Thank you for your time. I understand it is a common issue with Victron and Tesla modules. I thought the cutoff voltage for Tesla modules is 3.3V but looks like I was wrong. I will stick to 3.4V
Hi, thanks for quick explanation. As I mentioned to Carel, I thought...
I have two Tesla S modules managed by Batrium WatchmonPlus WM5 and connected to Victron Multiplus II 48/3000/35-32GX.All devices firmware is up to date. I can not force them to discharge battery below 3.4V per pack which is 40.8V limit. Any one has got any idea what is wrong with it...
I am looking for recycling centre, scrap yard, or place where I can buy scrap laptop, bike batteries per kg.
I would like to build 10kWh battery storage system for my home usage. So I believe I need about 500-1000 scrap laptop batteries.
To be honest I have started breaking apart...