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by ochyst
Mon, 20 Apr 2020, 03:31
Forum: Renewable Energy and Storage (Non-EV)
Topic: PIP-5048GE, PIP-5048GK and PIP-5048MG inverters (with unsafe SCC)
Replies: 413
Views: 49430

Re: PIP-5048GE, PIP-5048GK and PIP-5048MG inverters (with unsafe SCC)

Hello,
I have EASUN - Isolar SM II 5KW 48VDC with 450VDC MPPT and there error 90 occured. There no information about error 90 at manuals. Can anybody help me?

Running on 71.70 firmware, inverter was in parallel configuration 1 phase of 3 phases. Single mode configuration have an error 90 too.
by ochyst
Fri, 27 Dec 2019, 15:40
Forum: Renewable Energy and Storage (Non-EV)
Topic: PIP-5048GE, PIP-5048GK and PIP-5048MG inverters (with unsafe SCC)
Replies: 413
Views: 49430

Re: PIP-5048GE, PIP-5048GK and PIP-5048MG inverters (with unsafe SCC)

My machine is Isolar SM II 5kW. It have ability to charge 64V, 450V MPPT, paralel I do have a firmware, version 71.71, that would appear to be suitable for patching. But with the 64 V problem, I don't think it's sensible. Is it possible to reconfigure your battery for 22S? Thanks for move my post. ...
by ochyst
Thu, 26 Dec 2019, 22:45
Forum: Renewable Energy and Storage (Non-EV)
Topic: PIP-5048GE, PIP-5048GK and PIP-5048MG inverters (with unsafe SCC)
Replies: 413
Views: 49430

Re: PIP-5048GE, PIP-5048GK and PIP-5048MG inverters (with unsafe SCC)

Running on firmware 71.70. Usually, the firmware version would imply a specific inverter-charger model. Unfortunately, the 71.XX firmwares are quite muddled. Is your machine a PIP-MK (Axpert King), PIP-MG (Axpert MKS II), or other? Does your model have the ability to go to 64 V on the bulk/absorb s...
by ochyst
Thu, 26 Dec 2019, 19:35
Forum: Renewable Energy and Storage (Non-EV)
Topic: PIP-5048GE, PIP-5048GK and PIP-5048MG inverters (with unsafe SCC)
Replies: 413
Views: 49430

Re: PIP-5048GE, PIP-5048GK and PIP-5048MG inverters (with unsafe SCC)

Hello,
I running inverters on 20S LTO. Is there any possible to decrease a setting 12 to 40V?

Serial command is NAK below 44V :(

Running on firmware 71.70.

Thanks for any suggestion.