I fired up my new DIY solar system which uses the Growatt 12kW Inverter + Five EG4 48V batteries + 16 440W panels (7kW maximum). Yesterday the solar power draw appeared to be being capped (full sun day). Thanks to my previous post here, I checked the inverter's Max Charge Current and I saw that sure enough it was set to 50A which translated to almost exactly how much was being drawn from solar. But with battery type of Li, I can't change that setting (it has a valid range from 0 to 180A). Today, I powered everything off including batteries and let the inverter capacitor slowly drain. After all five batteries (one at a time slowly) were back on, I turned the inverter back on (using a surge resistor) and fired up a large load to check the solar draw. It was way less than yesterday and the Max Charge Current is now set to 12A!!! I understand that the inverter is supposed to manage the Max Charge Current when set to Li but it doesn't seem to be doing that properly. I'm wondering if the inverter isn't talking to the batteries properly and is setting it lower than it should be. At least that's my guess. I'm waiting to hear back from S.S. but of course it's the weekend now. Anyway, I'm re-asking to get folks w/Growatt experience of what might be going on?