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32 Maximum Power Point Tracking Solar Charge Controllers by Solar Converters

Solar Converters, Inc. - Maximum Power Point
Tracking charge controllers - made in Canada.

We also stock a wide selection other items from Solar Converters,
please our 40 Solar Converters, Inc. Products  page to find what you need.

Maximum Power Point Tracking charge contollers offer
some advantages over conventional charge controllers.

The most widely known advantage is an increase in useable power going into
your batteries from a photovoltaic array.

When a photovoltaic module is connected in a system which has a battery, the
battery acts as a limiter to the voltage output of the array.
This is one of the reasons you see two voltages listed on the back of your
solar panel.
One voltage is the open circuit voltage, this is the voltage output the panel will
produce under full sun when you connect a volt meter to it.
As soon as a battery(s) or load is introduced into the system the voltage drops
to the operating voltage or less.
An MPPT charge controller "fools" the panels into producing a higher voltage
by "eliminating" their view of the battery(s) in the system.
This way they operate on their maximum power point voltage.
This allows more power to go into the battery(s), up to 30% in some instances.

A more important advantage of MPPT to many people is that it allows you to use
an array with a higher voltage output than the operating voltage of the battery
system.

For instance, if the array has to be placed a great distance away from the charge
controller and battery, the wire size must be very large to reduce the voltage drop.
With an MPPT controller, you can wire your array for 24 or 48 volts (depending on
the controller and your panels) and bring the power into a 12 or 24 volt battery
system.
This greatly reduces the wire size needed while retaining the full output of the
array.  
With the cost of heavy gauge wire, this can be a significant savings.

One of the stand-alone systems at our location is comprised of four
Solarex Millenium 48 volt / 43 watt modules.
These are combined in parallel below the rack in a fused disconnect.
From there, the wire run to the back of the building is about 100 feet to
an outdoor disconnect.
Inside the disconnect is a Solar Converters mod. PT 48 - 8B 12/24
charge controller which steps the voltage down to 24 volts to feed
a 24 volt gel cell battery bank to supply a 24 volt true sine wave inverter
and 24 volt interior lighting.
The voltage drop on the long wiring run is minimal as the controller
allows the modules to operate at, or near their open circuit voltage of
103 volts d.c.

A few of our customers, due to trees or terrain, have wiring runs
of up to 300 feet.
When you can not mount the modules close to your batteries this
is the only way to set up a successful system.

Many people have gotten deals on photovoltaic
modules with odd output voltages.
Some of these panels were designed strictly for
a specific grid-tie application and many have
high wattage ratings.
This is most common in "24 volt" and "48 volt"
panels.
If your modules do not have a standard voltage
please call us at (562) 423 - 4879 or call
Solar Converters at (519) 824 - 5272, to have an
MPPT controller set up to your panel voltage at the
factory.
There is no extra cost for this but as they would not
ship from our standard inventory the lead time can
be three to four weeks.

If you are not sure, just call us.


For more information about Maximum Power Point Tracking
charge controllers please click onto the following link:

We stock the following MPPT charge controllers but can special
order any of the Solar Converters, Inc. controllers.
It takes from seven to fourteen days for us to get them in.

These charge controllers carry a one year factory warranty.

Everything priced on this page is in stock
and ships from our location in Kingman, Arizona.

We ship Monday through Friday.


 

solar converters pt-12/24-13605tc maximum power point photovoltaic charge controller  pt36-5tc indicators

Model # PT 12/24-10 TC

This simple to use MPPT controller allows you to do any one of the
following:

charge a 24 volt battery(s) from a 24 volt array
charge a 12 volt battery(s) from a 24 volt array
charge a 12 volt battery(s) from a 12 volt array

Supplies 15 to 30% (depending on conditions) more current into discharged
batteries than a conventional controller.
Has overvoltage protection of output at float level.
Specifications:
Input voltage: 0 to 50 volt d.c.
Input current: 0-10 amps nominal (0-5 for 12 volt charging & 0-10 for 24 volt charging)
Output voltage: factory set at 13.8 / 28.2 volt
Output current: 10 amps continuous (provided sufficient solar power available)
self consumption while charging = 0.02 amps
self consumption while at rest = 0.01 amps
setpoint tolerance (+/-) = 5%
efficiency = 96%
Dimensions & weight:
3.0" by 2.0" by 0.9"
app. 5 ounces
Connections:
Power: battery and pv - 16 ga. leads
Setup: jumper selectable for 12/24 battery and/or panel operation
Operating temperature:
- 40 to + 60 degrees C
Humidity:
0 to 90% non-condensing
These can also be ordered in special voltages for non lead-acid
battery use.


It also has a temperature compensation sensor which adjusts charging
voltage to compensate for battery temperature changes.
There are two led indicators, one shows charging and the other shows
battery full.

