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Tycon Solar PWM Battery Charging Controller Auto Voltage 12/24V out 20A

TP-SC24-20 by TYCON Systems
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Original price $39.95 - Original price $39.95
Original price $39.95
$39.95 - $39.95
Current price $39.95
Tycon Solar controllers are 3 stage PWM type battery charging controllers controlled by an industrial CPU. The controllers are autoranging to accommodate 12V and 24V battery voltage systems. They have full electronic protections for short circuit, reverse current, overvoltage, overcharge and over discharge. The built-in overdischarge protection and low self consumption ensures the battery is not overdischarged, which greatly increases the life of the batteries. They have three multifunction LED indicators to give a quick visual status of the load status, if battery is charging or fully charged, as well as any fault condition. There is a convenient On/Off button to disconnect load power. Connections are via 6 screw terminals for wire size up to 10AWG. The controllers are internally fused with a standard replaceable fuse. There are four screw holes(4mm) for mounting. Features • 3 stage PWM with automatic overdischarge protection for extended battery life • Low self consumption • Autoranging 12V or 24V Applications • Remote Power Systems • Solar power Applications • Rated Voltage: 12/24 (Auto Detect) • Rated Current (Solar and Load): 20A • Absorption Voltage: 14.4 / 28.8 +/-0.2V • Float Voltage: 13.8 / 27.6 +/-0.2V • Overvoltage Protection: 15.5 / 31V • Over Discharge Voltage: OFF: 10.7 / 21.4 +/- 0.2V ON: 12.6 / 25.2 +/-0.2V: • Self Consumption: < 15mA • Voltage Drop (Battery to Load): < 0.3V • Max Wire Size: 10 AWG • Operating Temp: -30°C to 60°C (-22°F to 140°F) • Dimensions: 168 x 88 x 34mm(6.6 x 3.5 x 1.25”) • Weight: 283 g (10 oz ) Product Data Sheet Tycon Systems Learning Center Presentation