Thanks for the information MS & 3rd Day. I do have or did have the SOC on my IPN ProRemote on the 3024I. My last charge session with the engine
, it didn't show up. I will have to look into that.
I do have the float presently set at 14.2 and it seems to be making a difference but I won't know for sure until this evening when I run the engine
again to further charge the battery
. It is now down to 13.1V. I have acceptance set for 14.4V.
To respond to Third Day the solar panels
appear to be more than enough wattage for the SOC suggested on the meter of 90% battery
and ~-50 to 75 AH used overnight. The SCC changes to float usually between 1100 - 1300 each day unless I have something else happening like the draw on the water
maker or cloud cover. At the time of going to float, the meter states 100% battery and -00 AH.
It may do this for days on end but the battery voltage is usually dropping as well. If I leave the boat unattended like I did recently, then it drops down until the PCM shuts down all load and disconnects the battery as it is supposed to do.
I will try to get the SOC working again but can rely on the voltage with this battery as it is a good indicator.