periodically, several times a day, every day it would seem. During this time, the PV inverter that was already added becomes unavailable, and the data stops being sent to the console. Is there a way to disable automatic scanning?


ee21 asked
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Tank setup error on venus firmware 2.40


Firmware 2.40 makes it impossible to change tank capacity. When change from the default value 200l, it jums back to 200l instead of the value have set.

Rune Eilertsen asked
mvader (Victron Energy) answered ·

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Alternator w/ WS500 and Victron Venus or Cerbo

I love the Victron Venus system and would love to upgrade to the Cerbo (if i can every get my hands on one). I'm currently in the process of upgrading our alternator on our yacht. For this we will use a WS500 regulator which has the ability to get data from the victron BMV shunt in order to control voltage and Amperage coming from the alternator.

My question: is there anyway to see only alternator output through a venus or cerbo device? I know that the WS500 has a CAN bus but i would be unsure how these two devices would communicate or if there would be any way to display that information. It would be very helpful to understand what all the charging systems are doing (solar, wind, alternators, etc) on a single screen.

I do believe the answer is, no, there is no way to do this but i figure i would ask before i close the door to the idea.

polarseal asked
Paul B answered ·

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Set AC-In to "Phoenix" or "Inverter" in Venus OS


normally my loads are small so I chose a medium size Multiplus due to the lower standby consumption. This is also the reason I don't want to use a bigger unit or parallel setup because this would give me a much more higher daily consumption.

Anyway there are a few high loads I hardly use. For these loads I want to put a Phoenix 3000 at the AC-in of the Multi so I can run the small unit 24/7 and the bigger one only when I need it. Doing this I still can use the same circuits.

Technically this is not a problem, I think. But what about the Venus device. I can only set "grid" or "generator" as far as I know but not "inverter". This would give me a muddled VRM as the energy comes from the battery. Can this probably somehow be added in future versions of the OS? Or isn't it possible at all.

Can both, a Phoenix AND a Multiplus even have a VE.Bus connetion to a Venus or is this only possible with VE.Can?



Porcini asked
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Multiplus 12/3000/120 no Connection to Venus and VictronConnect


My Multiplus loose the Connection to the Venus and now its not more posible to find it in the Victron Connect App.
I have an 12/3000/120 and I use an RPI with Venus Image and it still works fine, till last Week.
It was not posible to see him on the Venus and I tried to connect him with my PC and Samsung Tablet to the Connect APP.
Normaly it works fine with the MK3 but now it do not work.
With VEConfigure3 it still works fine.
Can somebody help me please?
Sorry for my bad English.

Rene asked
Rene commented ·

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Color Control GX: How to find old versions of Venus OS firmware

Can anyone share the download link for Venus OS 2.18 firmware? I need to downgrade from 2.33, but it cannot be done from CCGX as I dont have any backup firmware in storage on the device.

djgagy asked
Guy Stewart (Victron Community Manager) answered ·

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Venus GX - GPS Speed Units


I have changed the units used for GPS speed to mph from m/s using Remote Console. It still shows as m/s when viewing from the VRM dashboard and the ModbusTCP states that the units are m/s in the spreadsheet. Does this unit change not transmit through to VRM and ModbusTCP?

Rob Howdle asked
Rob Howdle answered ·

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CANVU doesn't see USB GPS


I have tried three different usb GPS devices and none of them is identified.

The root of the problem that there is no tty device created.

Did anyone manage to connect any GPS that works under canvu?

I have tested these:

P: Vendor=1546 ProdID=01a8 Rev=03.01

P: Vendor=1546 ProdID=01a7 Rev=01.00

eliott asked

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Equivalent AC (PV) Inverter support on SMA as on Fronius systems


given the sunspec (modbus) support the current 3p SMAs have, could i expect an equivalent set of features and integration options as Fronius systems have already in the past ?

martghh asked
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Venus OS showing DC power as negative while inverting

I recently put together a new system and as I've been testing and monitoring things, everything is working great but when I look at things in the Remote Console, the dc power seems to suggest its charging the batteries while inverting. I have tested dc connections and Im seeing a consistent 13.2 volts coming from the 24/12 converter, and all 12 volt motors and appliances are working great.

From the Remote Console, the animation seems to suggest that power is flowing from the DC Power into the battery and the values coming from DC are negative. I've attached an image with an example of what I'm seeing.


At the time of this screen shot, the system was disconnected from any power source except the batteries. There was originally a converter/charger but is unplugged from AC power.

I found this question and have read that the DC power is an approximation but I'm wondering if there is something that I am missing in my configuration that would help this number at least show as positive when inverting.

Ben Boger asked
Michael Riley answered ·

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Help with strange Color Controller behaviour with MP2 and SMA

Hi, I have the following configuration:

  • Victron MP2 5000 / 70amp charger
  • SMA 5000TL-21 solar inverter on AC-Out#1
  • Pylontech US3000 batteries
  • Color Controller

If I have to turn the SMA inverter off and then turn it back on later, the CC display looks like this (still) after 15 minutes from turning on the SMA Inverter:


You can see that the Solar inverter is working because it is exporting, however:

  • SMA inverter is not shown,
  • AC Loads are not registering (=0) despite being around 600W.

