The Voltronic 60A 150V 12-24-48V MPPT Solar Regulator is compatible with all types of panels and with AGM, gel and lead acid batteries.
Voltronic 60A 150v mppt regulator compatible with 12, 24 and 48v systems. Panel and battery charge display screen. Compatible with Agm, Gel and lead acid batteries. The mppt 60Ah voltronic regulator allows equalization up to 16v, 31v or 62v respectively. Charging times, equalization intervals and voltages can be modified on the mppt regulator. 2 Years warranty
60A mppt regulator for 12 24 or 48 volt voltronic systems
The 60A voltronic mppt regulator is a very complete device for charging batteries with solar panels. It is a device that allows you to connect 3, 6 and 12 panels of up to 270w in 12, 24 and 48 volt systems respectively. It has a large aluminum heatsink, this passive dissipation without fans improves the self-consumption of the equipment and is silent. Its display allows to visualize the charge of the panels, the state of the battery and the amps that are entering it. It also has a very complete monitoring software.
The voltronic mppt 60A regulators can work with gel, agm and lead acid batteries.
Thanks to the agm gel or flooded (lead acid) option we can tell the equipment the type of battery we connect. In addition, the 60A voltronic mppt regulator has a custom user mode where we can set the parameters that we consider in absorption, float and equalization. The equalization in addition to manual mode can be programmed automatically to be done once a month or when we consider it necessary, so that the stationary 2-volt lead acid elements receive perfect charges, extending the life of the accumulators. If you wish, we can help you with the configuration or configure it for your battery.
Why choose a 60A voltronic mppt regulator over a pwm regulator.
On the market there are two types of solar regulators, the maximizers or mppt regulators such as the 60 amp 150v voltronic and there are also so-called pwm (pulse width modulation). Solar mppt regulators have many advantages over pwm and are the recommended option as long as the budget allows.
- First of all, an mppt solar regulator allows the series connection of panels, that is, we can enter the regulator at a voltage higher than that of the battery. In this 60Ah voltronic regulator we have a maximum of 150 volts in photovoltaic input open circuit, so for example in a 24 volt system we can connect panels in series three like this Amerisolar 265w panel. For an example of a 265w three-plate system we will have to:
- At the input of the mppt voltronic 60A solar regulator we will have 90 volts in a closed circuit and about 8.7 amps. The mppt will act on the battery output and lower that voltage to charge the battery and raise the amps. with what we will have at the output (depending on the charging stage) for example 27 volts and 29 amps of battery charging. By being able to enter a higher voltage, we facilitate series connection by reducing the wiring section and minimizing losses due to voltage drop.
- Secondly, with a mppt solar regulator we obtain more production than with a pwm solar regulator, the mppt takes advantage of 100% of what the photovoltaic panel produces, obtaining yields of up to 30% higher than the pwm solar regulator. With fewer panels we obtain the same performance as with a pwm regulator and more panels, so the higher investment of the mppt is justified by lowering the investment in the photovoltaic panel. For example, 8 300w panels with a pwm regulator will perform approximately the same as 6 300w panels with a mppt solar regulator.
- Thirdly, we have that the mppt charges more on cloudy days since by being able to connect panels in series and enter a higher voltage, on cloudy days the mppt solar regulator will charge earlier thanks to the fact that it will always have enough voltage to exceed that of Battery. In an mppt regulator like the voltronic we enter at 90 volts, if it is cloudy this value can go down due to the low irradiation to 60-70v which is higher than the 24 volts of the system and therefore will contribute the load produced by the panels. In the pwm we enter 35 volts, so if it is cloudy we can have less than 24 volts at certain times and we cannot exceed the battery voltage and therefore charge.