So I'd run the output of the solar charge controller into the 220A BatteryProtect that sets between the ArgoFET and the battery?hrmm.. you dont need 3 disconnects.. your alternator feed is your charge circuit, put your solar/ac charger on that leg.. also if your letting the BMS control them just get the Dumb Battery Protects, put them in LFP mode and they are just dumb solid state relays and it disables its internal smarts.. having bluetooth just cost more and wont let you do anything.
Ah, ok. I thought I needed to keep the charge inputs discrete. I'll be putting in a master disconnect, fuses, etc. later.Yeah route all Charge Supplies to the same side of that solid state relay, then you wire that up to the BMS as the Charge/Input Circuit.. all your loads up to another solid state relay wired to BMS discharge output.. If you want a manual master disconnect (suggested) put it right at the LFP.
Looks like Victron released an update that has a fixed absorb time for LFPs now, yay.. https://www.victronenergy.com/blog/...5-9-solar-charger-improvements-and-much-more/
I don't plan on having one of the fancy VE displays. I'd rather have more Amp hours than animations. I may want a Phoenix inverter that could make use of the VE.Bus BMS, so I'll keep it.If your happy with the Victron BT app direct in the battery and dont wanna buy/build a Venus interface then also consider the minibms.. if you have aspirations for connecting all the victron gear together with a central controller/display then stick w/the VE.Bus option.. and in that case you might not need the BMV really unless you want a nice simple (expensive) display.. but there's better/fancier display options going down that path.
Cleaned up the disconnects above.You only need a single charge disconnect as mentioned. You will want a method to disconnect the alternator regardless (you have several options as discussed).
Now that I think about it, there has to be a shunt to read from, right? Without a BMV attached to a shunt, I doubt that information is available.I'd have to see more than the demo app, the demo kinda implies you can see SOC but I'm not sure.. mebe not? You'd think the BT app would be able to show load/charge rates, calculated SOC and everything the BMV could but better.. but perhaps not without an external interface, the onboard processing might be too limited.. would be a good question for their support.