You can set the absorption voltage to anything you like. The easy way to do this is to download the Victron software
("VECONFIGURE.EXE) from their website and use it on a laptop
with their adapter for serial ports
(serial port to Ethernet). Just unplug the ethernet cable from the rear of the remote
, and plug
it into the adapter. You then have a serial
port connection to the laptop
While the adapter is a bit overpriced, it's a one-time purchase
and it really makes programming the MultiPlus a breeze.
The veconfigure software
allows you to set many, many parameters for the MultiPlus, including the bulk, absorption, float voltages, times, max amperage, etc., etc.
That's the easy way.
The harder way is to fool with the dip switches using Victron's instructions in the manual. It can be done, but takes more study and time, IMHO.