Solenergi laddningsstyrenhet Serie 12 V 16 A Solenergi laddningsstyrenhet Serie 12 V 16 A


Solenergi laddningsstyrenhet Serie 12 V 16 A

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To be connected between a solar panel 12 V/DC and 1 or 2 batteries in order to avoid an overload of the batteries. If 2 batteries are connected, they are charged separately from each other. The battery with lowest charging voltage always receives more charging current. With LED displays and high charging capacity: max. 2 x 8 A or 1 x 16 A.

Technical Data
Input voltage
solar panels 15 - 30 V/DC open circuit voltage, 12 V/DC rated voltage
Max. charging current
total 16 A (2 batteries of max. 8 A each or 1 battery connected in parallel at both outputs up to 16 A)
1 or 2 batteries 12 V. If only one battery is connected then both outputs (1 + 2) in parallel (simultaneously) applied to the battery
one display per battery "battery is charging", 1 display: "all batteries charged".
In case of currents > 4 A the module has to be screwed with the metal bottom on a heat sink with a surface of > 300 sq. cm.
A pre-fuse F16 A is necessary (not included)
Switch-on voltage
battery approx. < 12,9 V/DC (± 7%)
Switch-off voltage
"battery charged" ca. 14,2 V/DC (± 7%)
Own current consumption (is taken from the battery)
< 2 mA
Reverse current-proof (no additional diode required)

Depending on the load the module heats up. The heat is dissipated from the aluminum plate at the bottom of the module. Under certain circumstances it must be mounted on a cooling surface according to installation instructions. It is important that the module is fixed with 4 M3 screws (or 2.9mm metal screws) on the cooling surface. This may be the back wall of a metal casing. The aluminum plate on the bottom of the module must not bend, do not use larger screws and do not drill larger holes. The screw heads must rest on the plate of the module, rather than on the plastic edge of the module! During assembly, the module should not be curled up (if the ground is not flat). The reason: on the inside of the aluminum base of the module the thin insulating layer are directly soldered on the electronic SMD components. When the aluminum floor of the module curls up, the joints and the module start loosen and the module is defective. Please ensure that the maximum specified temperature (as specified in the module's description) is not exceeded. Otherwise apply a larger cooling plate

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