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SOLE MPPT regulator tracer 10A, 1215A


Voltage 12 / 24V
Maximum current 10A
Weight 0.55kg
Dimensions 156x97x68mm


Solar regulators

Solar regulators transfer the energy produced in solar modules to DC buses from which
the battery is being charged and DC power is being supplied. According to the energy losses during this transmission, solar is
regulators can be divided into two groups:

a) Regulators that cannot charge the battery and supply the consumers with a current higher than the current of the solar modules

Almost all regulators present on the market today fall into this group. Solar modules in the system with
these regulators never operate with the maximum possible power because the regulator is forcibly lowered
module voltage to the amount of battery voltage. The energy that remains unused is higher the more the battery
empty (because then the difference between the voltage at which the modules produce the most and the battery voltage
becomes larger). It is when energy is most needed that the greatest energy losses that can occur occur
amount to over 30% of the total energy that solar modules can produce.

b) Regulators that can charge the battery and supply consumers with electricity that is up to 50% higher than the current of solar modules

This technology is called MPPT (Maximum Power Point Tracking) and is until recently due to its high cost
applied only to larger solar systems. With the fall in electronics prices, it has recently been applied
MPPT regulators have become cost effective on small systems as well.

MPPT regulators at their input always maintain the voltage of the solar modules at the amount at which it is
module power maximum possible. The voltage of the solar module for maximum power is always higher than the voltage
batteries. The controller actually acts as a transformer connected between the solar modules and the battery. At
power transfer from the module to the battery, the charging current increases in proportion to the decrease
voltage. The increase in charging current compared to other types of regulators is the larger the battery
empty (more full when more needed). 

An additional advantage of MPPT controllers is that they can work with modules of completely non-standard voltages.
In addition, it is possible to operate solar modules and batteries whose voltages vary in the same system. 

Our offer includes regulators from both groups, covering the entire voltage range
module 12V-140V, battery voltage 12V-60V and charging current per regulator 5A-60A.

SOLE MPPT regulator tracer 10A, 1215A

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