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Narada Li-Iron Float Voltage?


Jay-Dee
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Hi all

Can someone help me with the settings for my Narada 48NPFC100 Li Iron battery

http://narada-ap.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/48NPFC100.pdf

From the specs, I can see that Charge Voltage is 54V and the Cut off is 40.5V (although I am using 43.5V to be safe)... What would the recommended float voltage be?

Also, would you make any changes to the charge or cut off as above when connecting with an Axpert King 5K?

Thanks in advance

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2 hours ago, Jay-Dee said:

Also, would you make any changes to the charge or cut off as above when connecting with an Axpert King 5K?

Yes. Axperts are prone to overshooting their voltage targets, so 54 V (which is presumably 3.6 VPC, 15 cells) is way too high.

I'd use the standard Pylontech voltages, which have settled to 52.5 V absorb and 51.8 V float, with 46 V cutoff.

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1 hour ago, Coulomb said:

Yes. Axperts are prone to overshooting their voltage targets, so 54 V (which is presumably 3.6 VPC, 15 cells) is way too high.

I'd use the standard Pylontech voltages, which have settled to 52.5 V absorb and 51.8 V float, with 46 V cutoff.

Thank you... Changes made. Appreciate 

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