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Deye 8KW Lithium Mode

Harry Khiani

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You will need to contact Deye and ask them if your specific brand of battery can be controlled through BMS by the Deye inverter. Normally they would have tested popular Lithum batteries like pylontec, Dyness etc. If they have tested your battery then they would be able to tell you if you should use the CAN or RS485 ports as well as any special cabling requirements. With some types of lithium batteries you might find that the BMS cannot be controlled by the inverter. In this case, you will need to treat the battery as a lead-acid type and set the charging and discharging protocol following the battery manufacturer specifications.

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