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Blue Sky IPN-ProRemote Setup Values (T-105)

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As Per James Cobb at Trojan Battery Company the values to be used in the Blue Sky IPN ProRemote charge controller and battery system monitor for the Trojan T-105 batteries (assuming the standard four T-105 lead acid batterys Oliver uses with the solar option) are as follows:

 

(under "Advanced Display Menu")

 

1.  Bat Amp-hrs -                              450

 

2.  Set CHGEFCY Mode -               AUTO

 

3.  Set Self-Dischg -                         10% / month

 

4.  Set Maximum Bat Volts -          16.2 volts

 

(under " Set Bat Charge Pararmeters")

 

1.  Set Accept Chg                              14.8 volts

 

2.  Set Float Chg                                13.5 volts

 

3.  Set Equaliz Chg                            16.2 volts

 

4.  Set Equaliz Time                           2-4 hours

 

5.  Set Auto Equaliz Time                 30 days (factory setting)

 

6.  Set T-Comp Slope                        -5.00 mV/C/C  (factory setting)

 

7.  Set Float Curent                             2.0A/100AH

 

8.  Set Accept Time                              2-4 hours

 

NOTE:

 

The above parameters are to be used ONLY for the T-105 lead acid batteries.  See page 7/8, figures 4 and 5, of the Blue Sky Energy IPN-ProRemote "Installation and Operation Manual".  This manual can be found either in the Oliver Owners Manual or at:

 

http://www.blueskyenergyinc.com/uploads/pdf/Manual_BSE_IPN-ProRemote.pdf

 

Hope this helps!

 

Bill

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The following information was received from James Cobb at the Trojan Battery Company.  These parameter settings should be used ONLY for the four Trojan T-105 lead acid batteries as used by Oliver with the solar option on the Elite II.

 

The Blue Sky Energy IPN-ProRemote Battery Charge Parameters Setup Menu should be accessed and reviewed as per pages seven and eight (figures 4 and 5) of the "Installation and Operation Manual".  This manual can be found either as a part of the Oliver Owners manual or at the following:

 

http://www.blueskyenergyinc.com/uploads/pdf/Manual_BSE_IPN-ProRemote.pdf

 

Once in the "Setup Menu" set the parameters as follows:

 

1.  Set Bat Amp-Hrs -                                     450

 

2.  Set Chgefcy Mode -                                   Auto

 

3.  Set Self-Dischg -                                        10%

 

4.  Set Maximum Bat Volts -                         16.2

 

Next, go to "Set Bat Charge Parameters" and hit "sel" for select to enter the "Battery Charge Parameters Menu".  Then set the parameters as follows:

 

1.  Set Accept Chg -                                         14.8

 

2.  Set Float Chg -                                             13.5

 

3.  Set Equaliz Chg -                                         16.2

 

4.  Set Equaliz Time -                                      2-4 hours

 

5.  Set Auto Equaliz -                                       30 days

 

6.  Set Float Curent -                                       2.0A/100AH

 

7.  Set Accept Time -                                        2-4 hours

 

Any parameter input not shown above should be left at the factory setting.

 

Also, in response to asking about "dip switch" settings on the solar charge controller for battery "Equalization purposes", Ryan Gurin from Blue Sky Energy sent the following email: "On the the SB3024IL, you need to move DIP#5 to the "ON" position. One the SB2512IX-HV, SB2512iX & SB1524IX you move DIP#4 to the "ON" position.  On the SB3000i & SC30 you enable equalization using the set-up button, switching "EqE" to ON."

 

So, if you have the SB2512i(X)-HV (like I do) you will need to set the dip switch #4 to the "ON" position.  See page 7 of the Installation and Operation Manual for the charge controller  under the Setup and Wiring Diagram - figure 3.  Obviously, if you do not wish to "Equalize" your batteries you can leave this dip switch in the "off" position.

 

Hope this helps!

 

Bill

 

 


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Just to be clear, you are only speaking about the T-105 batteries that are "flooded" and not AGM, correct?

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YES, that is correct.  See Buzzy's post regarding the AGM's.

 

Bill

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