I am truly disappointed in Victron
We installed a BVM 712 which was working just fine for 3 months.
Great bit of kit actually.
Then it blew both fuses
that were connected between the Shunt
PCB and positives off both battery
Problem was traced to some corrosion
on the Telephone style jack
on the Shunt PCB
Here's where it goes off the rails. The PCB is not sold
as a replacement
part. The only solution is to file a warranty claim thru the dealer
you bought it from. Good luck with that if you bought it on the Internet
So I have to go out and buy another whole system, over 200.00
because Victron won't sell a replacement 20.00 board.
Looking for alternatives
is you can buy the shunt without the board
What good is that, In talking to many folks trying to find the part
They all laughed because they all knew that the board is a known weak spot.
Really Really Disappointed in Victron
Won't spend another dime with them