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Temperature compensation and output of remote monitoring.

Having trouble interpreting the output of VictronConnect


  • Smart SCC 150/100
  • Smart Battery Sense networked with SCC
  • Quattro 5K/48
  • Color Control GX
  • 48V Trojan battery bank, 58.8V absorption

Remote monitoring via VRM, VictronConnect on PC.

Trojan says -5mV/°C/cell

24 cells

24*5 = -120mV/°C

I can directly see the Smart Sense when local and able to access it on bluetooth. I do not see that I have a way to access it directly via VRM.

I entered -120mV/°C in temperature while it was at the uncompensated absorption level. Voltage immediately increased about 1V as expected based on 34°C, and it didn't seem to be adjusting current to lower it. Shocked me a bit, so I flipped the sign and immediately saw a lower voltage. Head melted, and I just turned it off.


  1. Does temperature compensation adjust the measured voltage and make it read higher for °C above 25°C?
  2. If #1 yes, had I been patient and given the SCC more time, would I have seen the current reduce and the voltage settle to the absorption voltage?
  3. When I connect to the SCC, is the temperature reported in the app/PC VictronConnect (PC version shown below) from the networked smart sense or the SCC internal temp?
  4. If not the smart sense, is there a way I can see the smart sense via VRM?



snoobler asked
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Temperature compensation on EasySolar with CCGX

Hi all,

I have installed EasySolar 48/3000/35-50 and I wonder can my system use battery temperature information from MultiPlus battery sensor for battery temperature compensation on it's MPPT 150/70 if I enable DVCC function on CCGX?

Thanks for your help.

Antonio della Fiacca asked
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Temp Compensation Trojan T105

I have 2 Trojan T105 6v connected for 12v. BlueSolar MPPT 75/15. The controller was automatically set at -29.5mV/F. I live in Phoenix, AZ where temps are often 100+F. However, this is for a Travel Trailer, which will be used in much cooler temps 30-80F.

I am was concerned about my charger not reaching the float voltage. I think it's related to the Temp Comp. I'm wondering if this is what's going on. Charger is currently on Float @ 13.2v. Float is set at 13.5v. I live in AZ, current temps are 95-100F. Temp comp is set at -29.5mV/F. My Absorption is set at 14.83v. My history shows a max of 14.58v for the last 3 days. There has been a day that was 13, and another that was 14.83v. But 14.58v is the most consistent reading.

So I think my math correct on this?

13.2 + 0.295 = 13.5.

14.58 + 0.295 = 14.875

That said, the data sheet says subtract 0.0028v per cell, per degree above 77F. 0.0028 x 6 cells = 0.0168v. Easy math, temp was about 87f at dawn. So 10 x 0.0169 = 0.169. So wouldn't the correct setting be -16.9mV/F? The data sheet also says to ADD 0.0028v per degree below 77F. If the temp at dawn is 37F, shouldn't the Temp Comp be set at 67.6mV/F?

Am I supposed to calculate and set the Temp Compensation each time I go camping for the current weather? Or am I just supposed to set it at one setting and the controller will adjust accordingly?

GavMac30 asked

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MPPT 100/30: Temperature compensation completely wrong

I found out that the temperature compensation does not work correctly. It is too high by a factor of 6! I tried out some things and found out that I need to enter the compensation value per cell and NOT per battery bank as the app is asking for.

Test situation:

  • The manufacturer of the used lead acid batteries prescribes a compensation value of -4mV/°K per cell.
  • I have 6 cells, thus I use the MPPT controller at 12V.
  • The floating voltage is set at 13.36V and the controller is in floating mode.
  • Temperature and battery voltage is measured directly at the battery through a BMV-712 battery monitor and send to the MPPT via bluetooth. They are interconnected with each other (which is a pretty cool feature anyway).

The app is asking the temperature compensating coefficient explicitly as per bank and not per cell.

Thus I multiplied the -4mV/°K per cell by 6 and get -24.00mV/°K per bank which I entered in the app.

Today the battery temperature was measured at 19°C. This is 1°C below 20°C (20°C means no compensation).

