WHAT IS THE battery charger VicTRON

About the Battery Charger Victron & the Blue Smart IP22  

Bluetooth Smart
The Victron Battery Charger offers a wireless solution to monitor voltage and current, adjust settings, and update the charger to what you want the charging to be
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High efficiency
Battery Charger Victron – With up to 94 % efficiency, these chargers generate up to four times less heat when compared to the industry standard. And once the battery is fully charged, power consumption reduces to 0,5 Watt, some five to ten times better than the industry standard.

Adaptive 6-stage charge algorithm: test – bulk – absorption – recondition – float – storage
The Blue Smart Charger is equipped with a microprocessor-controlled ‘adaptive’ battery management system. This adaptive feature automatically optimizes the charging process based on how the battery is being utilized. Saving energy and cost to keep it running.

Fully programmable charge algorithm
The Bluetooth app allows programming of Absorption, Float, and Storage voltages, as well as the Recondition setting and the temperature compensation value. Once Expert mode is enabled, the app permits modification of nearly all parameters and time limits that the charging algorithm utilizes. This can help to recover the battery.

The Victron Blue Smart Charger for 12v Charging

The Victron Blue Smart Range for 24v Charging

How does the Victron IP22 Battery Smart Charger Work?

Battery Charger Victron – The Blue Smart IP22 Battery Charger range are intelligent multi-stage battery chargers, specifically engineered to optimise each recharge cycle and charge maintenance over extended periods. The multi-stage charge algorithm includes the individual charge stages described below:

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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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