30A PWM LCD Display Solar Charge Controller Regulator with USB Port 12V/24V Autoswitch


Solar Charge Controller

Solar charge controllers can increase the efficiency of a solar power system by up to 30%. They can also prolong the life of your batteries by preventing them from being overcharged or damaged by reverse current flow. In addition, solar charge controllers can provide protection against voltage surges, over-temperature conditions, and short circuits.

Wide Application

Solar power systems can be used for multiple purposes, including motorhomes, boats, water pumps, sheds, and outdoor and indoor activities.

Solar Charge Controller with LCD Display

The working status and operating data can be clearly indicated by the LCD display on this solar charge controller, which can be conveniently switched between modes and parameter configurations.

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Specifations for: 30A PWM LCD Display Solar Charge Controller Regulator with USB Port 12V/24V Autoswitch

Charge Regulator for Solar Panels

  • Battery voltage: 12V/24V
  • Charging mode: PWM
  • Max Charge current: 30A
  • Discharge current: 30A
  • Max.PV Open-Circuit Voltage: <50V
  • USB Output: 5V/2A

Solar Panel Protection

It is much safer to use in an industrial or commercial setting thanks to its built-in short-circuit protection, open-circuit protection, reverse protection, and overload protection.

Easy to Install and Operate

Firstly, connect the battery to the solar panel, and then connect the load. When disassembling, connect the load first and then connect the solar panel. Ensure that the battery voltage is higher than 10.8V.

Charge Controller for Lithium Battery

Besides lead-acid batteries, the charge regulator is also suitable for OPEN, AGM, GEL, and lithium batteries.

Why a Solar Charge Controller is Important

The primary function of a solar charge controller is to regulate the charging of the battery bank. Solar panels produce direct current (DC) electricity, which is used to charge the battery bank. However, the voltage and current produced by the solar panels vary depending on the weather conditions, time of day, and other factors. A solar charge controller ensures that the battery bank is charged at the optimal voltage and current, preventing overcharging or undercharging of the batteries.

Another important function of a solar charge controller is to protect the battery bank from damage. Overcharging can damage the batteries, reducing their lifespan and effectiveness. A solar charge controller prevents overcharging by regulating the voltage and current from the solar panels to the battery bank. In addition, a solar charge controller can also protect the battery bank from undercharging, which can also cause damage to the batteries.

Features of Solar Charge Controllers

Solar charge controllers come with a variety of features that can enhance the performance and safety of the solar power system. Some of these features include:

  1. Display: Many solar charge controllers come with a display that shows the battery voltage, solar panel voltage, and charging current. This can help you monitor the performance of the solar power system and ensure that it is operating at its optimal level.
  2. Battery Type Selector: Different battery types require different charging voltages and current. A solar charge controller with a battery type selector ensures that the battery is charged at the optimal voltage and current for its type.
  3. Temperature Sensor: Battery charging efficiency is affected by temperature. A temperature sensor in a solar charge controller ensures that the battery is charged at the optimal temperature, which can result in longer battery life.
  4. Load Control: Some solar charge controllers come with load control features, which allow you to connect a load directly to the charge controller. This can be useful in applications where the load is small and needs to be powered directly from the battery bank.
  5. Overload Protection: Overloading the solar charge controller can damage the controller and the battery bank. Solar charge controllers with overload protection features prevent damage by shutting off the charging current when the load exceeds the rated capacity of the controller.

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