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Old 07-02-2020, 11:13 AM   #41
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Each panel will produce 22 volt roughly. So 5 in series would be 110volts so Victron could cover it. I just don’t want that many panels in series. I prefer 2 in series for 44 volts. ( which is safe at around 48 volts). Anything higher than that starts to get scary with shorts and fire risk. Heck 44 is plenty.....
Ok I understand. I am more concerned with high currents than high voltages but the currents are pretty low in either case.

Could you parallel the 5 on each side then, use two 100/30's to keep voltage low and amps still in the normal range, or step up to 100/50's for the overhead.
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Just for comparison sack here is my new Victron 150-100Tr beside a Victron 100-50.
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