Just recently I have started to get an error code on the Link 2000 while connected to shore power
the batteries; E-1, Inverter
High DC / Battery
Voltage Shutdown; Battery
voltage has risen above 15.5 volts.
The Link 2000 is connected to a Xantrex Freedom 25 Inverter Charger
. The error code is real i.e. the battery voltage is rising to 15.5v, and then the charger
The link is programmed for AGM
batteries which should regulate to 14.3 accept, 13.3v (70 degF) voltages. If I discharge the batteries 30% and then start to recharge on shore power
- it appears to regulate the battery voltages as per the charging
profile, without problem. It seems as though this error occurs after the batteries have been at the float voltage for an extended period of time i.e. just leaving the shore power connected and having the charger switched on as 'default'.
Just to be clear this is happens on shore power only, while the xantrex inverter charger is active. I am not trying to equalize the batteries i.e. this mode is not active.
Any thoughts out there as to the reasons this is happening?
Many thanks, michael