CCCamp 2019 - Obri's Setup
About two months before the camp i decided to replaclace the two allmost dead 95Ah lead acid batteries in my campervan with new LiFeYPO4 cells. I was able to save about 25kg of weight with this upgrade.
The only thing that was powered with diesel power during the camp was a small 16 port switch. I had enough PV power to run all stuff i needed during the camp.
Upgrades/Changes/Notes for the next camp
- The Fuji F-wave where connected to the same relays as the inverter, i had to switch it off manually each evening to save some power.
- My android car stereo does user a lot of power when it is switched on
- The Fuji F-wave panels did not produce a lot of power.
- Add more sensors!
- Install more 12V Outlets
- Switch to Speacon connectors for all 12V Outlets
- I should replace my absorber fridge with a compressor model
- Clean up the massive mess in the battery box.
- I need to finish my custom LED PCBs for all lights in the campervan.
- The campervan manufacturer did install LED lights that where made for exactly 12V
- 4 x Wattstunde WS95EFX flexible 95W Panels
- 4 x ECS LiPro1-6 Active BMS/Balancer
- 1 x ECS greenController 75/40 MPPT Charger
- 1 x Schaudt WA 121545 Booster
- 4 x Winston LiFeYPO4 160Ah
- 1 x Victron Inverter/Charger
- 1 x PCEngines APU2 running debian for grafana and other stuff
- 4 x Fuji F-wave 92w flexible panels
- 1 x Step down 400V to 12V
- WS95EFX Panels on the campvevan
- Fuji F-wave 92w on the floor
- Kabelsalat ist gesund
- APU2 and Network Hardware