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MISOL MPPT Solar Charge Controller 4210RN Regulator 40A 12/24V / with remote display meter MT5/ Charge Power Controller / max.pv panel input 100v

by MISOL

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  • MPPT (maximum power point tracking technology)
  • Nominal System Voltage:12VDC / 24VDC Auto work Rated Charge Current: 40A Rated Discharge Current:20A Maximum Battery Voltage:32V Max. Solar Input Voltage:100VDC Max. PV input power: 12V / 520W,24V / 1040W
  • Additional Display, convenient to check operating parameters of controllers.
  • Electronic protection: over charging, over discharging, overload, short circuit. Reverse protection: any combination of solar module and battery, without causing damage to any component.


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Product Description

This is the MPPT solar regulator (40A, 12/24V), with remote LCD Display.

The features are listed below:
12V / 24V auto recognition.
Advanced maximum power point tracking technology to optimize using the solar system.
Peak conversion efficiency of 97 %, high Tracking efficiency of 99%.
Very fast sweeping of the entire I-V curve, several seconds tracking speed.
Widely used, automatic recognize day/night.
Timer function with 1-15 hours option for street light.
Unique dual timer function, enhance the flexibility of street light system.
Sealed, Gel and Flooded battery option.
Adopting temperature compensation and correcting the charging and discharging parameters automatically, improving the battery lifetime.
Electronic protection: over charging, over discharging, overload, short circuit.
Reverse protection: any combination of solar module and battery, without causing damage to any component.
Excellent thermal design and nature air cooling.
RJ45 interface with remote meter, convenient to check operating parameters of controllers.

Technical Parameter:
Rated current 40A
Max. PV Voc 100VDC
Rated voltage 12V/24V Auto
Rated input power 12V system: 520W; 24Vsystem: 1040W
Charge circuit voltage drop less than 0.26V
Discharge circuit voltage drop less than 0.15V
Terminals 4 mm2
Working temperature -35 to +55 cel.degree


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5.0 out of 5 stars Works spot on! 14 July 2013
By Dutchy down under - Published on Amazon.com
I bought the Tracer 4210RN (the same as this unit, just a different brand name) directly from China, for around $215 AUS delivered to my door, sure I was a bit worried about buying an item that really did not have any reviews on the net, but I am glad I did. It represents great value for money and is about spot on for my 460w solar panel setup. I have 2x 130w and 2x 100w panels mounted on my 7'4' off-road trailer, and runs a 60 liter 12v fridge 24/7, has several 12v battery chargers (for all my off grid 12v gadgets and torches) and I have not run out of juice the in the last 7 months, sure it gathers heaps of free power in summer, specially here in Australia when its summer, but where this unit kicks ass is when there is no sun, just lots of overcast, and it still makes power, even now in full winter.

I got the MT-5 remote meter included in the purchase, and it gives you some amount of adjustment, and lets you keep an eye on what is going on power wise. I don't claim to be an expert when it comes to solar power, but I have been hooked on solar for a few years, did the research on the net and found this unit to be great value for money!

I gave it a 5 star rating and would recommend it to any one, just make sure you don't go past the units rating of 12V 520W Max PV input power, although it is about double for a 24v setup.

If there is any one that would like to know where I sourced the unit from just PM me via here!
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