LiTime 30A MPPT 12V/24V Solar Charge Controller Bluetooth Integrated

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LiTime 30A MPPT 12V/24V Solar Charge Controller Bluetooth Integrated

LiTime 30A MPPT 12V/24V Solar Charge Controller Bluetooth Integrated

C$219.99 C$199.99

LiTime 30A MPPT 12V/24V Solar Charge Controller Bluetooth Integrated

C$219.99 C$199.99

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    SPECS

    BASIC
    Default Battery Setting:
    12V LI (Lithium Iron Phosphate) Battery
    System Voltage:
    12V/24V/AUTO
    Rated Charging Current:
    30A
    Rated Load Current:
    20A
    WIRING
    Max. Solar Panel System Input Power:
    450Wfor12V/900W for 24V
    Max. Solar Input Voltage:
    100V
    Battery Voltage:
    9V to 32V
    Max. Power Point Voltage Range:
    Battery Voltage+3V to 76V

    FAQ

    Q: How many watts can a LiTime 30A solar charge controller handle?

    A:

    The LiTime 12V/24V 30A MPPT Solar Charge Controller can work with standard off-grid 12/24V solar panels with high voltage or multiple panels with voltage up to 100V. And the maximum combined input solar power is 450W for a 12V battery system or 900W for a 24V system. LiTime 12V/24V 30A MPPT Solar Charge Controller's default setting is for 12V LiFePO4 battery. But it's also compatible for 24V LiFePO4 battery, Sealed, Gel Lead-acid batteries by adjusting the parameters.

    Q: Is an MPPT too big?

    A:

    There is a practical limit though, if the solar array is too large then the power is just wasted, since the charge controller is always limiting the output. A typical recommendation is to limit the solar array to 110%-125% of the maximum controller rating.

    Q: What size of a charger controller do I need for a 30 watt solar panel?

    A:

    LiTime solar charge controllers regulate the current from the panels to a safe level so it can charge the batteries. A 30A controller is adequate for a 300 watt solar panel set up.

    Q: Does an MPPT make a battery overcharge?

    A:

    LiTime solar charge controllers use maximum power point tracking (MPPT) technology which optimize solar production and control the battery charging voltage to prevent overcharging.

    Q: What does an MPPT do when the battery is charged to full?

    A:

    When the battery voltage reaches a point where the battery charger decides that the battery is full, the charger will cut out, and stop drawing power from the MPPT controller. In other words, the battery charger will present a high impedance to the MPPT controller.

    Q: Can I connect an MPPT with an inverter directly?

    A:

    No! MPPT solar charge controllers help to flow the current efficiently into your depleted battery. If we connect an MPPT solar charge controller directly to the inverter, your soalr system can get damaged, but if not damaged, there will be zero input in the inverter. So connecting MPPTs directly to the inverter is a bad idea!

    Q: How big of a MPPT solar charge controller do I need?

    A:

    You take the total watts of the solar array divided by the voltage of the battery bank. That will give you the output current of the soalr charge controller. For example, a 1000W solar array ÷ 24V battery bank = 41.6A. The rating of the charge controller should be at least 40A.

    Q: Is MPPT better than PWM?

    A:

    MPPT controllers are generally pricier compared to PWM controllers. However, they operate more efficiently under specific conditions, enabling them to generate more power using the same quantity of solar modules than a PWM controller.

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