- Tech Specs
Please make sure that the Bluetooth is on before pairing your phone with the controller.
- Scan the code on the user manual.
- Make sure the battery type and system voltage setting on the controller matches your battery (batteries) specification.
- Please send your battery specification to us if you have any questions about using BougeRV MPPT solar charge controller.
Support multiple battery types for 12v or 24v, SLD, GEL, FLD, LiFePO4, and user-defined battery. If your battery has been over-discharged, this battery regulator can help you activate your battery.
It is able to modify the charging current for your battery, and the solar panel charge controller features 17 load operating modes, and can handle capacitive loads and inductive loads.
Certified by CE and RoHS. With 6 protections, over-temperature, open-circuit, short-circuit, overload, polarity reverse prevention circuit, flow backwards of current protections. BougeRV MPPT solar charge controller features with dual MOS circuit to prevent the reverse current and to reduce the heat in operation. Maintain your battery all the time. With a quality aluminum radiator and high-temperature derating treatment, it can work efficiently in various conditions.
Adopt MPPT with tracking efficiency up to 99.9%, BougeRV MPPT solar charge controller supports full-power charging and discharging at one time. We offer 18 months warranty and lifetime tech support from the date of purchase.
|System Voltage||12V/24V||Battery Type||LiFePO4, SLD, GEL, FLD, AGM, User Defined|
|Rated Charging Current||60A||Grounding Type||Common Negative|
|Rated Load Current||20A||Operating Temperature Range||Operating Temperature Range|
|Max Solar Input Power||900W/12V; 1800W/24V||Protection Grade||IP34|
|Max Solar Input Voltage||100V (95V protection, 90V recovery)||Data Storage||Save the last 200 days of historical data|
|CC Operating Voltage Range||(Battery voltage +2V)~72V||Dimension||10.27L*7.32W*3.22H inches|
|No Load Loss||≤10mA||Weight||5.29 lbs|
|Rated Charging Current||60A|
|Rated Load Current||20A|
|Max Solar Input Power||900W/12V; 1800W/24V|
|Max Solar Input Voltage||100V (95V protection, 90V recovery)|
|CC Operating Voltage Range||(Battery voltage +2V)~72V|
|No Load Loss||≤10mA|
|Battery Type||LiFePO4, SLD, GEL, FLD, AGM, User Defined|
|Grounding Type||Common Negative|
|Operating Temperature Range||Operating Temperature Range|
|Data Storage||Save the last 200 days of historical data|
MPPT controller stands for "Maximum Power Point Tracking" (MPPT) solar controller. This controller is able to monitor the generation voltage of the solar panel in real-time, track the maximum voltage current value (VI), and optimize the solar panel system to output maximum power. When using an MPPT controller, the average charging efficiency can reach up to 97%, the efficiency of BougeRV 60a mppt solar charge controller can reach 99.9%.
The 60 Amp MPPT charge controller can be used with a maximum 2880W charging system. It is mainly determined by the rated voltage of the solar panel, which can be calculated using this formula:
Amps x Volts = Watts
For example, when the voltage of the solar panel is 12V, the 60 amp MPPT charge controller can handle a maximum of 720W solar panel. When the voltage of the solar panel is 24V, it can handle a maximum 1440W solar panel system.
However, for safety reasons, it is recommended to consider a 25% margin.
The price of the MPPT solar charge controller 60 amp is around $200-300. You can buy it in BougeRV for $299.
The solar charge controller is a very important component in the solar charging system, which affects the normal charging and discharging work of the whole solar system. Therefore, when buying a 60 amp MPPT charge controller, please be sure to choose a seller with a high reputation, you can be completely assured to choose BougeRV, our product quality is good, and provide free shipping and warranty services.
You can calculate the amp of solar charge controller that you need by this formula:
Current = Power/Voltage
For example, if you have one 100-watt solar panel and the rating voltage of the solar panel is 12V, then the equation would be 100/12 = 8.3 Amp. In this case, you need a 10 Amp charge controller.