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Setting Up a Trimetric TM-2030 Battery Monitor with Battle Born Batteries

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When used in combination with Bogart Engineering Solar Charger, the Trimetric TM-2030 Battery Monitor allows the user to precisely alter the charging parameters used on the Battle Born Batteries.

 

Here is how to setup the TM-2030 and Bogart Engineering Solar Charge Controller to operate with Battle Born Batteries:

 

1. Press and hold Select until P1 appears

 

2. At the same time, briefly press Select and Reset and then let go. A green light on the unit will flash, signifying that you are in Change Mode. Press Reset to change P1’s value to 14.4. Press Select to exit Change Mode. This same process will be used to adjust each of the following parameters.

 

3. Press Select to move to P2. As in step 2, change P2’s value to 2. Press Select to exit Change Mode.

 

4. Change P3’s value to the capacity of your Battle Born Battery bank size and Change P10 to 98.

 

 

Here are the values mentioned above that the charge controller needs to be set to:

 

P1: 14.4

 

P2: 2

 

P3: Change this number to match the size of your Battle Born Battery bank’s capacity. For example, if you are only using one battery, P3 would be set to 100 because you have a 100Ah capacity.

 

P10: 98

 

Click here to view the TM-2030 manual. 

3 Comments
  • Larry A Norby | Aug 16, 2017 at 8:48 am

    I want to thank you all for your support and expertise and mostly for your patience with me. This information on your blog, along with all your support, is outstanding and very rare to find this level of Customer Support anywhere. I love the batteries I purchased from you and look forward to visiting your company in NV. I will recommend your company to everyone I meet on the road. God Bless Retired Service member Larry Norby

  • William Ruehle | Oct 23, 2017 at 1:53 pm

    Should the TM-2030’s temperature probe be disconnected to disable temperature compensation?

    • Will Olney | Dec 13, 2017 at 8:29 am

      Hello William, Yes you will want to disconnect the Temperature probe

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