This was a pretty great moment. After figuring out Victron’s nomenclature for configuring inverter virtual groups, I got this display from the Venus GX. Not shown is the programming software screens, but you get the idea.
This was the first time that the batteries had taken on electrical charge since I had disassembled them from the OEM Nissan enclosure.
Note that L2 from grid is 0 Watts, due to the fact I only have a 30 Amp shore connector outside at the house. If I had a 50 Amp shore power source, both legs would be powered up, and I would have considerably more power available for use.