Solar Converters builds their products to order.
The build time and shipping time can run three to five
weeks.
Because of this, we will show our daily inventory on hand,
here at our location in Kingman, Arizona.

Currently we have 3 in stock.

PRICE: ( PT 12/24 - 10 TC )               $ 109.50 each

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solar converters pt-12/24-13605tc maximum power point photovoltaic charge controller  pt36-5tc indicators

Model # PT 36 - 5

For charging a 36 volt battery bank from a 36 volt array.

Input Voltage = 0 to 80 volts d.c. PV array, approx. 45 volt nominal operating
Input Current = 0 to 5 amps nominal
Output Voltage = factory set at 42.0 volts
Output Current = 5 amps continuous (provided there is sufficient solar power)
Efficienty = greater than 94% over 20% charging load
Temperature Range = - 40 deg. C to + 60 deg. C

An external blocking diode is NOT needed.
"No user load" overvoltage regulates output to "float" voltage even with
no battery connected.
Has charging and battery full indicators.
Dimensions: 4-7/8" long (including mounting tabs on the ends) by 2-1/4" wide by 2" tall.

These are very popular for use with a solar charged 36 volt golf carts.

Solar Converters builds their products to order.
The build time and shipping time can run three to five
weeks.
Because of this, we will show our daily inventory on hand,
here at our location in Kingman, Arizona.

Currently we have 1 in stock.

PRICE: ( PT 36 - 5 )                     $ 105.00 each

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Model # PT 48 - 5

For charging a 48 volt battery bank from a 48 volt array.

Input Voltage = 0 to 100 volts d.c. PV array, approx. 65 volt nominal operating
Input Current = 0 to 5 amps nominal
Output Voltage = factory set at 56.0 volts
Output Current = 5 amps continuous (provided there is sufficient solar power)
Efficienty = greater than 94% over 20% charging load
Temperature Range = - 40 deg. C to + 60 deg. C

An external blocking diode is NOT needed.
"No user load" overvoltage regulates output to "float" voltage even with
no battery connected.

Dimensions: app. 4-7/8" long (including mounting tabs on the ends) by 2-1/4" wide by
2" tall.

Solar Converters builds their products to order.
The build time and shipping time can run three to five
weeks.
Because of this, we will show our daily inventory on hand,
here at our location in Kingman, Arizona.
Currently we have 2 in stock.

PRICE: ( PT 48 - 5 )                               $ 95.00 each

The following PayPal shopping cart accepts all major
credit cards, e-checks and PayPal accounts - you do not
need to be a PayPal member to use this cart. Shipping
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ship Monday through Friday) or UPS Ground (we ship UPS
one day a week) - it will show you the shipping cost for
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Remote Temperature Sensor

Currently we have None in stock

TC-2 ( SC - TC - 2 )  No due in date.<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<

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To set the float voltage, start with a fully charged battery. Connect the
photovoltaic module(s), charge controller and battery as shown in the
instruction manual. Using a digital voltmeter, measure the output voltage
of the controller while adjusting the internal pot. The battery must be
fully charged for the controller to go into float mode. For more information
please contact Solar Converters, Inc.
As always, wear eye protection when working on or around
batteries.  


