VICTRON Lynx

 

Victron Lynx Distribution 

The Lynx Distribution System is a modular busbar system that incorporates DC connections, distribution, fusing, battery monitoring and/or Lithium battery management. For more information, see the DC Distribution Systems product page.

The Lynx Distribution System consist of the following parts:

  • Lynx Power In – A positive and negative busbar with four batteries or DC equipment connections, available in two versions, with M8 or M10 busbar.

  • Lynx Distributor – A positive and negative busbar with four fused connections for batteries or DC equipment and fuse monitoring, available in two versions, with M8 or M10 busbar.

  • Lynx Shunt VE.Can – A positive busbar with a space for a main system fuse and a negative busbar with a shunt for battery monitoring. It has VE.Can communication for monitoring and setup with a GX device.

  • Lynx Smart BMS – For use together with Victron Energy Smart Lithium batteries. It contains a positive busbar with a contactor driven by a battery management system (BMS) and a negative busbar with a shunt for battery monitoring. It has Bluetooth communication for monitoring and setup via the VictronConnect App and VE.Can communication for monitoring with a GX device and the VRM portal. Available as a 500A model with M8 busbars or 1000A model with M10 busbars.

Victron Lynx Set Up
LYNX SET UP
The Victron Lynx Range
£160.00 £144.00

Victron Lynx Power In M10

SKU: LYN020102010
£180.00 £162.00
£220.00 £198.00
£245.00 £220.50

Victron Lynx Shunt VE.Can

SKU: LYN040102100
£370.00 £333.00
£945.00 £850.50

Mega and CNN Fuse

£23.25 £20.93
£23.50 £21.15
£24.00 £21.60
£24.00 £21.60
£25.00 £22.50
£55.00 £49.50

MPPT – Ultra-fast Maximum Power Point Tracking

By constantly monitoring the voltage and current output of your solar (PV) panels, MPPT technology ensures that every drop of available power is rinsed out of your panels, and harvested for storage. The advantage of this is most noticeable when the sky is partially clouded, and light intensity is constantly changing.

PWM  – 

Pulse-width modulation (PWM) is a modulation process or technique used in most communication systems for encoding the amplitude of a signal right into a pulse width or duration of another signal, usually a carrier signal, for transmission.

Although PWM is also used in communications, its main purpose is actually to control the power that is supplied to various types of electrical devices, most especially to inertial loads such as AC/DC motors.

Victron Energy, based in the Netherlands, has been manufacturing power conversion equipment since 1975 and become well known around the world for producing reliable off-grid battery inverter/chargers and a wide range of quality, affordable solar controllers

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