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PSC-A05 Solar Charge Controller

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Key features for psc-a05


Charge Load Current: 5A
Automatic Charge Voltage: 12VDC/24VDC

Maximum Charging Voltage:
14.7V for 12V systems, 29.4V for 24V systems

Maximum Discharge Voltage:
10.5V for 12V systems, 21V for 24V systems

Maximum Solar Panel Power:
90W @ 18V for 12V systems, 180W @ 36V for 24V systems

2 selectable modes Automatic & Manual
LED mode indicator and audible alarm for warnings

Size: 5.51" x 3.54" x 1.02"
Weight: 210 grams (7.4 oz.)
psc-a05 Datasheet / Full Specs

PSC-A05 Solar Charge Controller

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Product Details

This controller is suitable for 12V and 24V solar photovoltaic system. The charge and discharge current is 5A. The maximum solar panel for 12V system is 90W/18V, for 24V system is 180W/36V.

This controller provides both manual control mode and light control mode. The manual control mode mainly for industrial, commercial, telecom, transportation and family solar energy system. The light control mode with automatic control for street lighting, parking lot lighting, bus station lighting, park lighting and garden lighting The two modes offered are Light Control Mode and Manual Mode

Light Control Mode uses a sequence of 3 LED Light configurations to change the delay mode to turn on and off the charger after 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12 hours with an always on option.

Manual Mode lets you turn on or off the output. If a output short circuit or overcurrent happened, the controller will automatically turn off, sounds an alarm, and recovers after about 6 seconds.

Electrical Specifications

Name PSC-A05 Solar Charge Controller
SKU psc-a05
Manufacturer P-Duke
Dimmable No
Wattage No
Number of Outputs No
Input Voltage No
Output Voltage 12V, 24V
Output Rated Current N/A
Dimensions 5.51" x 3.54" x 1.02"
Weight (Pounds) 0.4600

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