I discovered some of the kit on my MH was not as originally agreed (see Advice re B2B please https://forums.motorhomefacts.com/sh...d.php?t=242367
I have a Hymer with a Schaudt EBL 30 with a Schaudt LR1218 fitted (which isn't MPPT) and 2 AGM 90Ah batteries.
They have suggested an EZA MPPT (tho they don't give model number) as that's what they have in stock. They also said they fit directly to the batteries, bypassing the EBL, so that if one or other fails they know the other is not involved or subsequently damaged. If this is a good route to go, why is there so much pain on the Internet about Schaudt EBLs being intolerant of non-Schaudt controllers?
The only reading I have of state of batteries is the one that also gives level of water tanks so nothing detailed.
I can find no reviews for EZA and the only MPPT I can find is this one - https://www.camping-car-plus.com/hig...130w-9057.html
A problem l see with this is that it's max is a 130W panel which is what I have ATM so there's no future-proofing in there. I don't k ow that I would, but I might. Also, it seems it's gel or AGM which ties me to that in the future. - IF that's the controller they have.
And the 10a for the EZA? The Schaudt MPP LRM 1218 12V (which would be the Schaudt direct MPPT replacement for the LR 1218 I have already) -
20 A main battery
2.5 A starter battery
12 VDC System voltage
32 VOC Solar panel voltage
Would you accept the EZA?
As always, I much appreciate your help.