In the same discussion Victron added that this phenomina has been discussed while preparing the IP65 design.
Old harbours may be fused at 6A or 10A rather than 16A. The shore fuse may not be accessable after it trips (a reset will do, if accessable).
1:-is the IP65 12/25A model year 2021 adapted in a way to limit the inrush current to 5A or such that a 6A fuse will not trip?
2:-to which save fuse size have the IP65 improvements result in: are 6A and 10A tested?
3:-if not, is Victron willing to test this (or these) charger(s) in order to document needed fuse level and inrush limiter recommendation?
4:-is there a Victron approved hardware interface or schematic with component list available for save use at 6A fuses (a 5A inrush limiter)?
5:-neither manuals are prescribing an “aansluitwaarde” (current supply level) and do not warn for low level harbour fuses. The charger will only take 1.5A average so this inrush is very unexpected. Will you update the manual or supply an addendum on the product tab of the website?
We have a seagoing trailer sailer located in the Netherlands and are planning sailing from remote locations next year, where neither 16A nor 24/7 harbour master may be obvious. The IP65 12/25 is the main charging source for the lfp battery.
Please add the question numbers as a reference to your answers. Thank you.
I have the Venus Pi, Smart Shunt 500 and the Smartsolar MPPT 100/30. All updated to the latest firmware and connected with the Ve. Connect USB cable.
When I plugged the solar into the Venus I could see it. Later on it has disappered. I think it happened after reBoot or firmware update. The MPPT has not the solarpanels connected yet, but is connected in the battery side.
The Smart Shunt is working correct
Hi, I just switched on my installation of 2 Multiplus 3000s and a Venus GX and am now looking at scheduling power draw from the grid. I'm in the US and have a grid tied SMA inverter in parallel with the Multiplus. Since I can't set a grid code here I can't use ESS.
I'm able to handle turning on and off AC input with modbus but couldn't find a way to disable charging without using one of the relays which I'd prefer to avoid just to keep wiring nicer. It looks like there's no way to disable charging or set the DVCC limit to 0 over modbus without ESS, is that correct? Any workarounds?
how do I completely close this #@$^ victron account ?
Hi, I have two new 150/70-Tr Ve.Can MPPT charge controllers... They have Can bus and Ve direct ports, can I make one the master connected to a CCGX color control through the Ve Direct port, and then connect that one to the second MPPT through the can bus port...? I will be using Pylontech US3000 batteries... Or do I need to connect them both through their Ve Direct ports..? Thanks for any help....
Today I've spent pretty well all the hours of daylight, and then some tonight, on trying to penetrate the thick defences of my Multiplus 170/50. All I want to do is tick the box to allow more tolerant generator standards, and untick the UPS button, so I can get my generator to charge.
I've tried the MK2 USB dongle with both Windows and Mac computers. I've tried to connect through bluetooth. I've finally managed to send into the nearest city for a long ethernet cable in order to connect to our internet router.
I've successfully installed VRM Portal, and though it is nice to see everything as seen on the colour control mirrored on my laptop, I STILL can't see how to get into the generator settings.
I've worked fairly intensively with computers since 1990, both Windows and Mac, and yet the installing of the USB drivers for the dongle cost me 4 hours, despite following all the instructional videos and reading forums.
Is there anything else anyone can suggest to get me in to where I need to go?
My sailboat currently has 4 batteries in 2 banks of type 27 batteries. The system is running 12v. The boat has a battery switch "1 both 2 and off". It currently doesn't have a separate starter battery, but I want to install one of the type27 batteries as the starter battery.
I have a new running mttp 100/50 and two 330w panels charging 3 parallel 4D AGM batteries that are mounted and charging, but not connected to the system that will be my house batteries.
I'm looking for a schematic that I can use to properly install the system. New battery switches and isolator with a battery monitor.
Is there a schematic available to follow?
I am trying to use a Venus device along with a Carlo Gavazzi CT meter to measure individual 3 phase import and export and am getting odd readings.
I cannot wire the carlo gavazzi into each phase because there is not space to do so.. so I have just bridged one phase across all three for the referenc voltage on the carlo gavazzi - I think this may be throwing the readings out (e.g. one phase always seems to read the opposite direction). Is this becasue it isnt seeing the 400V Line to Line boltage? I thought it might work like this in any case - but Im not sure exactly how the meter and Venus measure and display the values.
If this is the reason - is there any way to get around this without wiring into each individual phase?
Any idea smore than welcome!
can i use a 200w flexi solar panel with my 75/15 charge controller,my present system is using a 100w with 4.0mm cable.i was hoping to buy a 200w and just change it over