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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.
works well as a car battery charger. enclosure not designed for outdoor use.Published 16 days ago by Stephen H. Bennett
Using this with 100w panel to charge a deep cycle battery in an RV. Works as promised. My voltmeter shows it cuts off at 14.2 VDC and kicks on at 13 VDCPublished 1 month ago by David K
Magical! it just works - very easy instructions, plug and play, keeps your batteries fresh, it wont let them over chargePublished 1 month ago by Areche
I've used this controller for over a year now. On more than off the most part, with different configurations of panel(s) and discharging. Read morePublished 1 month ago by RedR
This compliments my other electrical charging devices perfectly. Five Stars!Published 1 month ago by John E. Touchton Sr.