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EPEVER 100A MPPT Solar Directly Daily bargain sale managed store Charge Controller 12 36 Automati 48VDC 24

EPEVER 100A MPPT Solar Charge Controller 12/24/36/48VDC Automati

$431

EPEVER 100A MPPT Solar Charge Controller 12/24/36/48VDC Automati

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Product Description

Tracer AN series controller, based on multiphase synchronous rectification technology (MSRT) and advanced MPPT control algorithm, with dual-core processor architecture and common negative design, has the features of high response speed, high reliability, and high industrial standard. MSRT can very high conversion efficiency in any charge power, which sharply improves the energy efficiency of solar system; Advanced MPPT control algorithm minimize the maximum power point loss rate and loss time, to ensure the tracking efficiency, corresponding speed as well as high conversion efficiency under high or low power, so that in any situation, Tracer AN products can rapidly track the maximum power point(MPP) of PV array to obtain the maximum energy of the panel. The limitation function of the charging power and current, and automatic power reduction function fully ensure the stability when works with oversize PV modules and operate under high temperature environment.

Tracer10415AN-T-1Tracer10415AN-T-1
Tracer5415AN-T-3Tracer5415AN-T-3

  • While wiring the controller do not close the circuit breaker of fuse and make sure that the leads of "+" and "-" poles are connected correctly.
  • A fuse which current is 1.25 to 2 times the rated current of the controller, must be installed on the battery side with a distance from the battery not greater than 150 mm.
  • If the controller is to be used in an area with frequent lightning strikes or unattended area, it must be installed an external surge arrester.
  • If an inverter is to be connected to the system, connect the inverter directly to the battery, not to the load side of the controller.

  • Package List:
  • 1 x Solar Charge Controller
  • 1 x User Manual
  • 1 x MT50
  • 1 x RTS
  • 1 x RS485
Tracer 5415AN-T-5 Tracer 6415AN-T-5 Tracer 8415AN-T-5 Tracer 10415AN-T-5
Tracer5415AN+MT50+RS485+RTS Tracer6415AN+MT50+RS485+RTS Tracer8415AN+MT50+RS485+RTS Tracer10415AN+MT50+RS485+RTS
System nominal voltage 12/24/36/48VDC Auto 12/24/36/48VDC Auto 12/24/36/48VDC Auto 12/24/36/48VDC Auto
Rated charge current 50A 60A 80A 100A
Battery voltage range 8~64V 8~64V 8~64V 8~64V
Max. PV open circuit voltage 150V,138V(At25℃) 150V,138V(At25℃) 150V,138V(At25℃) 150V,138V(At25℃)
MPP voltage range (Battery voltage +2V)~108V (Battery voltage +2V)~108V (Battery voltage +2V)~108V (Battery voltage +2V)~108V
Max. PV input power 625W/12V, 1250W/24V, 1875W/36V, 2500W/48V 750W/12V, 1500W/24V, 2250W/36V, 3000W/48V 1000W/12V, 2000W/24V, 3000W/ 36V, 4000W/48V 1250W/12V, 2500W/24V, 3750W/36V, 5000W/48V
Battery Type Sealed, Gel Flooded, User and Lithium Sealed, Gel Flooded, User and Lithium Sealed, Gel Flooded, User and Lithium Sealed, Gel Flooded, User and Lithium
LCD backlight time 60S (Default) 60S (Default) 60S (Default) 60S (Default)
Recommended cable 16mm²/6AWG 16mm²/6AWG 25mm²/4AWG 35mm²/2AWG

EPEVER 100A MPPT Solar Charge Controller 12/24/36/48VDC Automati

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