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electrical:solar:nonessential [2019/06/23 05:39]
frater_secessus [how much surplus current is there?]
electrical:solar:nonessential [2019/10/01 10:05] (current)
frater_secessus [when to run opportunity loads]
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 At the start of Absorption the controller still needs near-Bulk levels of current for charging. ​ At the end it needs almost no current. ​ **Halfway through Absorption about half of the system'​s peak power will be available for loads.** ​ See the image at the top of the page for an example of how current demand drops in Absorption. At the start of Absorption the controller still needs near-Bulk levels of current for charging. ​ At the end it needs almost no current. ​ **Halfway through Absorption about half of the system'​s peak power will be available for loads.** ​ See the image at the top of the page for an example of how current demand drops in Absorption.
  
-For [[electrical:​12v:​lifepo4_batteries_thread|LiFePO4]] set the LVD to Vfloat; there is no actual Absorption stage _per se_ in fractional-C charging. We use these setpoints only because our traditional lead-acid controllers work that way.+For [[electrical:​12v:​deep_cycle_battery#​lithium_chemistries|LiFePO4]] set the LVD to Vfloat; there is no actual Absorption stage _per se_ in fractional-C charging. We use these setpoints only because our traditional lead-acid controllers work that way.
  
 ===== timing opportunity loads ===== ===== timing opportunity loads =====
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