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Victron BlueSolar MPPT 100/30-50 Charge Controller with LiFePO4

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Applicable Models: 100|30, 100|50

The ease of use and user-motivated design has quickly made this Victron BlueSolar charge controller to become one of our favorites. Check out our video, where we go through how to set up the BlueSolar charge controller along with out Battle Born Batteries.

If anything is unclear or if you have additional questions, please give us a call at (855) 292-2831 or email us at [email protected]. We are happy to help!

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8 thoughts on “Victron BlueSolar MPPT 100/30-50 Charge Controller with LiFePO4

  1. I have set my Blue Solar controller to the parameters in this video, however my batteries don’t ever get charged up to 100%. It seems it tops out at 94/95% and then just floats to maintain that level until the sun goes down. Are these still the recommended settings?

    1. Brent,
      Thank you for your question. When looking over the settings in this video everything seems correct, however the time limit would vary depending on how many batteries you have. We recommend that the time limit is 30 minutes per battery. So, if you have 2 batteries the time limit would be 1 hour. If this problem persists please email us anytime at [email protected] and we can continue helping you from there.

  2. Based on your comment, should we decrease the time that is set in the charger- the video shows 6 hours if I can see it correctly, if we are running two batteries should we decrease that down to 1 hour?

    1. Austin,
      That is correct, if you have two batteries please decrease it to one hour. We recommend each battery should be at 30 minutes. If this problem persists please email us anytime at [email protected] and we can continue helping you from there. Thank you.

    1. Hello Mike,

      Are you referring to a list of settings that need to be changed on the blusesolar MPPT solar charge controller? If so, the settings are below.

      Battery preset user defined
      Absorption 14.4
      Float 13.6
      Absorption time put in thirty minutes per battery, so if you had 2 batteries it would be 1 hr.
      Equalization 14.4

  3. Looking at this video and comparing it to the “programming a Victron smart solar charge controller guide” post dated July 10th, I noticed the absorption voltage is different. This video recommends 14.4 while the other post recommends 14.6. Which one is it? If it is in fact 14.6, should I also change my Xantrex Freedom XC to 14.6 absorption as well? Please help

    1. Gideon,

      14.4 is perfect, that is the voltage the batteries will do their self-equalization. You can go up to 14.6, but nothing over. 14.4 is preferred.

      Thank you!

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