60A MPPT Solar Charge Controller
60A LCD 24V Off grid MPPT Solar Charge Controller
60A MPPT solar charge controller
1.Product introduction of the 60A MPPT solar charge controller
MPPT2460D Solar Charge Controller is used for charging the battery through solar panel power. Work with MPPT charge mode, high efficiency charging the battery with a science way, and also prolong the solar panel and battery's lift time.
2.Product parameter (specification) of 60A MPPT solar charge controller
Working voltage of the battery
Maxium. Module/charge current
Own consumption, active
Own consumption, standby
Own consumption with load connected
PV over voltage protection
Constant voltage charge
Low disconnect voltage
Low reconect voltage
RS232 communication interface
Yellow box: 6pcs/CTN, 39.5*28*34.5cm
1*60A Solar Charge Controller
3.Product feature and application of 60A MPPT solar charge controller
-Multiple load control modes: menu control, ON/OFF
-Advanced Maximum Power Point Tracking (MPPT) technology, with efficiency up to 99.9%. And Wide MPPT operating voltage range.
-High tracking efficiency can be up to 99.9%
-Multi-function LCD displays system information intuitively
Various external factors in the working environment of photovoltaic cells can affect the performance of photovoltaic cells, such as light intensity, ambient temperature, and spectral response. Photovoltaic cell output characteristics can be expressed in the form of curves, according to the different ordinate, divided into I-V and P-V characteristics. Under certain conditions, the corresponding relationship between voltage and current at both ends of a photovoltaic cell forms a curve in rectangular coordinates, which is called the volt-ampere characteristic curve of the photovoltaic cell, ie, the I-V curve. It can be seen that this I-V curve has a highly non-linear characteristic, so there is a maximum power output problem. In the P-V characteristic curve, it can be seen that as the terminal voltage gradually increases from zero, the output power rises and then falls, indicating that there is a terminal voltage value, and the maximum power output can be obtained in the vicinity thereof, which illustrates the same problem as the I-V curve.