MPPT charge controller Victron SmartSolar 150/60 to 150/100 with screws or MC4 type
SmartSolar charge controllers with screw connection (Tr) or PV type MC4.
MPPT 150/60, 150/70, 150/85 and MPPT 150/100.
12V / 24V / 48V
Optional plug-in LCD display.
MPPT solar controllers, more efficient than PWM, will optimize the solar panels' voltage to maximize the power obtained.
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Ultra-fast maximum power point tracking (MPPT-Maximum Power Point Tracking)
Especially under cloudy skies, when light intensity is constantly changing, an ultra-fast MPPT controller will improve energy harvesting by up to 30% compared with PWM (pulse-width modulation) charge controllers, and by up to 10% compared with slower MPPT controllers.
Advanced maximum power point detection in shaded conditions
In shading conditions, two or more maximum power points may be present on the voltage-power curve. Conventional MPPTs tend to lock onto a local MPP that may not be the optimal one. SmartSolar's innovative algorithm will always maximize energy recovery by locking on to the optimal MPP.
Outstanding conversion efficiency
No fan. Maximum efficiency in excess of 98%.
Flexible charging algorithm
Fully programmable charging algorithm and eight pre-programmed algorithms selectable with a rotary switch.
Extended electronic protection
Protection against overheating and power reduction at high temperatures. Protection against reversed PV polarity and PV short-circuits. Protection against reversed PV current.
Internal temperature sensor
Compensates for Float and Absorption charge voltages as a function of temperature.
Integrated Bluetooth Smart: no electronic key required
The wireless solution for configuring, monitoring and updating the controller using Apple and Android phones, tablets or other devices.
For a wired data connection to a ColorControl control panel, PC or other devices.
For connection to a VE.BUS BMS, for example.
Can be programmed (e.g. with a Smartphone) to trigger an alarm, or other events.
- Charging power