I have a problem with my mppt solar voltage regulator. I have a campervan with three 320 W solar panels (Voc 40.8 V, Vmpp 33.3 V) connected in series on the roof, and two 260 Ah, 12 V AGM batteries connected in series to get a 24 V system. I've set the correct absorption (28.5 V) and float (27.4 V) charge voltages (as per battery specs), and the MPPT regulator can handle up to 145 V Voc and has an MPPT range of 30-115 V, with up to 60 A charging current, so it should be able to handle the solar panels perfectly.
The problem is, when I move the van from a shadowed area to a well lit one, I get a two second voltage surge from the MPPT charger that goes over 30-31 V. This makes my inverter overvoltage protection trigger, cutting AC power during those two seconds. It's very annoying because when power comes back some appliances automatically turn on.
Is there anything I can do to force an upper limit on the regulator output voltage, without compromising efficiency?