RENOGY Rover 60A voltage display is to high
I have a RENOGY Rover 60A and the voltage on the front panel display is to high by about 0.7 to 0.8 volts and I beleave it is putting the charge controller into float mode before the battery's are fully charged. On a good day my system will normally charge at about 34 to 38 amps for about 3 to 4 hrs. but yesterday at about 12.30 the current started dropping and by 1PM it was down to 21 amps and would only go higher if I increased the load on the inverter. Later in the afternoon when the sun was lower the charge level dropped below my demand level and the renogy display quickly drops from 100% charge level to 80% charge level. I did try to set the float level from 13.8 to 14.0 v but that did not make any difference. Is there anyway to set the voltage on the renogy display to the correct level?
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