The Renogy Voyager, a “waterproof” controller used to produce a DIY power box for my canoe, displays total A being produced. I used this controller along with a multimeter to check W yesterday, during optimum conditions on different panels, old & new. What am I seeing in my Victron history readout? V readings I think I understand. But not as sure about the W production by my panels? P max vs yield?
In addition, I remember Rando discussing “at home” settings for LFP4 when batteries are at rest, any recommends? Below are a few, past & present grab pics ... Any help really appreciated. Tap thumbnails for clarity.
The Renogy lists incoming A but not V, the Victron lists incoming V but not A, may have to compare results.
... Ok, later found this on the Victron forum ... The App will only report a value of the max charge the controller needs to maintain your battery, and not the max the panel was capable of putting out ... So, how do you determine if your panels are performing adequately? Deplete the Battery enough to enable full production?
Edited by Stokeme, 01 July 2020 - 06:40 PM.