Author Topic: Voltage Dip Charging Cycle  (Read 93 times)

malkierian

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Voltage Dip Charging Cycle
« on: May 08, 2022, 04:18:35 PM »
So I have a couple of the 24v DIYs on an AGM bank, but I have only one solar array hooked up to this as my main system needs almost everything, so I frequently have to connect a DIY to the Magnums to charge from their AC. When I do this, though, I get about a 10 minute cycle where the DIY disconnects AC charging and switches back to drawing from the battery for a few seconds, causing a severe voltage drop (noticeable on the lights). Is this normal behavior?
1st System: 12.5kw on 5 Classics (3 150s, 2 250s), 1 classic 250 with wind turbine, 2 stacked Magnum 4024PAE inverters.

2nd System: 1250W solar on 1 Classic 150, two DIY3024 running separate breaker boxes, one hooked up to Magnum output for AC charging.

malkierian

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Re: Voltage Dip Charging Cycle
« Reply #1 on: May 10, 2022, 12:59:37 PM »
Update: 10 minutes might have been overestimating the cycle. Sometimes it feels like 3-5 minutes.
1st System: 12.5kw on 5 Classics (3 150s, 2 250s), 1 classic 250 with wind turbine, 2 stacked Magnum 4024PAE inverters.

2nd System: 1250W solar on 1 Classic 150, two DIY3024 running separate breaker boxes, one hooked up to Magnum output for AC charging.