CC02 Solar 12v / 24v MPPT Charge Controller

CC02 Solar 12v / 24v MPPT Charge Controller

Brand: Solar Illuminations
Product Code: CC02
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Price: £129.99
Description

This MPPT type charge controller is suitable for 12 volt or 24 volt DC panels. Maximum rating is 20 Amps. Typically at least 30% more efficient than regular PWM charge controllers.

Far more efficient than a regular PWM solar charge controller. This programmable control module regulates and manages the solar panel power, battery power, and controls charging. It is easy to install and can be used on 12 volt or 24 volt systems.

 
Technical Specifications
 

CHARGE CONTROLLER/TIMER (PROGRAMMABLE CONTROL MODULE)
Use on System Voltage of 12v or 24v dc.
Maximum power point tracking (MPPT) type charge controller.
This is only an MPPT Solar Charge Controller and must be used in conjunction with a load activator for example a timer, switch, or motion sensor.
The compact control module has LED indicators to display status, input connections for solar panel and batteries and output connections for the lamp.
Accepts and controls GEL and AGM sealed lead acid type (VRLA) batteries.
Accepts off-grid solar module arrays of 12v, 24v, or 36v configuration (max Voc must not exceed 75v).
Automatic adaption to ambient temperature conditions.
Safety features for short circuit and reverse polarity protection of battery and lamp inputs.
Automatic battery voltage recognition.
Allows for full battery optimization.
Float voltage for 12v system is 13.7v dc or for a 24v system it is 27.4v dc.
Low voltage disconnect regulated by state of charge or voltage.
Low voltage disconnect for 12v system 11.4 ~ 11.9 or 24v system is 22.8 ~ 23.8v dc controlled by state of charge.
Reconnect voltage for 12v system 12.6v or 24v system 25.6v dc.
Dimensions approx. 6" x 4.5" x 2" (15.2 cm x 11.3 cm x 4.7 cm) LxWxD.
Ambient temperature range -40 deg C ~ +50 deg C (-40 deg F ~ +122 deg F).
Maximum nominal input power 12v configuration 200 Watts or 24v configuration 400 Watts.
Maximum input voltage: 75v (Open Circuit) defined by lowest expected ambient temperature.

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