SOC Not Correct

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jimatlowergulch
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SOC Not Correct

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My SOC reading 12% battery is reading 52 volts
constant events relating to this I am sure i have missed a step at start up
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Re: SOC Not Correct

Post by sbrownian »

Yes you have.

Including posting enough information...
Information, you get not; if incorrect question, you ask..
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Re: SOC Not Correct

Post by Mike Curran »

Assuming there's a flexnet DC (FNDC) in your system, to get an accurate SOC measurement you must first fully charge your battery (specific gravity is a good indicator if your batteries are FLA's; follow your battery manufacturer's guidelines to get a full charge), then unplug your FNDC LAN cable from your hub, wait a few seconds, then plug it back in, and it will then show 100% SOC. These steps are described in the FNDC manual and related app note, and remember, when all else fails...

https://outbackpower.com/downloads/docu ... _guide.pdf
https://outbackpower.com/downloads/docu ... p_note.pdf
https://smart.tigoenergy.com/p/pZXn7SZQyO45?date=2021-04-19
https://enlighten.enphaseenergy.com/public/systems/Hctc107221
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Re: SOC Not Correct

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jimatlowergulch wrote: Wed Jun 09, 2021 5:58 pm My SOC reading 12% battery is reading 52 volts
constant events relating to this I am sure i have missed a step at start up
Interesting, normally the issue is the SoC being higher than that indicated by the battery voltage.
When you mention "start up" does this mean this has only recently been installed?
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