EPEVER 40A MPPT Solar Charge Controller 12V 24V Auto, 40 amp Negative Grounded Solar Charge Controller MPPT Max Input 100V, 520W/1040W for Lead-Acid, Lithium Batteries and Load Timer Setting
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Multiple load control modes: manual control, lighting ON/OFF, light On+Timer
Advanced Maximum Power Point Tracking (MPPT) technology, with efficiency no less than 99.5%
Wide MPPT operating voltage range
LCD display design, dynamically displaying tool’s operating data and working condition
Available for PC monitoring and external display realizing real-time data checking and parameters setting
* 12 / 24VDC automatically identifying system voltage
* Rated charge current: 40A
* Max Input Power: 12V@520W | 24V@1040W
* Max.PV open circuit voltage:100VDC (92V at 25℃ temperature)
* Battery type selection: lead-acid (Gel, Sealed, Flooded) and Lithium
Added Features（than Tracer A）:
Blacklight LCD Display / Common Negative Ground / Support lithium Battery / More Safety Protection
Compatible with EPever Tracer-A/AN/BN, LS-B/BP, VS-BN series controllers
Automatic identify the controller, and display the type, model and relevant parameter data
Large-screen multifunction LCD displays all the operational data and system working status
Real-time energy statistics recording
Longer communication distance based on RS485
Diversified load control modes:manual, light ON/OFF, Light ON+ Timer, Time Control
How to program for Lithium Battery？
1. Via PC (Accessories needed：RS485), software download website: EPever official website or look for in the manual
2. Via Android phone APP (Accessories needed：Ebox-Wifi or Ebox-Blue)
1 x Tracer 4210AN Solar Charge Controller
1 x MT-50
1 x Temp sensor
1 x RS485 Cable
2 x Use Manual
- Negative Ground Controller featuring advanced MPPT technology with high tracking efficiency up to 99.5% and peak conversion efficiency of 98%. Maximizing the energy from solar panels to charge your system.
- MPPT Charge Controller protection built-in against reverse polarity, overcharging, over-discharging, overload, short-circuiting, and reverse current. It protect the battery from being over-charged by the solar modules and over-discharged by the loads.
- 40A Solar Charge Controller charging process has been optimized for long battery life and improved system performance.It includes a 4-stage battery charging (Bulk, Boost, Float, and Equalization) and temperature compensation increase your battery life and improve your system’s performance
- Solar Controller MPPT support PC software,APP and MT-50. Auto identifying 12V/24V DCsystem voltage.Also compatible with various Deep Cycle battery options: Sealed, Gel, Flooded and Lithium. Multiple load control method,
- MPPT Controller 40a with blackligh LCD screen for displaing system information and working condition. Die-cast aluminum design allows for efficient heat dissipation.
MPPT Charge Controller
- Rated charge current:40A B
- attery voltage range: 9V~32VM
- ax.PV open circuit voltage:100VDCC
- ommon-Negatived Ground Controller
- Ultra-fast tracking speed M
- PPT Technology High Tracking Efficiency > 99%
MT-50 Remote Meter Display
- Automatic identify the controller, and display the type, model and relevant parameter data
- Large-screen multifunction LCD displays all the operational data and system working status
- Real-time energy statistics recording
Remote Temperature Sensor(TS-R)
- Line length:9.84ft
- Testing temperature: -131℉~257℉
- If the controller not connectd the TS-R, the default setting for battery charging /discharging temperature is 25 °C without temperature compensation
- This Cable is used to monitor each controller on the network using Solar Station PC software and update the firmware.
Step: Connect the system in the order of 1.battery–>2. load–>3.PV array, and disconnect the system in the reverse order 3. 2. 1.
- NEVER connect the soalr panel array to the controller Without/Before a Battery.
- Battery must be connected FIRST !!!
- DO NOT connect any inverter/ wind/Alternator or Charger into the charge controller!
- If the remote temperature sensor is not connected to the controller,, the default setting for battery charging or discharging temperature is 25 °C without temperature compensation.
- The wire size is only for reference. If there is a long distance between the PV array and the controller or between the controller and the battery, larger wires can be used to reduce the voltage drop and improve performance.
How to program for Lithium Battery？
1. Via PC (Accessories needed：RS485),
2. Via phone APP (Accessories needed：Ebox-Wifi or Ebox-Blue)
Software download website: EPever official website or look for in the manual
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