Honestly, I will LOVE to use the Xantrex Built-in charger, it's automated, has 120amp charging capacity, and it's free. Its just that when I was researching, people told me Xantrex PROsine 3.0 is a great Inverter/charger, but back in 2000s, and it is only designed for lead-acid battery, and it's charging voltage doesn't fit lifepo4 battery chemistry. That is why I decided to just use it as inverter only.
Looking at the
Xantrex operating manual, this is its charging voltage:
As I read online, People recommend to charge Lifepo4 battery, keeping bulk and absorption voltage @ 14.4 V, while a float is unnecessary, but if so, just keep floating voltage under 13.6 V.
Sadly, the Xantrex Charger, cannot be adjusted to fit for Lifepo4, this is the reason why I decided to buy an additional 120vac charger.
With the above details, do you still recommend using the Xantrex to charge my Lifepo4?
Also I have another question, what exactly do you mean the BMS will take care of the charging?