Expected result:

13.36V + (19°C - 20°C) * -0.024V = 13,384V

Observed result:

13,50V (which is obviously too high for a lousy delta of 1°K)

Then I entered the coefficient as per cell (-4.00mV/°K) and got 13,39V which is what I wanted all the time but never got.

For testing, I also tried to switch off the compensation and got exactly the configured 13.36V.

It looks like the controller is multiplying the entered value internally by 6 as it knows I am using the controller at 12V with lead acid cells (can only be 6 cells as 12V / 2V = 6).

Because of this I killed my new bank last winter as the voltage was too high all the time!!!


0°C in winter means (0°C - 20°C) * (-0.024V * 6 [6 because of the bug]) compensation

= -20 * -0.144V = 2.88V (WTF?!?)


Floating voltage: 13.36V + 2.88V = 16.24V

Absorbing voltage: 14.40V + 2.88V = 17.28V

Balancing voltage: 15.10V + 2.88V = 17.98V


I updated the MPPT to FW v1.50 today which has still the same bug. :-(

Did anyone noticed the same?

R2-D2 asked
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Why does charging voltage need to be higher in lower temperatures for lead-acid batteries?

I came across this blog entry which basically says that, for lead acid batteries, lower temperatures require higher charging voltage. Can anyone please explain why this is true, or point to an authoritative source?

I did ask this question on Chemistry SE a while ago, and those guys seem to be of the opposite opinion: higher temps need higher voltage.

Intuitively I disagree with them and agree with the blog post: lower temps need more power to move molecules around, remove sulphate crystals etc. But I seek a definitive authoritative explanation.

Greendrake asked
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Convert Temp Compensation from °C to °F

My Crown batteries have a temp compensation coefficient of 3mV/°C. My mppt ‘wants’ the value in °F.

What is the conversion if any? I found this example but the math is not logical to me.

For temperatures below 25°C, adjust +0.005VPC/°C (or 0.003VPC per ̊F). For temperatures above 25°C, adjust -0.005VPC/°C (or 0.003VPC per ̊F)

AkBound asked
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HEX Protocol Whitepaper v.10 - Remote control section not clear

I bought Victron MPPT 100/50, BMV 702, Lithium SuperPack 768Wh, and even Victron solar panels. All of it because of the great community support and the ability to read status & control those devices without using manufacturer software.

Unfortunately, VE.Direct HEX Protocol MPPT whitepaper rev. 10 (latest) is promising a feature that does not work: the Remote control registers section (p. 18 and p. 20) states that it is possible to upload battery voltage and temperature to a MPPT (from a BMV). Well, this morning in Darmstadt, Germany my MPPT was happily full-blown bulk-charging the Lithium while the battery temperature was 4deg C. According to Victron SuperPack specs this is below the authorized level. All this in spite of a Python script constantly uploading BMV battery voltage and temperature to the MPPT.

Question (supplication...): can the Remote control registers section in HEX MPPT whitepaper be further clarified regarding the Battery voltage & temperature sense commands, their expected response (currently I'm getting "1"), and whether it is necessary to modify the MPPT Network mode to make them work?

Greg. asked

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EasySolar; can the battery temperature sensor from the charger be used to compensate the BMV SoC?

I have an Easysolar 48/5000/70-100 with CGX and seperate BMV 702.

I notice that there is an installed battery temperature sensor to the EasySolar, and I assume that is part of the charger (it is not the optional BMV one). I would like to know if it is possible to configure the system so that that temperature information feeds the BMV state-of-charge calculation?

Gavin Andrews asked
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IP22 Battery charger temperature compensation


While charging lithium batteries, using the lithium setting. What effect does the temperature compensation have?

I.e. reduce charge current belwo 5 degrees for example?


Matthew asked
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Smart Solar MPPT temperature compensation

Just bought the SmartSolar MPPT250/85 (SCC125085210) along with a Smart battery sense when I came by an article stating that the devices are incompatible:



1. Can/will the charger become compatible with the VE.smart networing and the Smart Battery Sense through a future firmware update, or is this a hardware issue?
2. On a system with a CCGX and BMV 702/712, can the SmartSolar charger voltage compensate from the temperature data on the BMV, that should be available on the VE.bus? DVCC?

ivar asked
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BlueSolar MPPT 75/50 & External Voltage and Temp sensor to optimise charging

Hi team,

Seeking optimal setup for solar charging and ensuring live Volt and Temp values are used during charge cycle.

