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SHOTO SDA10-4850 Batteries


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Good Morning

I have four SHOTO SDA10-4850 Batteries connected to a parallel system with two 5kw Mecer(SOL-I-AX-5NB) inverters. I have two questions regarding the communication of the batteries,

1. First of all I want to connect the barriers with each other so they can communicate with one another. Can someone please post a wire diagram or a picture of such a system. Please include the position of the dip switches also. 

2. Secondly, can I connect my battery pack to my inverter(communication)?

Thank you

Mariud

 

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9 hours ago, 87 Dream said:

Unfortunately, the Axpert Inverter will not be able to communicate with these batteries nor any others with purely a cable between the two.

I believe that Axpert models with the removable display can talk directly to Shotos, if the removable display firmware is recent enough. This would be via CAN bus, which I recently realised that the Axperts so equipped have support for. 

But I think that the SOL-I-AX-5NB models don't have the removable display.

So yes, monitoring software will be required in this case.

 

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Good Afternoon Both

Thank you for your comments. I'm already running the ICC software with the Pi. Will I get any benefits by only connecting the batteries communication cable with each other? No connection to the inverter it self only the batteries?

Regards

Marius 

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