I can't make out the details of that one, is the remote a toggle style switch or momentary push button? For it to work with the Victron monitor it will need to be a toggle switch or other latching switch. There are ways round this, but more effort is involved.This one , and luckely it has e remote on/ off switch
The Victron BMV does not have the ability to switch its internal programmable relay based on low voltage, only state of charge and temperature. But, frankly, these are far better metrics to use than low voltage because this can vary significantly based on load being drawn.how do i wire / setup my victron bvm 712 smart battery monitor to turn off my inverter at a certain preset low voltage ???
Your remote control is indeed a latching type, so this will work fine with the BMV's programmable relay. If you didn't want to create your own cable, then you could simply cut off the remote control and use the RJ45-terminated cable to connect directly to the BMV's relay contacts.My inverter has the remote on/ off switch also
The Victron BMV does not have the ability to switch its internal programmable relay based on low voltage, only state of charge and temperature. But, frankly, these are far better metrics to use than low voltage because this can vary significantly based on load being drawn.
We are talking about a Victron Battery Monitor. The Victron BMS is a different beast. The VB Monitor does have a relay that can be set for low voltage.
OK, then, without knowing the exact circuit I would hazard a guess that one of the sets (i.e. Orange/White & Green/White) is connected to either side of the switch, the other set is powering an LED via the 78L05 voltage regulator and, because there appears to be tracks leading from Green/White to the voltage regulator, I am guessing Orange/White is the switch. You can confirm this with a multimeter if you have one.Only way to flip over circuit board is to desolder the 2 marked connections , which i am afraid to do to not damage the board and yes the remote switch has a indicator light