• Morning Low ::12.63 | < 12.63 | < 12.39 | < 12.03    
    Yield :: 900 | 540 | 230 | 100 | 90
    Morning Low is the voltage before any use, maybe before sunrise :)
    Yield is the power used including the inverter. ~  I  Indicates Inverter Use (Fridge + +)


    31st October : ML V=12.47   Y=240Wh
    30th October : ML V=12.51Y=50Wh
    29th October : ML V=12.55Y=50Wh
    28th October : ML V=12.59Y=140Wh
    27th October : ML V=12.59Y=220Wh
    26th October : ML V=12.67Y=470Wh   I 
    25th October : ML V=12.51Y=300Wh   I 
    24th October : ML V=12.67Y=30Wh
    23rd October : ML V=12.67Y=150Wh   I 
    22nd October: ML V=12.56Y=180Wh
    21st October : ML V=12.63Y=100Wh
    20th October : ML V=12.76Y=100Wh
    19th October : ML V>12.36Y=170Wh
    18th October : ML V=12.67Y=530Wh   I 
    17th October : ML V=12.71Y=260Wh   I 
    16th October : ML V=12.67Y=750Wh   I 
    15th October : ML V=12.63Y=610Wh   I 
    14th October : ML V=12.55Y=640Wh   I 
    It seems the USBA to USBmicro cables i have do not transfer data and the converter is recognised by windows device manager ~ so all working :)

    13th October :: OK have USB access, and have downloded details
    12th October :: Still no USBA port access, so no access to data.
    ^
    4th October ::: Still no USBA port access, so no access to data.
    However battery electrolyte is fine.
    3rd October ::: Toshiba computer not working so no access to data.
    2nd October :: Toshiba computer not working so no access to data.
    1st October ::: Toshiba computer not working so no access to data.

  • Morning Low ::12.63 | < 12.63 | < 12.39 | < 12.03     Yield :: 900 | 540 | 230 | 100 | 90
    Morning Low is the voltage before any use, maybe before sunrise :)
    Yield is the power used including power via the inverter. ~  I  Indicates Inverter Use (Fridge + +)


    30th September Toshiba computer not working so no access to data.
    29th September Toshiba computer not working so no access to data.
    28th September : ML V=12.63Y=140Wh
    27th September : ML V=12.75Y=1.19KWh   I 
    26th September : ML V=12.59Y=790Wh   I 
    25th September : ML V=12.67Y=1.03KWh   I 
    24th September : ML V=12.63Y=400Wh   I 
    23rd September : ML V=12.75Y=280Wh   I 
    22nd September: ML V=12.52Y=160Wh
    21st September : ML V=12.78Y=1.08KWh   I 
    20th September : ML V=12.66Y=770Wh   I 
    19th September : ML V=12.79Y=530Wh   I 
    18th September : ML V=12.82Y=1.08KWh   I 
    17th September : ML V=12.66Y=1.19KWh   I 
    16th September : ML V=12.90Y=810Wh   I 
    15th September : ML V=12.71Y=300Wh   I 
    14th September : ML V=12.83Y=1.17KWh   I 
    13th September : ML V=12.78Y=1.02KWh   I 
    12th September : ML V=12.83Y=560Wh   I 
    11th September : ML V=12.76Y=190Wh   I 
    10th September : ML V=12.67Y=780Wh   I 
    9th September ::: ML V=12.86Y=270Wh   I  12.86 Didn't use any electrics yesterday after dark.
    8th September ::: ML V=12.74Y=480Wh   I 
    7th September ::: ML V=12.71Y=400Wh   I 
    6th September ::: ML V=12.70Y=790Wh   I 
    5th September ::: ML V=12.74Y=510Wh   I 
    4th September ::: ML V=12.40Y=230Wh   I  12.40 Using until 2am and not up early enough to see ML so the reading is 'the morning low not my use of term as the voltage before activated by sunrise.
    3rd September ::: ML V=12.71Y=190Wh   I 
    2nd September :: ML V=12.67Y=160Wh   I 
    1st September ::: ML V=12.78Y=880Wh   I 

  • May 9th Initially the controller default programme is the lowest, so I have now set it to option 4. The nominal voltage then is 14.9v and tested at 15.1 probably due to temp compensation, which has to be set.

    page 9 of manual showing pre-programmed options

    Sept 2020 I transferred Victron Direct USB cable to set up the S6 145s workshop batteries way back, probably in May, but I now have a second unit that will be fitted as and when

  • Javascript calculator for voltage drop through copper wiring/cable

    • Cable length is the single distance from source to load not the sum of the pos. and neg. wires.
    • Use a figure for maximum current as this calculates the maximum voltage drop.

    Select the conductor size in mm2 :   Cable length to the load in metres:

    Supply voltage:   Maximum current draw in amps:

    Load voltage =   Drop as a % of supply Voltage =

     Voltage lost in cable =    Wattage lost in cable =

  • AWG # Diameter
    (mm) Diameter
    (inch) Area
    (mm2)
    0000 (4/0) 11.6840 0.4600 107.2193
    000 (3/0) 10.4049 0.4096 85.0288
    00 (2/0) 9.2658 0.3648 67.4309
    0 (1/0) 8.2515 0.3249 53.4751
    1 7.3481 0.2893 42.4077
    2 6.5437 0.2576 33.6308
    3 5.8273 0.2294 26.6705
    4 5.1894 0.2043 21.1506
    5 4.6213 0.1819 16.7732
    6 4.1154 0.1620 13.3018
    7 3.6649 0.1443 10.5488
    8 3.2636 0.1285 8.3656
    9 2.9064 0.1144 6.6342
    10 2.5882 0.1019 5.2612
    11 2.3048 0.0907 4.1723
    12 2.0525 0.0808 3.3088
    13 1.8278 0.0720 2.6240
    14 1.6277 0.0641 2.0809
    15 1.4495 0.0571 1.6502
    16 1.2908 0.0508 1.3087
    17 1.1495 0.0453 1.0378
    18 1.0237 0.0403 0.8230
    19 0.9116 0.0359 0.6527

  • For a simple connection the best option is a ceramic connector, though there are limited options:~ Either a two or three way block and max cable of 4mm^2 (30A)
    https://www.cef.co.uk/catalogue/categories/junction-boxes-porcelain-connector-blocks