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Solar Charge Controller

Protect your battery and your solar system with a solar charge controller.


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7 Amp Zamp Solar LED Charge Controller 7 AMP Solar Charge Controller

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Zamp Solar Temperature Sensor Solar Charge Controller Temp Sensor for 10/15/30 Amps Controller

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8 amp solar charge controller 8 Amp 5 Stage PWM LED Readout Solar Charge Controller

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Zamp Solar Remote Display Zamp Solar Remote Display

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10 Amp Solar Charge Controller 10 amp 5 Stage Digital Deluxe PWM Solar Charge Controller

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Zamp Solar 15 Amp Solar Charge Controller 15 amp 5 Stage Digital Deluxe PWM Solar Charge Controller

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Zamp Solar 30 Amp Solar Charge Controller Zamp Solar 30 Amp Solar Charge Controller

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Zamp Solar Portable Upgrade Portable Solar Upgrade Kit for 80 and 120 Watt

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Zamp Solar Portable Upgrade Portable Solar Upgrade Kit for 160 and 200 Watt

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Zamp Solar 40 Amp Solar Charge Controller Zamp Solar 40 Amp Solar Charge Controller

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Zamp Solar 30AD Solar Charge Controller 30 Amp Dual Battery Charge Controller with Lithium Profile

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A solar charge controller regulates the voltage power from the solar panel(s) to the battery. Without a solar charge controller a battery may be overcharged, when a battery overcharges it creates heat that may damage and reduce the battery life.


Solar Charge Controller + Battery = Best Battery Health and Longer Life

Solar panels are made to produce more voltage than the system they are intended for. A typical panel for a 12 volt battery system will be rated at 15 to 19 volts output. A battery, when charging, will take an input voltage of 13 to 14.4 volts and when fully charged registers just above 12 volts.

A solar charge controller will change the voltage to the battery depending on what is needed. The solar charge controller uses signals from both the solar panels and the battery or batteries to determine this - it can do this several times a second.

We generally like to see PWM (Pulse Width Modulation) and MPPT (Maximum Power Point Tracking) in solar charge controllers as they will do the best job for battery health and use the energy from the panels more efficiently.