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Who are Victron Energy?

The Victron Energy Company was Founded in 1975 by Reinout Vader, Victron Energy is basedVictron in Almere-Haven in The Netherlands.

The Victron Energy Blue Power range offer a massive selection of solar power, energy conversion, energy storage and energy production. Here at Eos Solar Solutions we carry all of the products at our fingertips and we enjoy selling Victron Energy. Its reliable, it looks good value when you hold it and it performs great.

Take a look at the products we can support, the Blue Solar Charge Controllers, the SmartSolar Charge Controllers, the MultiPlus Chargers and finally a range of accessories.

Take a look at the Victron Energy range

Distribution Builder

Orion Smart

Battery Chargers


Charge Controllers


Built in BlueTooth
Charge Controllers


Wires & Gauges

Blue Smart IP63

Battery Chargers

Blue Smart IP67

Battery Chargers

MultiPlus &
Multiplus II

Inverter – Controller

Why Victron Energy is the best and different. 

Victron Energy is a Dutch company specialized in the design and manufacture of products for battery-based energy systems.

Reinout Vader established Victor power Energy and prior to this he had previously was the founder of a different company. This company operated in a traditional manner, featuring multiple levels of management and hierarchical structures.

He had seen the inefficiencies it created so when he started Victron Power Energy he decided to build a company with as few layers as possible.

The Victron Energy Company has minimal layers of managers.“Victron wants their employees to feel that ‘you are the professional, so you should know best what you should work on.’. If you are passionate about energy solutions for mobile homes, go work on that.” Be creative, do what feels good.

This means you know that the product you are buying is right for the job. Victron power Energy are great products you can trust

Self-consumption or grid independence

The main objective of a self-consumption system is to optimize the utilization of solar and wind energy. A significant challenge in these systems is the mismatch between the times of power generation and actual usage. Consequently, the system often has to import energy from the grid and export excess power back to it.

In an optimized self-consumption system, excess energy is stored locally for on-demand use. This approach to energy storage is growing more appealing, particularly as feed-in tariffs decline and grid supplies become less reliable and more costly..

When comparing an off-grid system to a self-consumption system, several key considerations must be taken into account. An off-grid system is one that is not connected, or is only minimally connected, to the grid power and is utilized to meet the entire energy requirements of the system..

Therefore it is sized to cope in a worst case scenario. This worst case scenario can occur when there is simultaneous usage of high loads which then requires a high power inverter for occasional use. The other worst case scenario is the lack of ability to generate energy in periods of overcast weather and/or wind outages. This results in substantial battery storage to overcome this, which, like the large inverter power situation mentioned above, is only used on occasion.

Generally, it can be said that an off-grid system is designed with excess capacity in both inverter power and storage to handle various situations. In contrast, a self-consumption system operates differently since it always has the grid as a backup.

With Grid assist functionality the grid can be used seamlessly, whenever there is a high peak load, meaning the inverter can be sized according to the base load. The base load is the part of the total energy-need which generally comes from low powered equipment and these loads continue to draw energy almost constantly over the 24 hours of a day.

.Examples of this are heating pumps, chargers and the standby power of household equipment. In order to optimise PV usage and limit the import of energy this base-load is the most efficient part to target.

Avoiding the import of total energy needs is feasible, yet it necessitates a greater investment in the inverter to handle high loads. These high loads are typically peak loads, occurring for a brief duration. Despite the high energy supply required, the actual energy consumed during these peaks is relatively low, often rendering the investment in a larger inverter unjustifiable. Regarding battery capacity, a self-consumption system can operate with less capacity since it only stores surplus PV power, with a portion of the generated PV power being immediately consumed by the loads. Here, the PV power is calibrated to meet the base load, and any excess is utilized overnight.

Victron Ambassador Markus Pauritsch has packed a 3-Phase ESS Off-Grid energy system into a stylish cabinet which he uses for training. The fully operational cabinet demonstrates the features of a full-scale static installation. It includes Lithium battery storage with a battery management system; three-phase power from MultiPlus II units – plus integration with a third party ‘Fronius’ three phase inverter; energy metering – low-voltage battery protection …and monitoring from anywhere in the world.

So stop looking get buying…

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Our AGM Battery Range to go with your Victron Energy products

100ah 12v
107ah 12v
160ah 12v
278ah 12v
300ah 12v
500ah 12v
300ah 24v
500ah 24v
500ah 24v Mounted in a trolly

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