Browneye
Reaction score
850

Profile posts Latest activity Postings About

  • I am on my second EcoFlow Delta Mini with the same issue. It refuses to solar charge more than 60W input when I have two 100W panels connected in series. I have another EcoFlow Delta Mini and it works with the same panel setup with no issues. Only difference I can see is the reported firmware version.
    Does your Mini report the correct firmware version?
    Browneye
    Browneye
    Hmmm...I don't know, would have to look.
    So you have two? And one works right and one doesn't? The one that doesn't has been replaced and the second one is the same?
    Browneye
    Browneye
    I get up to 150w input with two 85W panels in series. [shrug] You should be getting 175-180 or so. It seems one of your panels isn't charging, or they're both being knocked down for some reason.

    Delta has a pretty high input capacity with the built in controller.
    Browneye
    Browneye
    We should start a PM thread, or a forum thread - space is limited to 400 characters here.
    Hello! Would getting a copy of your two config files be possible? Thanks in advance. I have 4s 280ah with JDB 200a. And I can't even seem to save the parms I entered using the USB interface. It keeps saying " input cannot be blank" and I don't have a blank field. Thanks!
    donphillipe@360round.com Thanks!
    Browneye
    Browneye
    Will ping you back in the morning when I can get to them.
    One of your field values is stopping the program as an error.
  • Loading…
  • Loading…
  • Loading…
Top