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PVCM40D Photovoltaic Charge Controller Modules from Atkinson Electronics

Atkinson Electronics offers a range of solar power products including controller modules. The controller modules are available in different models. The PVCM40D photovoltaic charge controller module is an in-line charge controller designed to provide digital accuracy. This controller operates automatically on 12 or 24V DC systems.

PVCM40D Photovoltaic Charge Controller Module

The PVCM40D photovoltaic charge controller module has capacity to handle up to 40A at 28V DC. This charge controller from Atkinson Electronics disconnects the solar charge current when the battery is charged to avoid over-charging. It restarts the charging when the battery voltage drops. This controller also checks for the availability of solar charge current by cycling the relay for every four minutes. The internal relay will disconnect the battery if there is insufficient charge. The PVCM40D adjusts the charge threshold voltage when the photovoltaic charge controller is mounted in battery case. The microprocessor in the photovoltaic controller helps to minimize the charging rate of the fully charged batteries.

The LEDs are available in three different colors to show the status of solar and battery charge levels. The PVCM40D photovoltaic charge controller measures 2.1 x 4 x 1.3 inches. It has epoxy potted enclosure made of PVC plastic. The load capacity of this charge controller offered by Atkinson Electronics is 40A at 28V DC.

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