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12V/24V/36V/48V, 50A Solar Charge Controller for LiFePO4 (SC-4850JUD)

12V/24V/36V/48V, 50A Solar Charge Controller for LiFePO4 (SC-4850JUD)

$119.99

Bioenno Power 12V/24V/36V/48V, 50A Solar Charge Controller (Model SC-4850JUD) is a versatile controller for use in solar systems with an integrated LCD display, that is designed to charge LiFePO4 (Lithium Iron Phosphate) batteries (and AGM/SLA batteries)! This solar controller accepts either 12V/24V/36V/48V input from solar panels and can handle up to 60 Amps. Featuring our proprietary CC/CV (Constant Current/Constant Voltage) circuitry, the solar controller provides a regulated voltage output for charging 12V or 24V or 36V or 48V LiFePO4 (and AGM/SLA batteries). The solar controller also provides a regulated 12V or 24V or 36V or 48V output for electrical loads (depending on whether a 12V or 24V or 36V or 48V battery is used).  Solar controllers are required for all solar systems in order to maintain a regulated output voltage to charge batteries and for maintaining a regulating output voltage for loads. 

Please note that for any solar setup in which you are using a panel in conjunction with a battery and/or a load a solar charge controller is absolutely necessary. DO NOT plug a panel directly into your battery or your load!  

This controller does not boost voltage from the solar panel, but instead will regulate a high panel voltage from 50V downwards.  

 

SC-4850JUD User Manual [PDF]

 

Specifications 
Rated Voltage: 12V/24V/36V/48V
Maximum Load Current: 50A
Input Voltage Range: <50V*
Load Disconnect: 9.9V/11.2V/13.2V/14V (Depending on voltage of system)
Efficiency: 95%~97% (In optimum conditions)
Operation Temperature: -31°F to 131°F (-30°C to 50°C)
Dimensions: 7.95 in. x 5.19 in. x 2.41 in. (202 mm x 132 mm x 61 mm)
Weight: 1.61 lbs. (0.73 kg)

 

*Note: This solar charge controller can accept any voltage under 50V but it will not boost the voltage if the panel voltage is less than the battery voltage. Make sure your panel voltage is higher than your battery voltage for optimum performance.

 

 


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