Offgrid Cabineer, N.E. Ontario, Canada
- Oct 29, 2019
- Rural NE Ontario Canada
13.73 @ 3.8A is going the right way, the Amps should continue to drop as the cells saturate at that voltage level. Without individual cell monitoring via SmartBMS or other it's hard to say what each cell is doing and taking.The charge profile is set to LFP (14.4V) but i have been suspicious of this charger (cristec 40A) i think i will be looking to swap out for a victron charger inverter next season/over the winter.
I will also check the connectors to ensure loose connections are the cause for fluctuating voltage readings.
The charging is settling to 13.73V now at ~3.8A