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regulate solar panel array amperage output to battery input. Charge controllers start or stop charge to batteries based on battery bank voltage. All controllers listed disconnect the solar array from the battery bank when a low or no power condition occurs. This usually eliminates the need for a blocking diode.

Morning Star Charge Controller

Constant voltage PWM. Reverse current protection (at night). No need to derate-25% design margin. High efficiency, low self-consumption. High level of lightning protection. 5 year warranty. Tri Star is their premier controller and can handle the full 60 amps.

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Tri Star TS-60

Voltage: 12-24-48 vdc

60 Charge Amps

TS Meter TS-M

Voltage: 12-24-48 vdc

60 Charge Amps


OutBack MPPT FM-80

With Maximum Power Point Tracking raises the bar for high performance solar controllers. OutBack’s ingenuity and engineering experience has been combined to maximize the output power of your expensive solar array. Our real time active Maximum Power Point Tracking (MPPT) system ensures that your solar array is operating at its peak power point regardless of age, shading or environmental conditions. Systems with large solar arrays are now a snap thanks to the MX80's 80 amp DC output current rating for 12, 24 or 48 VDC systems – all with just one product model!


Schneider Charge Controllers

Schneider C-40

Data Sheet


Schneider C-60
Schneider XW MPPT60-150 Solar Charge Controller

With Maximum Power Point Tracking (MPPT) that maximizes energy harvest from the PV array. Flexible array input voltage for 12, 24, 36, 48, 60 volt battery banks. Includes integrated LCD Display and remote communication capability.

Schneider MPPT 80-600 Charge Controller

Data Sheet


Growatt MPPT Charge Controller

80 amp

Output for 12V/24V/48V

LCD Display

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