The SMA is remembered:


But does not appear on the device list:


This has happened a few times and it often takes hours before the display corrects itself.

I was running FW 2.51 on the CC but saw that 2.52 was available, so I installed that, but alas, still the same problem.

The CC and SMA are both on the same subnet and I can confirm that the SMA has obtained its IP address which is fixed by DHCP settings. I can confirm this by the SMA front panel.

Is this a known issue?

thanks for your assistance,


rrroonn asked
rrroonn answered ·

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3 phase CHP for charge & Quattro 48/10000 single phase in a single off-grid config


in order to integrate a new CHP machine/generator (2kw on the electrical side) i need a 3 phase on that side to charge BYD lvl batteries - for that i would like to deploy a small 3 phase 'sub-grid' just with the CHP generator connected on the AC side based on 3 x MultiPlus 48/800. On the 'consumer' side i thought about a single phase Quattro 48/10000 box. In addition a few MPPTs charging the batteries from the PV side. That raised the question if a a venus system (i.e. Cerbo) can manage all of that in a consistent way ?

best regards,


martghh asked

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Venus Os multiplus ON /OFF control not working

Hi All

Just a quick question, I have an older multiplus 3000/12/100 with the 19 series micro. I have it hooked up to a raspberry pi and it sees everything and was so easy to setup.

My question is I was under the impression that the multiplus can be switched on and off by the venusOS interface... Am I wrong? Do I have to run a separate switch if the inverter is hidden.



5teve asked
5teve answered ·

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Generator Stop after Grid is available


Two Quattros - setup in SplitPhase

ACin1 has a generator

ACin2 has the grid

Four MPPT Solar controllers with a total of 56 panels

Large Battery managed by internal BMS that communicates with Venus.

Venus configures:

ESS Configured

Generator Start when SOC is at 45%

Generator Stop when SOC is at 90%

Should buy from grid if it SOC falls under 50%,

Should charge Battery with solar

The problem: during the night time if the system gets to under SOC 45% because of grid failure, the system turns on the generator, if a few minutes later grid is available, it does not shutoff the generator. In my case an hour later I had plenty of sun to charge the battery. I have not been able to tell the system to prefer the use of grid over generator.

Is there a way to fix this?


Carlo asked
Alexandra answered ·

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Can not integrate Venus GS with local LAN

I have a question. I tried to put Venus in the LAN and wireless router with DHCP.
I can see that LAN sees Venus, and assign IP address and proper MAC address.


1. Network does not show any traffic from/to Venus device
2. When I try to use moble app, it can not find any devices
3. When I try to ping Venus device by using DHCP assigned IP address it times out.
4. When I try to access Venus via ssh it times out.

All these issues do not exists when I connect via Venus WiFi, however I can not go to the internet though Venus WiFi. Any attempts to reset router did not work. After short press of the reset button the green led still blinking slow, and nothing changed, i can even see the Venus WiFi network, which according to the documentation should blink fast.

I, even, can not upgrade firmware, because I can connect to the internet.

Any thoughts/suggestions?

Best Regards


greg asked
TTbb answered ·

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Venus OS MFD integration on Simrad makes the plotter unresponsive

I'm running the Venus OS v2.30~43 on my Venus GX connected to my local lan on my boat, I have one Simrad NSS12 Evo 2 and one Simrad NSS7 Evo 3 conntected to the same lan.

The Victron icon is displayed on both plotters and I can access the Victron UI.

But the Victron icon "flickers" a bit on both plotters like every 10:s second, like it re-connect to the Venus, the Venus integration also makes the plotters a bit unresponsive when navigating on the home page and in settings page, sometimes I press an icon on homepage and the sound of pressing the screen is sounded but nothing happens, I then press again and the plotter loads the selected feature.

If I disconnect the Venus from my lan and when the Victron icon disappear from the plotters home page, the plotters works as expected and are much more responsive when navigating in menus, settings etc.

kljung asked
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EasySolar 48/5000 minimum AC input current?

Hi. I'm planning to build tiny house on trailer with solar panels and second hand Nissan Leaf battery modules in 14s14p configuration. EasySolar 48/5000/70-100 MPPT150/100 seems like a great all-in-one solution along with REC BMS.

EasySolar product page or the Victron hosted PDF-files don't specify how low the AC input current can be set. After some searching I'm now aware that the minimum AC input limit varies between different inverter/chargers but the exact information is hidden behind some kind of Victron professional/installer website. Maybe someone here could help me figure out what the minimum AC input current limit is on EasySolar 48/5000/70-100 MPPT150/100.

Also, how big of an undertaking it is to access the backside of Color Control GX in the already assembled EasySolar housing for hooking up the BMS?

Best regards,


pertussis asked
WKirby answered ·

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EEBus Support

I recently bought a new washing machine and the user manual indicated the possibility of a remote start using an energy manager that supports the EEBus protocol.

If you google the name of the protocol, you will also find information from a competitor of Victron Energy who already supports EEBus. But neither in this forum nor with Google could I find any information related to Victron Energy and EEBus. So I wonder if I'm actually the first to be interested in it. Or are there already any plans to support the EEBus protocol in Victron Energy products?


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