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  • FlexMax 80 Outback & Lithium Batteries

    Hi All,

    I have a question if here's anybody around who has experience with Outback FlexMax 80 and lithium batteries.


    I'm setting up a 12 volt battery bank with 720Ah capacity.

    Anybody can advise about the right charger settings for lithium batteries?

    Many thanks upfront

    Kind regards

    Johan

  • #2
    The batteries will have their own specs, much like every mfg of lead acid batteries has their own specs.

    Better question is will the BMS be able to handle such a large bank and charging source ?
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    • #3
      If they are LiFePO4, set the Flexmax to Absorb to 13.6v (3.4v/cell), absorb time 30mins. Set float to 13.4(3.35v/cell). Turn off temp compensation and equalisation.

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