A solar charger gathers energy from your solar panels, and stores it in your batteries. The PWM controller is in essence a switch that connects a solar array to a battery. The result is that the voltage of the array will be pulled down to near that of the battery. The Victron PWM charge controller is a good low cost solution for small systems only, when solar cell temperature is moderate to high (between 45°C and 75°C).
- Liquid Crystal Display - Two 5 Volt USB outputs - Lighting control function, fully programmable - Three stage battery charging (bulk, absorption, float), fully programmable - Load output with low voltage and manual disconnect (programmable) - Load output protected against over load and short circuit - Protected against reverse polarity connection of the solar panels and/or battery
Liquid crystal display- For status monitoring and set-up
Load output- Over-discharge of the battery can be prevented by connecting all loads to the load output. The load output will disconnect the load when the battery has been discharged to a pre-set voltage. Some loads (especially inverters) can best be connected directly to the battery, and the inverter remote control connected to the load output. A special interface cable may be needed, please see the manual. The connect and disconnect voltages are adjustable.
Day/night timing of the load output- This option allows for a pre-set ON-time after dusk.
Programmable battery charge algorithm- Pre-programmed algorithms for AGM, GEL, Flooded or LiFePO4 batteries (with internal BMS only)
Two 5 Volt USB outputs- Maximum current (both outputs combined): 2A
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