MOHOO 30A 12V/24V Solar Controller LCD PWM Solar Panel Regulator Charge Controller Dual USB Port

Working Temperature: -35°C to +60°C
Self consume: ≤10mA
Float Charge: 13V(default,adjustable)
Discharge stop:10.7V(default,adjustable)
Discharge reconnect:12.6V(default,adjustable)

LCD display
PWM battery charging
All necessary protections equipped
Adjustable controlling parameter of the system
Suitable for Home, Industrial, Commercial etc.

Package included:
1 x 30A Solar Charge Controller

Product Features

  • Working Temperature: -35 to 60 Degree Battery Voltage: 12V/24V auto & Charge Current: 30A & Discharge Current: 30A
  • Overloading & Short-circuit protection. Reverse discharging & reverse-polarity protection.
  • Solar controllers are built-in electronic fused that do not require replacements. Adjustable controlling parameter of the system
  • The controller has a low failure rate and will last a long time and protected with moisture-tight coating, minimizing damage from humidity and from nesting insects.
  • Easy to set up and operate. Suitable for home, industrial, commercial, boat, car etc.

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3 Responses to MOHOO 30A 12V/24V Solar Controller LCD PWM Solar Panel Regulator Charge Controller Dual USB Port

  1. Pneumatic Panic says:

    Working Nicely. I’m using this controller with a in a stereo that I’m building for the garage from spare btis, it’s being powered by a 650watt computer PSU instead of solar panels, the initial setup was plug-n-go and fine tuning it to my needs was very simple. I’m using it to power a car stereo with two speakers and 250 watt amp connected to two 150 watt subs, I have the controller setup to shut…

  2. Don J. says:

    Stopped working after a couple weeks (short from water) I’m not sure what has exactly gone wrong, but the display has stopped functioning. Perhaps related, but there appears to only be 0.5V available on the load now. It worked great for about 2 weeks (in that it did the very basic function I purchased it for), now it doesn’t do anything.*Edit*: Looks like water got in the controller casing and shorted everything out. So looks like it was my fault it failed. This controller is not at all water resistant, so make sure it’s well covered…