In part 1 I give a walk-through of my test setup, charging and the
Victron app to control the charger over blue-tooth, it all consists of: 3x 250W solar panels 1x Victron SmartSolar 100|30 MPPT battery charger 2x Norbatt 12V 150Ah batteries 1x 750W 24VDC to 230VAC inverter
I could write a long motivational letter about the importance of teaching on electronics with all its basic trades of logical thinking and scientific methods, but instead I will leave you with the happy face of a 5 year old that completes her first little project 🙂
This test is being run at 36VDC and everything stays cool over a course of 10 minutes, I would say it can run stable at this power input. The 5 minute test at 40VDC showed resonant capacitors heating up.
Test is powered by the “2200 Watt server power supply for induction heating”
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