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What is Solar Charge Controller ?

What is Solar Charge Controller  ?


In order to protect the battery and prevent overcharging, most of the solar power generation systems include a charge controller. Its most basic function is to cut off the charging current when the battery is full. Since the charging characteristics of various batteries are different, it should The battery type selects the charge controller used.


Product description 
60A for 1, 12, 24, 36, 48V batteries


2. MPPT provides the maximum available power from the PV array to the battery pack, generating more than 30% more power than the PWM charge controller


3. Integrated PV ground fault protection


4. Convection cooling design - no fan required


5. Optional two-level or three-level charging algorithm, and manual equalization to the maximum system performance


6. Two-line, 26-character liquid crystal digital display (LCD) and four buttons for configuration and system monitoring in stand-alone applications


RS485 RJ45 to USB Converter for M100 G100 frequency inverter 


Cable RS485 USB for Solar charge controller and inverter 


Solar charge controller Cable RS485 USB


M100 G100 frequency inverter cable



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