Why should anyone want to change float and bulk voltages via mqtt?
I know this doesn't belong here, but there are a lot of smart people here. I bought a Pylontech battery pack and wanted to connect it to USB (Raspberry) with RJ11 (Pylontech). I have now bought a USB 2 Serial to TTL and a modular RJ11 connector. Does anyone have any idea which cables belong where? There was no instruction. Here would be the picture.
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no .. no usb -> ttl, the pylon has a real rs232 interface.
such an adapter, and make rj11 according to rs232 female / handicraft / buy / solder
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changing the float values is to preventing the inverter to change to early to float (its a bug).
setting float = bulk and he takes longer to load.
Yes so the way I work around this is to set float = bulk which is high voltage(28.2) but once the battery is full, I don't want it to sit at that high voltage, I want to bring it back to 27.2v and would like to automate that which is why I was asking. I hope that answers the question of Andyk72