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« Reply #30 on: February 20, 2015, 11:30:24 AM »

Yes Billi, it seems Victron have been able to push the newer Multis a bit further with firmware updates. Amazing what you can have them do via software now. I've got ours all hooked out through their Color Control panel to the outside world - which gives me something else to tinker with.

Sure ,  if the Victron is upto date ,  and can communicate with the Aurora Wind GTI  and handle the charge current , then surely , like i said , AC coupling  a windturbine  in an off grid PV idea , is beside MPPT controllers , your best choice


1.6 kw and 2.4 kw   PV array  , Outback MX 60 and FM80 charge controller  ,24 volt 1600 AH Battery ,6 Kw Victron inverter charger, 1.1 kw high head hydro turbine as a back up generator , 5 kw woodburner, 36 solar tubes with 360 l water tank, 1.6 kw  windturbine
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