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Nature Power 8 Amp 130-Watt 12-Volt Solar Power Charge Controller
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Nature Power

8 Amp 130-Watt 12-Volt Solar Power Charge Controller

  • Prevents 12V batteries from overcharging
  • Up to 120 Watts of solar charging
  • Easy to use and set up
$29.10 /each

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The Nature Power 8 Amp Solar Charge Controller will prevent overcharging of batteries by regulating the voltage from a 12-Volt solar panel to a safe level for charging 12-Volt batteries. A solar panel charge controller is required for any solar panel array rated 12-Watt or higher. Solar panels are unregulated and may have a voltage higher than necessary to charge 12-Volt batteries. Designed for use with 12-Volt solar panels this solar charge controller is safe for use with up to 8 Amp or 130-Watt solar panel array. A simple two LED display shows that the solar panel is functioning and whether your battery is charging or fully charged. This solar charge controller is easy to use and easy to set up, great for beginners to solar power, plug and play connections eliminate any fussing with electrical wires. You can connect up to seven Nature Power 18-Watt Solar Panels to one 8 Amp Solar Charge Controller. Solar charge controllers are for permanent installation and should be installed close to the battery in a dry and ventilated area.

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How many batteries can I use with this controller?

I want to make a solar generator on a small trailer. I plan to install 6 18 wheeler sized batteries.
Asked by: Phototrekkin
An 8 amp charge controller and a 130 watt or equivalent solar panel array will barely charge 1 deep cycle or agm battery to full charge (any battery that doesn't get a full charge after frequent use will have a very short life span), if your planning on using a standard battery don't waste your time or money or you will be broke and have junk batteries in less than a year. Invest some more time in research before investing your hard earned money, it will pay off in the end.
Answered by: golfdsl
Date published: 2017-02-23
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