? is bluetti ac300 max saying 1200 pv max now?
That chart is what they sent me.
we were lookin last week At bluetti site i could of swear it said 2400 max pv.thats how this tread started,would make more sense to bre1200
yeap still there=
must be misprint on ad,thanks
I think that the 2400 watts may be when two AC300s are working together.
hell if i know…talk to bluetti rep…before you get a surprize watt input is by the mppt size i bet its 1200,ac200 max is 900 .
What will happen if the panel output 16A to an AC200P (limit according t othe US site - 12A, according to the EU - 10A… no idea why)? Anyway, will it damage the Bluetti, or it will limit the input to 12A anyway?
@Sci the internals of the ac200 will limit the amperage down so it won’t be a problem. So in a simple sense… you can “over amp” but don’t “over voltage” if that makes sense?
Thanks @m.briney , it totally makes sense. This is also my understanding, but want to be sure.
Another question (I still can not try with AC200P - waiting for it, but my panel is already here). I have 320W panel (single one) with Uoc = 40.6V, but Vmp of 33.7V. Does this mean that the solar charging will not even start? Is it measuring the input voltage with or without full load? I have measured the panel with multi-meter and it gives 38.5V.
P.S. according to Bluetti site info “The open-circuit voltage of AC200P is between 35V-150V. Would you mind making sure solar panels’ open-circuit voltage is in the range?”, then the panel with Uoc of 40V should work. Let’s see.