60A PWM LCD Display Solar Charge Controller Regulator 12V/24V Autoswitch


Solar Charge Controller

This solar charge controller is suitable for home, industrial, commercial, and other applications because it can be easily switched from mode to parameter configuration.

One of the Best Solar Charge Controller for Lithium Batteries

In addition to supporting lead-acid/gel/flooded sealed batteries, the 60A solar charge controller is supporting lithium batteries, which is pretty unique on the market.

Safe use

This 60A solar charge controller provides overcharge, over-discharge, over-load, short-circuit, and reverse-current protection to improve photovoltaic system safety and battery longevity.

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Features & Specifications
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Specifations for: 60A PWM LCD Display Solar Charge Controller Regulator 12V/24V Autoswitch

Charge Controller for Solar Panel

  • Battery voltage: 12V/24V
  • Charging mode: PWM
  • Battery Type: AGM, SLA, GEL, Li
  • Max Charge current: 60A
  • Max.PV Open-Circuit Voltage: <55V
  • Max Battery Voltage : <34V

Solar Charge Controller Settings

Temperature compensation occurs automatically when charging. The buttons are simple to operate and charge-discharge control variables may be changed. The intelligent chip built into this system allows you to control the light, timing, and other functions. You can monitor the operation of the solar panels and batteries by looking at the LCD display.


The high-quality aluminum alloy base efficiently dissipates heat, and the grill design allows for excellent ventilation. The U-shaped connector makes it water-resistant and easy to connect.

Solar Charge Controller Benefits

  1. Battery Protection: Solar charge controllers protect the battery from overcharging, which can damage or reduce the lifespan of the battery. They also prevent deep discharge, which can also damage the battery. This ensures that the battery is charged and discharged at the optimal levels, resulting in longer battery life.
  2. Efficient Charging: Solar charge controllers ensure that the solar panels are operating at their maximum efficiency by regulating the voltage and current from the solar panels to the battery bank. This results in faster and more efficient charging of the battery, especially in low light conditions.
  3. Energy Savings: A solar charge controller can result in energy savings over the long term by ensuring that the solar power system is operating at its maximum efficiency. This can result in lower electricity bills and a smaller carbon footprint.

Choosing the Right Solar Charge Controller

When choosing a solar charge controller, it is important to consider the size of your solar power system and the type of battery you will be using. Here are some factors to consider:

  1. Solar Panel Voltage: The voltage of the solar panels must match the voltage of the charge controller. Make sure to check the specifications of both before purchasing.
  2. Charging Current: The charging current of the charge controller must be sufficient to charge the battery bank. Make sure to check the specifications of the battery bank before purchasing.
  3. Battery Type: Different types of batteries require different charging voltages and currents. A solar charge controller with a battery type selector ensures that the battery is charged at the optimal voltage and current for its type.
  4. 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.
  5. 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.

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