Victron SmartSolar MPPT 250/100-Tr VE.Can

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Manufacturer:Victron Energy

SKU:SCC125110412

Shipping Weight:5.5 kg

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SKU:SCC125110412

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Lara

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Kevin, Upper Colo
Victron SmartSolar MPPT 250/100

I love my SmartSolar 250/100. It has so many useful features, bluetooth to quickly see what the stats are, it will charge a battery from zero volts (especially useful for my NiFe batteries) I can easily change settings with bluetooth and I love that I can set it to charge up to 65 volts for my NiFe. Another thing that has amazed me is that I've never seen as much power drawn from my panels before. I have 16x300-watt panels, so a total of 4800 watt rated, yet I've seen on a number of occasions wattages in excess of 4800 watts being drawn by the MPPT feature, just amazing! I also love that I can set up five panels in series and take advantage of the 250 volt input. I haven't done this yet, but when I get my new solar array I'll definately be taking advantage to maximise our draw. I don't have anything negative to say about the charge controller.

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Lara

Victron SmartSolar MPPT 250/100-Tr VE.Can

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Kevin, Upper Colo
Victron SmartSolar MPPT 250/100

I love my SmartSolar 250/100. It has so many useful features, bluetooth to quickly see what the stats are, it will charge a battery from zero volts (especially useful for my NiFe batteries) I can easily change settings with bluetooth and I love that I can set it to charge up to 65 volts for my NiFe. Another thing that has amazed me is that I've never seen as much power drawn from my panels before. I have 16x300-watt panels, so a total of 4800 watt rated, yet I've seen on a number of occasions wattages in excess of 4800 watts being drawn by the MPPT feature, just amazing! I also love that I can set up five panels in series and take advantage of the 250 volt input. I haven't done this yet, but when I get my new solar array I'll definately be taking advantage to maximise our draw. I don't have anything negative to say about the charge controller.

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