AGPtek® 30A Solar Panel Power Battery Charge Controller / Regulator 12V / 24V 30 Amp with PWM Type of Charging (Automatic Lighting Control + Time Functions)

June 24, 2013 - Comment

Specification: 1.Voltage: 12V/24V Auto Switch 2.Charge current: 30A 3.Load current: 30A 4.Empty load consumption:¡Ü6MA 5.Charge Circuit Voltage Drop:¡Ü0.26v 6.Discharge Circuit Voltage Drop:¡Ü0.15 7.Over voltage Protection:17V ,X2/24V 8.Increase Charge Voltage:14.6v,x2/24v(10min when discharging) 9.Direct Charge Voltage:14.4v,x2/24v(10min) 10.Float Charging:13.6v,x2/24v(till come down to charging recovery voltage) 11.Temperature compensation (mV/C): -5mv/¡æ/2v 12.Operating temperature: -35 ~ +55C 13.Control mode: PWM 14.Maximum

Specification:
1.Voltage: 12V/24V Auto Switch
2.Charge current: 30A
3.Load current: 30A
4.Empty load consumption:¡Ü6MA
5.Charge Circuit Voltage Drop:¡Ü0.26v
6.Discharge Circuit Voltage Drop:¡Ü0.15
7.Over voltage Protection:17V ,X2/24V
8.Increase Charge Voltage:14.6v,x2/24v(10min when discharging)
9.Direct Charge Voltage:14.4v,x2/24v(10min)
10.Float Charging:13.6v,x2/24v(till come down to charging recovery voltage)
11.Temperature compensation (mV/C): -5mv/¡æ/2v
12.Operating temperature: -35 ~ +55C
13.Control mode: PWM
14.Maximum support 720Watt (24V)
15.360Watt (12V)
16.Dimension: 140mm*95mm*34mm

How To Use?
1. Digital LED display shows the 16 lighting options (by switch with 5 seconds)
2. Number display, from 0 to 7, DC output.
3. Number display, from 0. to 7. 1Hz output.
4. Digital LED stop flash to confirm correct switch selection.
5. 10 minutes delay to make sure its real dark.

Package:
1 x 30A solar charge controller
1x Users’ Manual
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Product Features

  • With automatic lighting control and time functions.
  • Designed with a microcontroller for automatic lighting control functions.
  • 16 field adjustable lighting and timer control options.
  • Detects day and night using the PV array.
  • Suitable for all 12V /24V lamps.

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Comments

Corey340 says:

Worst Manual In The History of Manuals – But… Pros: High power handling, low price, PWM, descaler(?)Cons: Manual is jibberish, technical data incomplete, display LED has only one segment, the function button feels really cheapComments: Before I get into my commentary, a tutorial and some useful information (stuff that should have been in the manual).1 – The charge controller will manage the load automatically.2 – The minimum battery voltage must be 12.35v or the load will cut off.3 – The setting for keeping the load on (without the timer function) is 6.6 (I will call this the normal setting from here on)4 – The load indicator is always yellow (provided you have sufficient battery power)5 – The charge controller won’t work without a battery connected to it.*/TUTORIAL:The charge controller has a single digit LED mode indicator which has two states (flashing or steady) that indicate whether you are in programming mode (flashing) or display mode…

d h says:

Good Charger – Poor Users Manual This charger has been in service for over a week now. Batteries are charged every sunny day.Keep in mind, this charger will take a max of 360 watts or 30 amps of solar power at 12 volts; 720 watts or 30 amps max at 24 volts. The “Product Description” doesn’t say what size wire you can connect to this but I was able to use 8 gauge wire, no problem.It does have an LED display for lighting options (on the load side) but I haven’t tried to use it. Unless you’re very good at reading/understanding broken-English, you’ll probably have to read the little manual several times to successfully use the Lighting Control. Says it has a 30 amp load capacity.Are there better 30amp PWM charge controllers available? Yes.. but not for $25!

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