What's including in This Listing
- 1 x 20Amp EcoOnlineTM Charging Regulator (1R/20Amp/24V)
- 1 x 15m 4.0mm² single core wire
- 1 x MC4 connector pair
- 1 x In-line fuse holder with spare 30Amp fuse
- 2 x Adhesive lined cross-linked polyolefin heat shrink
- 1 x Pair Battery Alligator Clamps
- 1 x EcoOnlineTM Install Manual
- Warranty from an Australian Company
- Unlimited tech support
Charging Regulator Features
- High efficiency PWM charging
- Fully automatic battery charging
- Charge Lead Acid Gel, Sealed or Flooded batteries
- Battery voltage state LED indication
- Temperature compensation
- 12V/24V auto sensing
- ON/OFF switch
- Complete electric protection - Overheating /Over discharging / Over charging / Load overload / Load short circuit / PV short circuit / PV reverse polarity / Battery reverse polarity
- IP30 dust proof enclosure
Regulator Technical Specifications
EcoOnlineTM offers the following Warranties:
- 3 Year Regulator Warranty
See Terms and Conditions page for further details.
For Novices - Setting up a Solar Battery Charging System
Want to start playing with solar? Please note a solar charging system must be sized right, for efficiency, reliability and safety. For your convenience we have created the following online interactive calculators to help you build the perfect set up the first time around:
- Solar Panel Sizing Calculator (this will help you understand the factors involved in sizing solar panels)
- Solar Regulator Calculator (this will help you understand the factors involved in sizing a regulator)
- Solar Wire Sizing Calculator (this will help you understand the factors involved in sizing wires gauges)
- Only use 12V “nominal” (36 cell) solar panels with this regulator. Or 72 cell panel(s) for a 24V system.
- EcoOnline recommends solar panel wattages and connected loads should not exceed: 240W solar power (at STC for a 12V system) or 15Amp continuous load for the 20Amp regulator.
- This regulator is to be used for charging Sealed, Gelor Flooded Lead-Acid typebatteries only. Not to be used for charging any other battery chemistries.
- Check that the maximum current produced by the chosen solar panel(s) array can never exceed the maximum allowable charging current for the battery being charged.
- Always use appropriate gauge wires. Never exceed the rated Ampacity (amprating) of a wire. Keep in mind that low voltage / high current wires situated in highly insulated environments cannot dissipateheat and will have a much lower Ampacity.
- The appropriate fuse MUST be installed on the positive regulator to battery connection.
- Do not expose this regulator to water and/or highhumidity and/or corrosive environments such as those involving marine applications.
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