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DEMUDA 50A MPPT SOLAR CHARGE CONTROLLER
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MPPT Solar charge controller, which has the Max Power Point Target function, is suitable to be used in the battery or battery packs solar energy charging and load charging control. It is suitable for off-grid solar energy system with wide voltage.
This charge controller model has a default settings for Lithium Iron (B3 mode).
MPPT Solar charge controller, combines the most advance charging technology with high-efficiency and professional battery maintenance technology, has numerous programming options, perfect protection function and intuitive LCD display.
1.The controller will automatically Check the voltage when you connect the battery with the solar controller.
2.When you Connect the positive and negative loads to the controller, please do not to reverse.
3. Please Connect the solar panels with the solar controller.
Note: Please connect solar panel and solar controller strictly to the order. Otherwise the solar charge controller Probably get Damaged. Package: 1 * Solar Charge Controller
1.How many watts (W) of solar panels can be connected to 50A?
A: 720W for 12V/ 1440W for 24V/ 2880W for 48V
2. Q: Does this controller support lithium batteries?
A: Yes, DEFAULT setting for this charger is Lithium Iron Batteries, B3 setting (Lithium Iron). Other settings are B1 for Lead Acid & B2 for Ternary Lithium Ion.
3. Q: My solar panel is 36V 200W, can I charge 12V battery?
A: Charge 12V battery, solar panel working voltage can be between 17V and 23V; For 24V battery, solar panel working voltage can be between 36V and 46V. Please confirm that the power and Solar panel working voltage the are within this range. If it’s too high, it will damage the controller.
4. Q: Can the inverter be connected to the load side of the controller?
A: Please connect the inverter directly to the battery and not to the load terminal of the controller.
5. Q: Does the controller have a requirement for battery capacity?
A: No, as long as the voltage corresponds to it (but the maximum current of the board and the battery capacity should correspond). For example, the current of the solar panel is 5 amps, the battery capacity is preferably 50 AH, the current of the solar panel is 10 A, and the battery capacity is preferably 100 AH. Do not use a large board to charge a small battery, which may be dangerous.
6. Q: How do you connect the solar panels, batteries, and controllers?
A: Please be sure to connect the battery first (to ensure that the battery is fully charged), then connect the solar panel. When disassembling, please remove the solar panel first, then remove the battery, please connect it exactly as this order, otherwise the controller and other components probably damaged.
|Dimensions||19.2 × 5.6 × 22.7 cm|