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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'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 5 days ago by RedR
This compliments my other electrical charging devices perfectly. Five Stars!Published 11 days ago by John E. Touchton Sr.
Ok not DOA. My solar cell was wired backwards. I still have to test it. Updating my review. When I hooked it up to 12v, it lit up. So it might work to charge my RV battery.Published 1 month ago by Stanley R Turner
I was expecting it to come with standard solar panel molex connectors which it did not. I ended up purchasing an extension chord, cutting it and soldering it onto the ends of the... Read morePublished 1 month ago by dmcdlrn
this little charger still going strong after 3 years of constant use,,,,good buy!Published 1 month ago by wonutt
Seems to be doing a great job, open circuit voltage is about 17 and change when hooked up to the panel I'm using (open circuit voltage on that is about 22 in full sunlight) as soon... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Kurt Schultz