 
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Back to Top   1 Site Search - Quick Index   |    2 The Realities of Purchasing On-Line   |    3 Why Do Business With Us?   |    4 Distributor of IOTA Engineering, Quick Cable and Thin-Lite products   |    5 Photovoltaics,Batteries, Cable and Wire   |    6 Lumen Outputs of Compact Fluorescent and Incandescent Lights   |    7 48 volt D.C. fluorescent lights   |    8 Low Voltage DC Lights   |    9 Why buy Thin-Lite lights?   |   10 Thin-Lite Emergency Survival Disaster LED lights   |   11 DC Compact Fluorescent Screw-in Ballasts & Tubes   |   12 Educational Pages On This Site.   |   13 Balanced Battery Charging and Dis-Charging by IOTA   |   14 Portable & Emergency Fluorescent Light by Flexcharge   |   15 DC Fluorescent Inverter Ballasts by IOTA Engineering and Montana Light     |   16 Charge Controller Musings   |   17 Bogart Engineering SC-2030 Solar Charge Controller   |   18 PV Solar charge controllers with night lighting load by Flexcharge   |   19 Thinlite Indoor Fluorescent Lights   |   19 A - LED Lighting by Thin-Lite   |   20 Thinlite Outdoor Lights   |   21 Thinlite Replacement Ballasts   |   22 Thinlite Replacement Lens - Diffusers   |   23 Thinlite DC Lighting Products   |   24 DC Lighting   |   Glossary of Alternative Energy Terms   |   25 Parallel and Series Battery Bank Information   |   26 What we sell and why.   |   27 Amps Volts and Watts   |   CHARGE CONTROLLERS   |   28 Emergency and Disaster Preparedness Notes   |   29 Photovoltaic Module & System Wiring - Setting Up A PV System   |   30 Wind - Hydro - Solar Charge Controllers by Flexcharge   |   31 Water and Air Heating Diversion Loads for Charge Controllers   |   32 Maximum Power Point Tracking Solar Charge Controllers by Solar Converters   |   33 Solar Converters, Inc. Charge & Lighting Controllers   |   34 SES Flexcharge Solar Single or Dual Battery Charge Controllers   |   35 Thin-Lite ballast replacement installation guide   |   36 Solar Converters Special Solar and Battery Charging Equipment   |   37 TriMetric Battery System Monitors and Deltec Co. shunts   |   38 Timers,Linear Current Boosters,Photoswitch,Voltage Controlled Switches   |   39 Battery Desulphator by Solar Converters, Inc.   |   40 Solar Converters, Inc. Products   |   41 SES Flexcharge Products   |   42 QuickCable links to instock products   |   43 Thin-Lite products we stock     |   44 DC Fuse & Circuit Breaker Types & Installation   |   45 Switches - DC rated wall switches   |   46 IOTA Engineering IQ4 Smart Charge Controller Owners Manual   |   47 Our own alternative energy systems   |   48 DC Fuses, Holders & Fuse Blocks   |   49 Class T- DC Fuses & Fuse Blocks   |   50 ANN - ANL - CNL DC Fuses & Fuse Blocks   |   51 Inverter Cable and Overcurrent Protection Guide   |   52 Installation and trouble shooting low voltage d.c. lighting   |   53 Diodes - Blocking & Bypass, What do they do?   |   54 Low Voltage D.C. Lighting Tips   |   55 Your On-Line Privacy   |   56 Special Order Lenses for Thin-Lite Fluorescent Lights   |   57 Thin-Lite Special Order replacement ballasts   |   58 Special Order Lenses for Thin-Lite LED Lights   |   BATTERY POST & TERMINAL CONNECTIONS,  ADAPTERS AND BATTERY ACCESSORIES   |   59 Battery Post Marine Conversions & Terminal Extensions   |   60 Battery Post Connectors Conversions Adapters Repair   |   61 Battery Terminal & Post - Cable Lug Covers & Protectors   |   62 Heat Shrink Tubing & Cable Lugs by QuickCable       |   63 Cable Lugs - Compression Connectors - No Crimping & No Soldering   |   64 Heavy Duty Cast Copper Connectors - Lugs   |   65 Cable Lugs - Copper Connectors  - by Quick Cable - MAX   |   66 Cable Lugs - Magna Lug Heavy Duty & Fusion by QuickCable   |   67 Anderson SB Connectors   |   68 Anderson SB Connector Accessories   |   69 Solar Converters Special Order Items   |   70 Thin-Lite LED and Fluorescent Comparisons   |   71 Overview of Our Photovoltaic Systems   |   72 Iota Engineering Battery Chargers / Converters     |   73 SAE Connectors, Plugs, Sockets & Cords   |   74 IOTA Engineering inverter ballasts   |   75 DC to DC Voltage Converters & Dimmers by Solar Converters   |   76 Universal Generator Starter switch by Solar Converters   |   77 Stranded vs Solid Wire in low voltage systems   |   78 IOTA Engineering Power and Lighting products   |   79 Thin-Lite Ballast Wiring Layouts   |   80 Wire & Cable Gauges and Information   |   81 TriMetric 2030 and SC-2030 Wiring Layout   |   82 DC to DC Voltage Converters   |   83 TriMetric 2030 Battery Monitor Features   |   84 IOTA Engineering DLS Battery Charger Features   |   85 Lighting Systems   |   86 Practical Alternative Energy Applications   |   87 Portable  and Emergency Power Systems   |   88 Custom Cables   |   89 Thin-Lite Special Order Fluorescent Models & Pricing   |   90 Resources for Disaster & Emergency Preparedness   |   91 Thin-Lite Special Order LED Light Models & Pricing   |   93 My solar / photovoltaic history   |   94 Battery Wiring Diagrams   |   95 Battery Condition and State of Charge Charts   |   96 Order Form   |   97 Backup Power?   |   98 Energy Expectations   |   99 Power Needs Worksheet   |   100 Efficiency   |   101 Wire Loss Chart   |   102 Solar Insolation Map / Chart   |   103 SAE Connector Selection   |   104 About Us   |   105 Statement of Policy & Warranty/Returns   |   Contact Us   |   MPPT Charge Controllers - FAQ   |   Battery Equalizer/DC Autotransformers - FAQ   |   Constant Voltage Pump Drivers  - FAQ   |   Linear Current Boosters - FAQ   |   Information   |   1   |   2   |   3   |   4   |   5   |   6   |   7   |   How To Videos and Reference by Quick Cable   |   Home Power Articles   |   R   |   P   |   A   |   B   |   C   |   D