|Item Weight||8.8 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||5.3 x 3.6 x 3.2 inches|
|Item model number||60031|
|Manufacturer Part Number||60031|
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Sunforce 60031 10 Amp Digital Charge Controller
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- Protects battery from overcharge and discharge
- Handles up to 10 Amps of array current and 150 Watts of solar power
- Maintains 12V batteries in a fully charged state
- LCD digital display shows battery voltage
- Small and compact for added convenience
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The Sunforce 10 Amp Digital Charge Controller is the perfect solution to prevent the overcharging of 12V batteries. It protects the battery from both overcharge and discharge. This product is for use with 12 Volt solar panels and batteries only. The unit handles up to 10 Amps of array current, and 150 watts of solar power. With an LCD digital display, this unit also allows for completely maintenance free protection of solar panels and batteries and maintains the battery’s voltage.
The Sunforce 10 Amp Digital Charge Controller is the perfect solution to prevent the overcharging of 12V batteries. It protects the battery from both overcharge and discharge. This product is for use with 12 Volt solar panels and batteries only. The unit handles up to 10 Amps of array current, and 150 Watts of solar power. With an LCD digital display, this unit also allows for completely maintenance-free protection of solar panels and batteries and maintains the battery’s voltage.
Key Component of a Solar System Over 15 Watts
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.
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This is the solar panel I bought http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B004OZDI7O/ref=wms_ohs_product
I love this system; I wish I would have known about these systems a long time ago. I thought that solar systems were complex and you had to have someone knowledgeable to install them. NO WAY!!!
Simple systems like these save an incredible amount of money and are VERY easy to install.
I installed the flotec water tank bladder that I bought on amazon also to store pressurized water so the 12v water pump doesn't have to turn on every time I turn on the water.
This is the bladder I bought (I have 2 of them connected to each other) http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0002YWTO4/ref=wms_ohs_product
I don't have to do a thing to maintain this Charge Controller; it just does it's job like it's supposed to. Wish I could say the same for the ex; know what I mean? Woooooooooo Hooooooooooooo
Having made that change, the controller has since worked as expected. So only 3 stars for the mismarked wires.
Second time, I set it up to charge my batteries, I came home and it said "1". So I unhooked it gave it time to reset,then hooked it up.... And, it lost its mind putting out a rolling display and stopped charging all together... Then it went blank.
This gives a nice display of the battery voltage, and the status of the solar panel (Charging, float, insufficient power). It is very set and forget.