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Old 21-07-2017, 03:15   #1
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MPPT connection directly to batteries or via charge splitter

Dear all,

Just about to connect the solar panel MPPT regulator but got second thoughts on whether I should connect directly to the house bank or to the input of our 3-bank charge splitter.

I have connected the temperature sensor to house bank (-) as stated by Victron

Any advice appreciated

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Re: MPPT connection directly to batteries or via charge splitter

the controller needs to see voltage. it must go to battery
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Thanks. All good and up and running
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