Victron MPPT charging settings

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Victron MPPT charge controllers are one of the best solar controllers for charging lithium and lead-acid batteries. In fact, they can be set manually to charge any battery chemistry. This and more info you can find while browsing through the guide.
For example, Victron MPPT 75/15 unit shown above can operate with 12,24 and 48V battery sets, whereas 100/20 and 100/30 models are only compatible with 12 and 24V battery banks. Make sure to verify the charge controller operation voltage before purchasing a controller. There are many other models available in the market, do not hesitate to contact us if you need help selecting the right one. In this manual, we want to show you how to program Victron MPPT charging settings for lithium-ion and lead-acid batteries.

The example below reflects a 12V battery bank scenario, for the 24 and 48V systems simply multiply the 12V values by 2 and 4 respectively.


Step 1

Download VictronConnect App from App Store or Google Play Store, and create an account


Victron MPPT download app

Step 2

In the “Device List” look for the charge controller. It should say “SmartSolar”, click on the device image.


Victron MPPT settings

Step 3

The Bluetooth pop-up window should appear and you will need to type in the pin code. The default pin is 000000 (six zeros with no spaces in between)


Victron MPPT device list

Step 4

If the firmware update is available, click on the Update button below. Do not touch your phone while update is in progress.


Victron MPPT firmware update

Step 5

After seeing the main screen, click on the gear symbol on top right corner following by the battery menu


MPPT setup

Step 6

After opening the battery setting page, select the appropriate battery voltage (12,24 or 48V).


Voltage configuration

Step 7

Go to the battery preset menu and select the appropriate type or chemistry


battery preset

Victron MPPT charging settings are easy to follow. However, for those who are looking to setup the charging settings manually, the table below is a great source of truth. Also, you can use these settings while programming other charge controllers.


SettingLithium-ion battery
12V/24V/48V
Lead-acid AGM, GEL
12V/24V/48V
Lead-acid flooded
12V/24V/48V
Bulk/Absorption Voltage14.4V/28.8V/57.6V14.7V/29.4V/58.8V14.8/29.6V/59.2V
Bulk/Absorption Time30 min per 100Ah of LiFePO4 battery0.42 x Capacity / Charging Current
(e.g. 0.42 * 300Ah / 30A = 4.2 hours
0.42 x Capacity / Charging Current
(e.g. 0.42 * 400Ah / 50A = 3.4 hours
Float Voltage13.5V/27V/54V13.6V/27.2V/54.6V13.5V/27V/54V
Equalization voltage
Equalization Time
MPPT Settings14.7V/29.4V/58.8V15.8V/31.6V/63.2V
2.5 hours
Temperature CompensationMPPT Settings-4mV/°C/cell-4mV/°C/cell
Low Temperature cut-off3° degrees CelsiusMPPT SettingsMPPT Settings

We hope that our guide has helped you to make this procedure clear and easy to follow. Do not hesitate to contact us if you have any other questions.


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