A charge controller is used to maintain the proper charging voltage on the batteries.
As the input voltage from solar, wind or hydro rises, the charge controller regulates the charge to the batteries preventing any overcharging.
- Integrated with Wind Interface (Including the rectifier an braking unit), Maximum Power Point Tracking (MPPT), battery charge management and state of charge information
- Continuous output power rating without de-rating at up to 50°C ambient temperature.
- Built-in battery energy monitor that tracks power production and consumption to calculate the energy remaining in the battery. State of charge (SOC) is displayed in percent full, Amp-hours, watt hours, and 90 days of energy-harvest history is stored in the wind MPPT charger.
- Supports flooded Lead Acid (FLA), GEL, Absorbed Glass Matt (AGM) batteries; 2/3/4 – stage charging with adjustable set points for all parameters
- Up to 220 VAC input voltage from Wind Turbine
- Easy stacking up to 16 units in parallel for high currents.
- Precision charging of 12V/24V/36V/48V batteries with easy set- up and using Battery Voltage Sense (BVS) wires.
- Built – in temperature compensation function for safe and complete charging
- The wind MPPT Charger with the rectifier and braking unit for wind system is required to control and stop the control from overlord condition caused by over large wind speed
- The Maximum Automatic Brake Function is 240 VDC. Supply 5 levels of Automatic Brake Function: 200, 210,220,230,240 VDC (Adjustable)
- When WS- 100CX Wind MPPT connects with 48 VDC batteries, it can support 6.0KW Wind Turbine.
|Input Voltage Range||0 ~ 220 VAC|
|Dimensions (mm)||401 (H) x 258 (W) x 183 (D)|
|Voltage Range from PMG||20 ~ 220 VAC
0 ~ 600 Hz
|Operation Temperature||Full Power Output to + 50°C ambient|
|System Voltage Ratings||12,24,36,48 VDC|
|Battery Charge Control||100A|
|Max. Current in Brake Resistor||100A diversion load|
|DC Output Voltage Range||16 ~ 240 VDC Operating|
|Automatic Brake Function||200,210,220,230,240 VDC (Adjustable)|