I understand the BlueSolar will use internal temp sense for baseline just prior to start of day charging. Can the MPPT use the temperature sensor on the 702 for live input during charge cycle to compensate from temperature.

Additionally can the MPPT source voltage at SHUNT on 702 to more actual gauge the votage level at the battery specifically rather that at the MPPT. (I have noted a differance from what the MPPT show as voltage vs what the 702 shows as voltage at the battery by 0.5VDC. The distance between MPPT and SHUNT/Temp Sensor is cable length POS of 5-6 meters plus return of same distanace for NEG. Cable gauge is 70mm2, so I don't believe differance is due to voltage drop over cable length?)

There are 2 x MPPTs and 2 x 702 are connected to VenusGX. I am currently running 702 with temp sensor, but in future would like to move to midpoint monitoring on 702 and use alternative battery temp sensor conneced to VenusGX for use by the MPPTs

Thank you.

Enya asked
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MPPT Limit Max Abs V after Temp Compensation in extreme cold?

I recently got my MPPT + BMV w/ Temp Sensor configured to match my battery specs. Some are:

  • Abs Voltage: 15.00V
  • Temp Compensation: -37.8 mV/*C
  • High Voltage Alarm: 15.3V
    • Conservatively set...I think 16V is the operating limit of most of my 12V devices

Its winter here and it's bright(ish) but cool today in Michigan (33*F)... I noticed my High Voltage alarm had triggered and it was Abs charging at 15.5V off the panel!

I thought something was wrong and then realized that Temp Compensation is likely the culprit. Did some math and sure enough, I hadn't considered what Temp Comp will do at our frequently low temps.

I'm ok with the temp comp doing its job, but what worries me is that through some math I've determined if the temp drops below 20*F and the sun comes out, it will be ABS charging at 16.0V and I'm in danger of frying a device!

Is it possible to set a max voltage in the MPPT that it's not allowed to exceed no matter what the compensation computes to? It's not uncommon for temperatures to reach 0* here when its clear skies. That would be 16.6V output!

Or..do I need to add a voltage regulator before house loads to prevent from frying my electronics during Abs charge??

Edit: Should also add that this is a lead-acid battery so I should be good to charge down to -4*F but that would be an Abs charge voltage of 16.5V!

Ghostrider asked
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temperature correction settings doesn't accept bluesolar charger


I have the trouble to set the correct temperature correction value for a bluesolar ( firmware 1.16) 100/50. I have a 24v battery bank with two of this 12V batteries in serie. The manual indicates -30mv/K temperature correction for the cycle use.

Is it correct that in my case with 2x12V batteries = 24V bank I have to set the temperature correction to 2*-30mv/K = -60 mv/K?

The bluesolar doesn't accept the -60mv/K temperature correction value.

Is my calculation bad?


p.s Sorry guys there is the link for the battery manual: https://www.apb-energy.fr/site/medias/batterie-solaire/UCG200-12.pdf

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MPPT Temperature compensation setting


According to the battery profile document attached, what should be my temperature compensation setting for 2 x 6 volts wired in series? I have an SmartSolar MPPT 100-50.


MichelBeausejour asked
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Turning off adaptive charger Blue solar 150/70 & temp compensation ?

Hi All,

I have 2 x 150/70 Bluesolar charge controllers VE.can connected, so settings are only available to edit via the LCD. I am trying to rescue a sulphated battery bank -and as a result I wanted to turn off the adaptive setting in the menu but I only seem to get an hrs value of 1-8. Is there somewhere else I can change this - I was looking for some setting that says 'fixed' .

I also wanted to set the temp compensation to 5mV/C but seems like the max is 3.5 and default is -2.7mV/c. any one out there able to help ?

Thanks in advance.

JDM asked
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Can I monitor start battery voltage and temperature of house battery with BMV 712?

