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The Sunforce 60012 7 Amp Charge Controller prevents overcharging and discharging of 12 Volt batteries. It is intended for use with 12 Volt solar panels and maintains 12 Volt batteries in a fully charged state. It can handle up to 7 amps of array current and up to 105 watts of solar power. The controller is easy to use with a yellow charging light that indicates that your battery is charging, and a green light that indicates a fully charged battery.
A charge controller is a very important feature of a solar system and must be used on all systems over 15 Watts. A charge controller protects your batteries from overcharge and discharge. Charge controllers are the maintenance free protection of your solar panel and batteries.
A charge controller monitors the battery’s state-of-charge to insure that when the battery needs change-current, it gets it, and also insures the battery isn’t overcharged. Connecting a solar panel to a battery without a regulator seriously risks damaging the battery and potentially causing a safety concern.
Charge controllers are rated based on the amount of amperage they can process from a solar array.
I expected this charge controller to last a little longer than a year but it didn't. Opened it up and found corroded board. Read morePublished 7 days ago by Mr. Powers
This is mated to a Group 24 deep cycle marine battery and a 50W solar panel on an 18' sailboat. The indicator lights tell me when the battery is either "fully charged" or... Read morePublished 12 days ago by Paul A. Skinner
Second controller I ordered in two months that turned out to be bad product! Giving up on ordering 12 volt controllers. 100 percent on defective products. Read morePublished 13 days ago by Walter Joe Howard
Was expecting a terminal strip with screws, but leads are soldered to the circuit board, instead.Published 18 days ago by Robert Dell