Dave and Dana Posted May 24, 2022 Share Posted May 24, 2022 We have lithium batteries with solar. Is there any reason I should not "unplug" from my home shore power and just let my solar and lithium run on their own when it is summer time, waiting for our next trip? We use the AC when parked. The solar charge controller and Xantrex controller seem to be designed to keep everything in proper order. Is there any reason for me to check on the status of the system from time to time? If we get a hot spell, I could see running out of power, and then I can plug in to shore power, and would also plug into shore power two days before a planned trip to get the batteries back to 100%. It's better to "exercise" the lithium batteries anyway? Am I thinking right? dave TV 2020 Audi Q7, no weight distribution hitch. Ollie E2, Hull #1081, born April 2022. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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