I just purchased both the BMV 712 and the MPPT 100/30 smart solar charger. My understanding is that the solar charger will use the BMV 712 to compensate for temperature. I would like to monitor the chassis battery bank as well. I am reading in this forum that the MPPT controller itself has a temperature sensor, but it is taking the temperature where the MPPT is installed. Is this correct and I really do not have to worry about the temperature sensor with the MPPT solar charger mounted close to the batteries? Should I purchase the battery sense to add the temperature sensor and monitor both battery banks?



Bill asked
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Temperature compensation versus simple low temperature cut-off for Lithium

Are there any advantages of temperature compensation versus simple low temperature cut-off for Lithium batteries?

I have a BlueSolar MPPT 100/50, 768Wh 12V Victron Lithium SuperPack and a BMV-702 + Temperature sensor. I could buy Smart Bluetooth dongles and have an "active" temperature compensation on the MPPT. But I'd rather avoid Bluetooth and use a VE.Direct non inverting remote on-off cable with BMV-702 relay to setup simple a low temperature cut-off of the MPPT charging.

The whole system will be stored outdoors in a small metal cabinet (close to Frankfurt, Germany). I expect temperatures from 0 deg C to maybe 50 deg C.

Greg. asked
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Temp compensation


I have a BMV712 and 2 smart solar MPPT. I'm trying to configure the temp compensation and I'm getting a bit lost. Should I configure it on the BMV (temp coefficient) or on the mppt (temp compensation)? And what should be the value?

I have 12 batteries, each being 12v (12v system, 1200Ah capacity). The specs of the batteries are saying "Temp-Comp Factor (Charging) 5mV per °C per cell (2V)". So if every cell of 12v is 5mv, is the temp coefficient 30mv/°C? if so, how do you calculate the temp coefficient in %cap/°C ?

Thanks, I'm really confused on this and the manuals aren't very specific on the topic


svpablo asked
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Multiplus Charge Voltage Temperature Correction Coefficient

1- What is the exact charge voltage temperature correction coefficient programed into a Multiplus (as default)?

I can't seem to find this documented anywhere, apart from the graph in the appendix pages at the back of the manual. Based on this graph I have roughly calculated it but would like to confirm 100% - as the graph may only be pictorial.

2- Is there any way to update the Multiplus charge voltage temperature correction coefficient?

I have had another look in VE Configure today but couldn't find a setting to configure it.

Thanks in advance, Mark.

Mark asked
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Temperature compensation setting

Hi - I have a SmartSolar MPPT 100/30 with a BMV-712 charging a Lifeline 125Ah AGM. The Lifeline documentation states temp compensation should be set to 0.013V/F. I'm horrible at math...can you tell me what the setting should be in the controller in mv/C? Thanks!

wsears asked
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MPPT 150/100 Temperature Compensation With Smart Sense


I have a MPPT 150/100 charge controller with a Smart Sense temperature sensor attached to 4, six volt AGM batteries in a series/parallel configuration of 2+2 for a 12V bank.

Is my math correct?

The specs for temperature compensation on the batteries are -5mV per cell/°C.

I have 12 (4X3) cells so that's .005 times 12 = -.060 /°C for the entire bank. I have the controller set at -.060. Does this look correct?

dishusa asked
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Quattro 48/10000 Temp Compensation Charging

Hi All,

Looking in the documentation and on the forums I have found a theme but no relevant detail regarding Temp compensation.

I have ,a few times, come across -16mV/12V block. (equates to 2.67mVpc/C). Multi etc.

I am using Enersys batteries which require -4mVpc/C.

This also appears to be the value for Victron's own VRLA batteries.

There appears to be no way to change the Quattro settings for this (VE config) and its not a setting on the CCGX (wouldn't expect it here) or BMV.

In my case compensated Voltages (using -2.67mVpc/C) from 10C to 25C are below manufacturer recommended but above their minimum requirement, sleight concern. Above 25C the Compensated Voltages are above the recommended, there lies a greater concern.

Its impossible to get get an accurate picture from Appendix F of the manual, the recent multi discussion showed a new diagram which was much clearer.

Am I missing something or is this an upcoming revision as indicated in the recent Multi discussion.

Could anyone offer any guidance?

