Solar Controllers

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Description: Rekoser MPPT Solar Controllers

Range: 12V/24V 20A/30A/40A and 12V/24V/36V/48V 45A/60A

Features:

  • 20A/30A/40A / 45A/60A MPPT Solar charge controller
  • PV Input :100V or 145V Max / PV input :145V Max
  • 12V/24V auto work / 12V/24V/36V/48V auto work
  • MPPT efficiency>99%,Peak conversion efficiency >98%
  • DSP processors architecture ensures high speed and performance
  • Four-stages charging mode
  • Protection: PV array short circuit, PV reverse polarity, Battery reverse polarity, Over charging, Output short circuit
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    RSC1224-25 MPPT Solar Controller

    MPPT Rekoser Solar Controller RSC1224-25 is an advanced Maximum Power Point Tracking MPPT controller for off-grid photovoltaic (PV) systems. The controller provides higher efficiency up to 98% with lower power loss. It’s working voltage is 12V or 24V with 25A Maximum Charging Current.

    RSC2448-60 MPPT Solar Controller

    MPPT Rekoser Solar Controller RSC2448-60 is an advanced Maximum Power Point Tracking MPPT controller for off-grid photovoltaic (PV) systems. The controller provides higher efficiency up to 98% with lower power loss. It’s working voltage is 24V or 48V with 60A Maximum Charging Current.

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