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Victron Multiplus II GX 48/3000 AC Coupled Inverter
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Today I received my Victron Multiplus II GX 48/3000 and wanted to share some photos for anyone who is interested.
I have it connected to 28x Nissan Leaf (ENV200) Generation 1 modules connected in 14s4p layout using Batrium Watchmon 4 BMS with Leafmon's
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Battery Capacity: 14kwh  = 28x 2011 Nissan eNV200/Leaf Gen1 Modules (14s4p) with Victron Multiplus II GX 48/3000 AC Coupled Inverter
Solar Capacity: 3.18kwh = 12x REC 265PE BLK Solar Panels with SolarEdge SE4000 Inverter
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#2
Love it! Well jealous.
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#3
Did you know, that you can extend the victron with eltek powerpack 2 in order to increase charge current by 2000W. Victron controls the eltek via can bus directly...

It‘s a quite cheap and comfy way...

I’ll go same route shortly! Victron multiplus 2 gx seems great!
Regards
Karl
30kWh 5x 14s80p with 5x40A China BMS. 14kWH LiFePo4 is in production.
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#4
Hi Karl,
any link to an example of such a set-up.
Victron MultiPlusII_GX 3000/35 + Eltek Flatpack2 HS 2000W

goal: in limited sun-hours, to re-charge battery to full??
Carel
pro-LOX, Carel Hassink, 
Obdam, Netherlands
36Kw ESS, 320 Yuasa LEV40 cells
14.2Kwp Ciggs solar panels, 2 Goodwe 3phase inverters
SMA SI 8.0 single phase + controls, REC BMS

second life ev/phev li-on batteries
follow me on facebook.com/Carel1956
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#5
It’s some time ago, when i found that. Funny though, i can actually find it via google now...

I’ll look further and come back!
30kWh 5x 14s80p with 5x40A China BMS. 14kWH LiFePo4 is in production.
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#6
Carel sorry, i brought you on the wrong path. Eltek can be controlled by batrium, not by victron directly. Some time ago i was considering using batrium but dropped the idea.
A raspberry with can-shield can do the job but not out of the box though...

I will most probably go with more than one victron.
30kWh 5x 14s80p with 5x40A China BMS. 14kWH LiFePo4 is in production.
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#7
Karl,
being close to Victron, we were not aware of this "hack", so OK, would have been nice for the diy society, and I for sure was interested.

Yes, easy to hook up MPII in parallel or 3-phase, but only one is master, and needs to MPII_GX

Carel
pro-LOX, Carel Hassink, 
Obdam, Netherlands
36Kw ESS, 320 Yuasa LEV40 cells
14.2Kwp Ciggs solar panels, 2 Goodwe 3phase inverters
SMA SI 8.0 single phase + controls, REC BMS

second life ev/phev li-on batteries
follow me on facebook.com/Carel1956
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#8
Maybe i chose a fronius for pv and one mpII gx. On top of that 2 or 3 eltek controlled via my homeautomation system when sufficent solar power is available. 2x2kw from eltek and 2,5kw from victron should give a nice charge.
And when the sun is shining my tesla (shortly to be ordered) can be charged with full pv power...
30kWh 5x 14s80p with 5x40A China BMS. 14kWH LiFePo4 is in production.
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