Best Regards

Justin K

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Offgrid - Generator priority over solar


On one of our client's site, we have a problem that we cannot solve:

It is composed with:

  • A 15kVA Generator
  • 600 Ah battery bank mounted in 48Vdc system
  • 2 synchronised Quattro 48/5000/70
  • 2 SmartSolar 250/100
  • 3 BMV
  • 1 CCGX


  • Absorption voltage: 57.6Vdc on both Quattro & SmartSolar
  • Floating voltage: 55.2 Vdc on both Quattro & SmartSolar
  • Temperature compensation: -120mV/°C on SmartSolar
  • A couples of Generator Start conditions (temperature, voltage, SoC, overload, etc...)

Please find below a synoptic of this system, and take note that one of the SmartSolar is connected to the CCGX with Ve.direct/USB adaptator while the other one has direct Ve.direct connection:


We found out when the generator is ON, and after reaching a certain voltage, below the absorption voltage (for example 56.4Vdc), the solar stops producing.

At first, and because I didn't know yet about the DVCC feature, I tried the old way to prioritize the solar by adding a sligthly different voltage on the SmartSolar (+0.2Vdc => 57.8Vdc @ 25°C instead of 57.6Vdc). It worked pretty fine on the tests bench (1 x Quattro + 1 x SmartSolar) but unfortunately didn't work on the client's site (2 x Quattro + 2 x SmartSolar).

Then, I set-up the DVCC, making sure all the software version were fine, tested it in my office => all good. But then, again, same behaviour in our client's site, the solar is not prioritize (needless to say, the client is not happy).

Finally, I set-up a mixed solution, DVCC and +0.2Vdc on the SmartSolar, it worked a bit better but not enough for the client.

Below, a screenshot of the VRM of yesterday's recharged:


We can see that the SmartSolar [289] gets off after a little while, the 2nd SmartSolar took off an hour before.

So my questions:

  • Do you have any idea of what's going on ?
  • Has DVCC feature been tested with a couples of Quattros and SmartSolar ?
  • Does DVCC work with a SmartSolar connected with Ve.direct/USB while the other one is connected straight on Ve.direct ? Not sure the software can easely do such a thing.
  • On Victron Connect App, the voltage parameters are given for 25°C or 20°C ?
  • Do you think a Smart Battery Sense will fix the problem ? I readed a lot about it (https://community.victronenergy.com/questions/258/dvcc-battery-temperature-sensor.html)
  • Can you confirm me the temperature compensation parameters in a MultiPlus/ Quattro is -5mV/°C or less ?
  • Last, why Victron choose as a default settings to prioritize the AC power over the Solar ?

Thank you a lot in advance.

Best Regards

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Temperature offset of the Sensor inside a Smart Lithium Battery


Following the last update about the internal Temp sensor of my smart lithium battery:

VictronConnect now with Smart Lithium battery update

Before I found this forum, I asked a question here: http://disq.us/p/1xqfygg:

Hello Great news, very useful, I asked this feature here: http://disq.us/p/1nuh76g
The solution was not easy: http://disq.us/p/1nxidzh
And applauded that here: http://disq.us/p/1r8q3ka and http://disq.us/p/1r5sdy7
Big thanks !


My Victron 100A Lithium battery has a temp sensor that has a big offset...
That means that now the internal battery probe says that the temp is 1°C and 4° ... yes, one measurement says 1° then some seconds later 4° then back to 1° etc...
Two outside thermometers, placed close to the battery measure a temp that is around 7.5°, so the offset is 6,5° (or 3,5°)
That means that I have to wait until it's 5°+6,5°=11,5° to be able to start to charge my battery...
That's a BIG problem for me... as i'm sometimes traveling in "cold" countries where the average temp is more between 6 and 10°...
Do you have a solution for this ?
I do not want to void my warranty by setting a lower T° in the app...
After some research I found someone else having the same problem: http://disq.us/p/1wwop76

My Smart Lithium 100A is connected to a BMS 12/200 and charged with an car alternator and/or a MPPT 75/15. they are connected to the AB port

Thanks !

