Second Life Nissan Leaf Cells - Battery Pack Assembly

fopoku2k2

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I just tried googling your inverter, and I'm struggling, MPP Solar's site came up with a controller only, but based on your questions it sounds like it's an all in one unit. Do you know what series your inverter is?
It's the MPP LV5048 inverter which is similar to the MUST PV18-5048VHM
 

fopoku2k2

New Member
Just a suggestion for Leaf cell users. Know your BMS balance voltage and set FLOAT little bit above balance start voltage for your BMS. Having played with leaf cells from internet suppliers and cells I have pulled out of brand new cars leaf cells will vary a great amount and should be watched. Avoid gen 1 cells.
Why would you advice avoiding Gen 1 cells?
 

fopoku2k2

New Member
1 - program 16 - OSO
2 - program 12 - 48.0
3 - program 13 - 57.0
4 - program 1 - SBU

With my leaf pack I transition off grid and back to solar+battery at 52 volts
I have my bulk charge set to 57 and my float at 55
Thanks for the quick response.
 

fopoku2k2

New Member
@HighTechLab sorry for hijacking your thread

Anyone knows why my battery is supplying power to the grid as in attached picture?
 

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Picasso

Solar Addict
Anything but under a car with hot asphalt heat soaking them! 1 gen leaf packs didnt even have a thermal layer or heaters.
 

schmism

Solar Addict
Pgrid I think is the amount of energy used from the grid. (to charge your batteries) The inverter is incapable of sell back function.
 

fopoku2k2

New Member
So i put a energy sensor clamps on both the utility input to the inverter and output from the inverter to the load. I am seeing a huge difference in readings. The reading on the input from the grid to the inverter is around 350watts and the output to the load is reading around 150watts. Is this normal?
 
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