EPEVER 100A MPPT Charge Controller 48v 36v 24v 12v Auto, 100A Solar Panel Charge Controller MPPT Max Input 1250-5000W Negative Ground Solar Regulator, for Lead-Acid AGM Sealed Gel Flooded Battery


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EPEVER 100A MPPT Charge Controller PARAMETER :
System: 12/24/36/48VDC Auto
Rated charge current and discharge current: 100A
Max. PV open circuit voltage: 150V
Rated charge Power: 1250W-5000W (1250W/12V, 2500W/24V, 3750W/36V, 5000W/48V)
Grounding: Common Negative
Battery Input:8V~68V
Battery Type: Sealed(Default) / Gel / Flooded / User
Temperature compens:-3mV/℃/2V(Default)
Ambient temperature range: -25℃~+60℃(Derate above 45℃)
LCD backlight time: 60S(Default)
Recommended cable: 35mm2 (2AWG)
Dimension:394×242×143mm
Weight: 7.4kg

FEATURE:
1.High quality & low failure rate components of ST and Infineon to ensure the product’s life
2.Advanced MPPT technology & ultra-fast tracking speed is up to 99.5%.
3.Maximum DC/DC transfer efficiency is as high as 98.7%
4.Auto control system to limit the charging power & current go over the rated value.
5.Real-time energy recording and statistical function
6.Battery temperature compensation function.
7.Isolated RS-485 with 5VDC/200mA to protect output for no power devices with MODBUS protocol
8.Support up to 8 units in parallel to expand system

PROTECTION:
PV Over Current/power
PV Short Circuit
PV Reverse Polarity
Night Reverse Charging
Battery Over Voltage
Battery Over Discharge
Battery Overheating
Controller Overheating
TVS High Voltage Transients

PACKAGE Including
1 X 100Amp mppt charge controller
1 X Battery voltage Sensor Terminal
1 X Load Control Delay Terminal
1 X Local Temperature Sensor
1 X English User manual

Orders from Feb 6th, 2019, the package was changed from the original 10415AN to the set, adding the MT50 meter head and temperature probe and communication cable (Package include:10415AN+MT50+TS-R+RS485, and the price will be higher)

  • Tracer AN series MPPT Charge Controller: 12V/24V/36V/48V Auto identifying system volt. Auto control system to limit the charging power & current go over the rated value.
  • 100 amp Charge Controller Max Input Solar Panel Power: 1250W/12V, 2500W/24V, 3750W/36V, 5000W/48V. Max input Voltage: 150V. Real-time energy recording and statistical.
  • 100A Solar Controller MPPT support for 4 type Battery charging: Lead-acid (Sealed, AGM, Gel, Flooded) and User (Not for Lithium). Battery temperature compensation function to ensure the controller’s life.
  • RS-485 communication bus interface and Modbus communication protocol, available to meet various communication requirements in different situations.
  • Solar Regulator Mppt can be widely used for various applications, e.g. solar RV, household system and industrial field monitoring, etc.

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