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How to properly setup Temperatire Compensation

Hello. I am the proud new owner of a SmartSolar MPPT 150/45. I’m trying to figure out how to setup the temperature compensation for my battery bank. The battery manufacturer states to ADD 0.005 volt per cell for every 1°C BELOW 25°C and SUBTRACT 0.005 volt per cell for every 1°C ABOVE 25°C. I have a 12v bank which puts me at 30mV for every 1°C. My question is do I set it to 30mV or -30mV. The factory setting is -16.2mV which has me confused.

lowredrt asked
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BMV-702 SOC/temperture

I have BMV-702 with temperature sensor together with LiFePo4
I usually use SOC between 95% -60%, to open / close relay, which starts charging at 60% and closes at 95%
Now I also want to close the charge below 0 degrees and test "High temp relay", but it does not work if I simultaneously use SOC.
Do you have any suggestions that will make both controls of the relay work

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High absorption en Float voltage by temperature compensation?

I've got a Multiplus 12V/80/2000 with charge setting voltages: Absorption: 14,4V / Float: 13,8V

When it's loading it is charging with 14,7V-15,05V and floating with 14,1V (BMV meter).

Is this because of the temperature compensation? In the manual the line in the schema is not higher then 14,7V

Is something wrong or is this normal?

Agnieta asked
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Setting temp the compensation value on my mppt bluesolar.-

Based on Victron "mppt-solarchargers" white paper: "The configured coefficient is in mV per degree Celsius for the whole battery bank, not per cell".

If my battery bank is wired at 48Vdc (Lead Acid) by one string of 8 batteries, 6 volt each (3 cells), -0.005mV per 2V cell/ºC (per manufacturer) would it be -0.12mV/ºC the right value to set here?

If this compensation occurs automatically, why the system allows you to choose between a positive or negative value?


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Charging Narada LCSS (lead carbon super capacitor) batteries with an AC coupled MultiPlus


I'd like some advice how I can make sure that the MultiPlus is programmed correctly for the Narada LCSC (Lead Carbon Super Capacitor) batteries. I've derived the two columns for the MultiPlus in the table below from the graph in the MultiPlus manual. The voltages for the batteries are derived from tables in the Narada manual.

The temperature compensation of the MultiPlus (currently) cannot be changed but it seems the differences (primarily at the lower and higher ends of the temperature spectrum) are significant. So far, the batteries have never reached temperatures above 25 deg/C so I'm not too worried about the higher temperatures. But the batteries surely drop to below 10 deg/C at times in the winter. What can be done to match the MultiPlus to these batteries?

My 2nd question is about the effect of ticking Storage box on the charging curve. In a fully off grid situation, the batteries never get "stored", they are in active use every day of the year. Hence I've disabled "Storage". I did notice a difference in the graphs though, which I would not expect. Why would the charging algorithm be different for the "non storage time" as well (as for the time the batteries are stored)? And am I correct in assuming that the "Repeated Absorption Time", "Repeated Absorption Interval" and "Max Absorption Time" do not apply when Storage is disabled?



A1 B D E F G H I J K
3 Temp (deg/C) Absorb Float
Absorb Delta Delta formula Float Delta Delta formula

5 <=10 58.80 56.40
56.40 -0.60 (G5-G8)-(D5-D8) 54.60 -1.28 (J5-J8)-(E5-E8)
6 15 58.00 56.00
56.40 0.20 (G6-G8)-(D6-D8) 54.60 -0.88 (J6-J8)-(E6-E8)
7 20 57.60 55.20
55.80 0.00 (G7-G8)-(D7-D8) 54.24 -0.44 (J7-J8)-(E7-E8)
8 25 57.00 54.40
55.20 0.00
53.88 0.00
9 30 56.40 54.00
54.60 0.20 (G8-G9)-(D9-D10) 53.52 -0.04 (J8-J9)-(E8-E9)
10 35 56.00 53.60
54.00 0.20 (G8-G10)-(D8-D10) 53.16 -0.08 (J8-J10)-(E8-E10)
11 40 55.20 52.80
53.40 0.00 (G8-G11)-(D8-D11) 52.80 -0.52 (J8-J11)-(E8-E11)
12 45 54.80 52.00
53.40 -0.40 (G8-G11)-(D8-D11) 52.80 -1.32 (J8-J12)-(E8-E12)
13 >=50 48.00 48.00
53.40 -5.00 (G8-G13)-(D12-D13) 52.80 -5.32 (J8-J13)-(E8-E13)

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