Victron Lynx Shunt VE.Can
The Lynx shunt contains a positive bus-bar with space to mount a CNN fuse and a negative bus-bar with a shunt. It also contains battery monitoring electronics. The Lynx shunt can send via the VE.CAN bus battery monitoring information to a CCGX or VGX or to a third-party CANbus monitoring system, such as an NMEA2000. The CCGX, VGX, or third-party display acts as a battery monitor display and is also used to set up the built-in battery monitor. The Lynx shunt is available with a VE. Can connection. A previous model had a VE.Net connection and is now discontinued.
CIP140325000 – Fuse CNN 325A/80V for Lynx shunt, or alternatively, CNN fuses by Littelfuse can be used. The CNN fuse is a 48 Vdc fast blow fuse and is available up to 800A.
Rated at 1000 A
Setup is like setting up a BMV and this is done via the CCGX or VGX.To find out the meaning of the various settings, please see the BMV manual. Please don’t use the 2-pin terminal block on the Lynx-shunt.
To change the battery instance, there is a program available to change this but as the default is 0, which is the same as what a CCGX reads. Victron advises not changing this.