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  • NAMPO 2018 is an agricultural exhibition on an epic scale which opens today and runs until May 18th. It is held annually in South Africa near the town of Bothaville. It began life over fifty years ago as an opportunity for Maize growers to get together to discuss and view the latest technologies then available […]

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  • Introduction This insight is part of the ‘Victron Energy people: Who is who?’ series of blogs. For a complete list of Victron Energy people in this series please see: https://www.victronenergy.com/blog/category/victron-people/ David Foret As with most of my colleagues at Victron Energy, my professional experience is quite varied. I have a degree in Power Electronics and […]

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  • Solar car team DJS Helios have had a meteoric rise to success. Last year (2017) they took part in their first ever competition – Electric Solar Vehicle Challenge 17  …so far this year they have won both competitions they entered! Their vehicle is powered by a 2kW motor and can reach speeds of over 55kmh. […]

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  • This guest blog (by Off-Grid Energy Australia) relates to a CoGood Australia project which has brought much needed electricity to Kompheim Village School in Cambodia, positively impacting over 300 families in the process. In 2011, CoGood Australia’s founder Gail Jackman became inspired, after hearing an address by Dr Lynn Arnold titled ‘Slumdog Engineer’. She made […]

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  • Dutch sailor Annemiek Bekkering and her crew Annette Duetz have been in action again last weekend in their 49erFX. They had a frustrating week attending the World Cup Series in  Hyères France – a week which produced the Sun (for which we envy them), but no wind. The key to a successful race under sail […]

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  • Good morning! Just now we have released Venus OS v2.15. In the previous version, PV Inverters measured with an AC Current sensor were not visible anymore. This is now fixed. To explain a little further. In the previous version, systems with an AC Current sensor (not other methods measuring PV Inverter output) meant that solar […]

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  • Good afternoon! Venus OS version v2.14 was released just now. It brings various stability improvements and bug fixes. Fix the demo mode. It was broken in v2.12 Fix Multi/Quattro Input current limit reset bug. Firmware versions 415 and later were affected. When the Multi was switched “off” and switched back “on” within 10 seconds the […]

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  • The Victoria Line – part of The London Underground Rail Network – was opened 50 years ago this year …so it’s time for a spot of re-wiring. The trouble is when you’ve turned the power off, 250 metres down a hole, things get pretty dark. The Victoria Line is one of the more ‘recent’ arteries […]

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  • Last weekend we brought you news of Annemiek Bekkering’s triumphant Gold medal win at the Princess Sofia 49-er event in Spain. She has a busy schedule coming up and we look forward to following her progress. Before all that we thought we would learn a bit more about how she prepares for these events, and […]

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  • At Victron we really like Open Source projects. Here’s one recipe from Alan Major, for his desirable camper van. Inspired by Izak Burger and his successful porting of the Venus software to a Raspberry Pi, Alan decided to investigate Victron’s open source software and communication protocols – to see what he could do to address […]

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  • Fantastic Dutch sailing news from the International sailing event 49 Trofeo S.A.R Princesa Sofia which has just been held in Mallorca, Spain, attracting 79 competing teams from all around the world. One of those teams taking part were Dutch sailors Annemiek Bekkering, and her crew Annette Duetz. They were destined for success right from day […]

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  • If you need a modest amount of ultra-reliable power, in a remote location, during an extended period of time, it’s hard to imagine a better solution than a direct methanol fuel-cell – particularly in combination with Solar Power. SFC Energy  provide ready-to-go mobile and static power plants for all kinds of interesting applications incorporating EFOY fuel […]

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  • Do you like chocolate? It’s what Easter seems to have become synonymous with, yet there is a healthier option. The trouble is chocolate tastes so good – it’s a chicken and egg situation. One company has come up with a neat alternative to all that sugar in chocolate, for those that live close to the […]

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  • Today and tomorrow (Wednesday 28th March) heralds two days of networking, exhibits and  seminars at the Sandton Convention Centre in Johannesburg for Power & Electricity World 2018. This event, at which Victron Energy are exhibiting, brings together leading companies to showcase a wide range of technologies aimed at helping transform and innovate the African energy […]

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  • Introduction This insight is part of the ‘Victron Energy people: Who is who?’ series of blogs. For a complete list of Victron Energy people in this series please see: https://www.victronenergy.com/blog/category/victron-people/ Philip Crotty My name is Philip Crotty and I live on the outskirts of Melbourne in the southern state of Victoria, Australia. I am a […]

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  • Our range of solar chargers fitted with a VE.Direct port were lacking battery voltage and temperature charge compensation. Not now! Also, today we announce the launch of Victron Energy’s Smart Battery Sense – a product to compliment the new feature. New, simple, smart …and wireless. Why do we need voltage and temperature sensing? Improves solar yield […]

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  • When Impossible Robotics – the Dutch science students competing in the global robot games organised by FIRST – arrived in Orlando, so many miles from home, their first job was to finish their incomplete robot. So it says a lot about the spirit of the games that they were helped in that endeavour by another team […]

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  • A guest blog by Victron Energy dealer Neosolar & Asolar, who are based in the Czech Republic. This off-grid system was designed with high reliability and innovative functionality in mind – using Victron Energy products to assist in achieving these goals. The system has proven itself operationally, having been originally commissioned on 12th February 2016. […]

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  • Toward the end of last year we announced the new BMV-712 Smart –  like the BMV-702 but with the addition of  Bluetooth built-in and reduced current draw. Now we have two helpful new videos explaining a little more about this ‘Smart’ product. You can read more about the BMV-712 Smart in this blog here, not […]

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  • Impossible Robotics have built their Robot – crated just in time for the Regional (qualifying) games to be held in Orlando, Florida between 8th and 10th March. The pressure was on to meet the deadline as they struggled to recruit students to participate in the build-program in order to get the robot finished by the […]

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  • A Solar Energy Seminar – the first of its kind – was held in Botswana in early February. Hosted by Victron’s Andre du Rand, some of it’s 36 delegates – engineers, installers and members of Solar Industries Association of Botswana – travelled hundreds of kilometres to learn how to program, configure, and install solar-energy systems. […]

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  • MultiGrid smooths out the risk of grid instability and energy costs by utilising energy storage and self-consumption. With Anti-Islanding built in, this makes MultiGrid approved for countries such as Germany, Austria and others – which now includes France, Belgium & Spain, along with their related certification. New approved countries The new MultiGrid certificates for France, […]

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