Sunix 20A 12V/24V Solar Charge Controller Charge Regulator Intelligent , USB Port Display Overload Protection Temperature Compensation

Specifications :
Color : Black
Material : Plastic
Rated Voltage : 12V / 24V (Auto Switch)
Max. Charge/Discharge Current : 20A
Max. Solar Panel Input Voltage : ≤50V
Stop Charge Voltage : 14.7V/29.4V
Low Voltage Recovery : 12.2V/24.4V
Low Voltage Protection : 10.5V/21.0V
USB Output Voltage/Current : 5V 2A
No Load Loss : =10mA
Temperature Compensation : -3mV/Cell/℃
Operation Temperature : -20℃ ~60℃
Item Size : 13.3* 7 * 2.5cm
Item Weight : 120g~152g

Protection :
1. Over-load protection
2. Short circuit protection
3. Lightning protection
4. Under-voltage protection
5. Over-charging protection
6. Reverse Polarity protection

Package Includes :
1 X Solar Charge Controller
1 X Instruction Manual

Product Features

  • Battery Voltage: 12V/24V, auto & Charge Current: 20A & Discharge Current: 20A
  • Adopts double MOS series circuit control makes the voltage loss dropped by 50%. With the PWM fuzzy control in charging, the charge efficiency is improved a lot.
  • With Over-load protection & Lightning protection & Under-voltage protection & Over-charging protection & Reverse Polarity protection & Short circuit protection.
  • Wide LCD screen display . users can select the proper working mode based on the different conditions.
  • Easy to set up and operate. Available for DC lamp and phone charging. Suitable for home, industrial, commercial etc.

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2 Responses to Sunix 20A 12V/24V Solar Charge Controller Charge Regulator Intelligent , USB Port Display Overload Protection Temperature Compensation

  1. Alex F. says:

    Does a lot for the money For the money, this unit does much more than an item you could build yourself. The display, however, is not backlit, and is inverted (black on white) from the unit shown. Also setting various parameters (like setting when the load can go ON/OFF) is very confusing; I will try to update with instructions after I get some experience with it. This is neither a boost controller nor an MPPT; your panel has to have more voltage than the battery. Make sure you get the appropriate model for Li-Ion or…

  2. R. Henry says:

    Excellent