Solar Charge Controller

Livguard Solar Charge Controller is an advanced micro controller unit based on PWM technology. The charging process has been optimized for longer battery life and improved system efficiency.

 

Livguard Solar Charge Controller is an advanced micro controller unit based on PWM technology. The charging process has been optimized for longer battery life and improved system efficiency.

Specification

Capacity – 10 Amps

Voltage – 12/24V

Technology – PWM

Max Solar PV Panel - 12V: 160 Wp I 24V: 335 Wp

Livguard Solar Charge Controller is an advanced micro controller unit based on PWM technology. The charging process has been optimized for longer battery life and improved system efficiency.

Specification

Capacity – 20 Amps

Voltage – 12/24V

Technology – PWM

Max Solar PV Panel - 12V: 335 Wp I 24V: 600 Wp

Livguard Solar Charge Controller is an advanced micro controller unit based on PWM technology. The charging process has been optimized for longer battery life and improved system efficiency.

Specification

Capacity – 50 Amps

Voltage – 24/36/48V

Technology – PWM

Max Solar PV Panel - 24V: 1800 Wp I 36/48V: 3600 Wp

 
 
 

Features

 

Increase Battery Life / Gravity Builder

-Designed to remove sulphate build up
-A high equalizing charged battery

Automatic Voltage Selection

-Auto battery selection for 10Amps. & 20Amps.
-Settable battery selection for 50Amps.

USB Port

-For 20Amps. Plug in your DC devices such as fans, light, mobile phone etc.

Protections

-In-built short circuit, reverse current & polarity protection
-No risks of electric shocks

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FAQs

A charge controller regulates a battery’s SOC, providing full power when necessary and reducing the charge when the battery’s SOC is at sufficient levels. This is important for maintaining the state of health of the batteries installed.
There are two types of charge controllers that are available:
PWM stands for “Pulse Width Modulation” and is basically a 3-stage charging cycle type controller. Most of your DC applications use this technique for lower power ratings typically up to 2 KVA.
MPPT stands for “Maximum Power Point Tracking”. This is a new type of controller that not only provides multi-stage charging but also delivers more power to installed batteries by comparing PV voltage with battery voltage, thus delivering the best current to charge your batteries. This makes it more efficient as compared to a PWM charge controller.

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