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Victron 150/35, Outback
#1
Can it produce a charge of 64v?
Can I use an iPad to setup-adjust the victrons settings?
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#2
I only use either the 150/100  or 250/100 - both have a maximum charge voltage of 64v, and are fully configurable via an Andriod/IoS app. 

Unless you are building a small system I'm unsure why you'd pick a charger such as the 35, which has a relatively low output.
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#3
My array atm is 66v 30amp.. to charge a 60v (nominal) battery I have to rewire panels to 99v 20amps, so yeah might be a relatively small setup to some ppl.. would u think all the victrons supply the 64v?
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(09-18-2019, 02:53 PM)Doin it Wrote: My array atm is 66v 30amp.. to charge a 60v (nominal) battery I have to  rewire panels to 99v 20amps, so yeah might be a relatively small setup to some ppl.. would u think all the victrons supply the 64v?

No, not all Victron chargers will charge to 64v.
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#5
There’s this victron simulator thing that u can test to see how to set it up.. ppl said on there that the voltages can be set as high as 65 I think.. But it’s just some kind of simulator.
Sean how how many amps do u charge your batteries with?
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#6
The system that I post most images of, which has both AC and DC coupled charging, occasionally sees in excess of 175A of charge current, and regularly over 150A.
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#8
There’s what one individual said about the demo (simulator mode as I called it)..
In the other pics for absorption voltage it says 57,6v (adjustable),, Is it saying that the absorption voltage can be adjusted by 6v from the default 57v?
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#9
Anyone know? I downloaded the demo app that lets u select- configure- change any of victrons products settings.. it allowed the absorption to be set as high as 69.56v for the 150/35 and 150/45. I wonder how accurate the demo is to the voltages the actual product will produce
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#10
Just email Victron. They are super helpful. They usually respond within a business day. I have contacted them several times and every time I would recommend their support. I have a few small victron mppt, a small 1200va inverter and some other misc parts. Really like their stuff. I'm actually planning to buy the 150/35 to charge a small 48v (15s) system I'm putting together for the garage.
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