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Hi i am new to this forum , but would like to ask a question as to get more information.

i had to replace a older 4000 watt Highbrid solar inverter with a newer Expert 5000Watt/5KA  inverter the older inverter had automatic Equalizing setting but the new Expert inverter does not support or have this function .

the max voltage setting for charging on new inverter is 56,4 Volt /14,1 Volt per batt max will this be ok for Flooded batteries ,

or is there a other way of getting these batteries Equalized,

also i want to know is the Inverter manufacturer's forcing us to go to Gel/ pilot or other newer type batteries.

Thank you for your help

Chris 

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On 2020/05/25 at 3:19 AM, Chris Olivier said:

the max voltage setting for charging on new inverter is 56,4 Volt /14,1 Volt per batt max will this be ok for Flooded batteries ,

All Axpert models go to at least 58.4 V (14.6 V per nominally 12 V battery module).

Whether this is OK or not depends on your battery specifications; they vary enormously.

On 2020/05/25 at 3:19 AM, Chris Olivier said:

the older inverter had automatic Equalizing setting but the new Expert inverter does not support or have this function .

I'm surprised, if it really is a recent model. Settings around 30-36 relate to equalisation on recent models.

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