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OUTBACK Charge Controller MPPT 60A Battery FM60-150VDC

  • Battery compatibilityLead acid, 48 VDC Lithium-ion
  • Controller typeMPPT Charge Controllers
  • Maximum charging current60 A
  • Maximum voltage of the solar panels60 V

Pickup on Tue, Jul 23 from Millstone, NJ

Delivery on Jul 26–31

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Schneider Electric Charge Controller Conext XW-MPPT60-150

  • Battery compatibilityLead acid
  • Controller typeMPPT Charge Controllers
  • Maximum charging current60 A
  • Maximum voltage of the solar panels150 V

Delivery on Jul 26–31

60 amp charge controllers

Without a charge controller, a solar panel system connected to a battery bank may be risky to operate. It is possible to greatly extend the battery's life and tighten the system's security with a high-quality model. A 60 amp solar charge controller can be used in a variety of configurations, from smaller mobile applications to medium-sized off-grid systems.

The capabilities of a 60 amp charge controller

This critical piece of hardware optimizes the charging process, as its name implies. Features typically found in a 60 amp solar charge controller include:

  • Managing the solar panel's output voltage to prevent the battery from overcharging
  • Protecting against overcharging and deep discharge
  • Preventing reverse current. Unregulated nighttime power transfer from batteries to solar panels has the potential to start a fire
  • System monitoring. Keeping an eye on the battery and the loads connected to it is much easier with a charge controller

When you need a 60 amp charge controller

If you have a very large array of solar panels, a charge controller with a 60 A maximum output will be inadequate. You should use it for projects of medium scale. There is a pretty accurate way to assess if a 60 amp charge controller will be enough for you. To do so, divide the wattage of your panels by the voltage of your battery bank.

If you have five 300 W solar panels and you want to charge a 48 V battery, you'll need a charge controller that can handle at least 50 A (2400 / 48 = 50). It's safe to say that a 60 amp charge controller would be more than adequate here.

How to pick the best 60 amp charge controller

The choice between pulse-width modulation (PWM) and maximum power point tracking (MPPT) is an important one when selecting a charge controller.

A 60 amp PWM solar charge controller would be less expensive. These controllers have a longer lifespan than their more complicated counterparts for a couple of reasons. A PWM charge controller should last for up to two decades. Longevity and low price come at the expense of performance, though. It would be difficult to fine-tune the charging process using a 60 amp PWM solar charge controller, and you'd only get about 75-80% efficiency out of it. This type of controller also has excessive energy loss when the panel and battery voltages aren't the same.

A 60 amp solar charge controller costs more if the device comes with MPPT technology. In return, you gain greater control over the charging process and get an efficiency boost: these controllers are up to 99% efficient. The typical lifespan of such controllers ranges from 10 to 15 years, depending on the brand.

Why work with us?

We have a large inventory of 60 amp solar charge controllers for sale.  If you have any questions, feel free to get in touch with us. Here are some of the benefits of working with our store:

  • Fulfillment centers both on the East and the West coasts of the USA
  • Orders are processed within 24 hours and shipped within 48 hours
  • Competitive 60 amp solar charge controller prices
  • Delivery in 5-7 business days
  • Only reliable manufacturers
  • 100% genuine equipment

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