Its construction is designed for small island solar systems. To charge a 12V battery, the solar panel must have 36 cells, or to charge a 24V battery, the panel must have 72 cells and a maximum current of up to 30A.
With a 12V battery, a maximum panel with a power of up to 360Wp can be connected in parallel.
With a 24V battery, a maximum panel with a power of up to 720Wp can be connected
The advantage is very simple and undemanding installation and reliable operation.
Built-in clear LCD display
For status monitoring and parameter setting.
Power supply for DC appliances
Excessive discharge of the battery can be prevented by connecting all DC loads to the DC output of the controller (terminal on the right).
The DC output disconnects the load when the battery is discharged to the preset voltage. It automatically reconnects the load when the battery is at least partially charged.
The connection and disconnection voltages are adjustable.
Do not connect a voltage converter to the DC output - connect it directly to the battery.
Programmable battery charging algorithm
Pre-programmed algorithms for AGM, GEL, liquid or LiFePO4 lead-acid batteries (only batteries with internal BMS)
Two 5 volt USB outputs
You can easily use the USB output, for example, to charge your mobile phone, etc.
Maximum current (both outputs in combination): 2A
1. Connect the battery - plus and minus.
2. Connect the solar field - plus and minus.
3. Connect the load - plus and minus.
When uninstalling, the reverse order applies.
Failure to do so may damage the BlueSolar PWM charge controller!
1. Before the first installation, make sure that the battery is charged.
2. The battery cable should be as short as possible to minimize losses.
3. The controller is only suitable for lead and LiFePO4 batteries.
4. The charge controller is only suitable for controlling solar panels. Never
do not connect another charging source to the solar controller.
Detailed technical information can be found in the enclosed technical sheet and instructions.