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Plasmatronics PL20 Amp Solar Regulator Solar Charge Controller.

Length: 10
Width: 10.9
Height: 4.1
Brand: Plasmatronics
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Plasmatronics PL20 Amp Solar Regulator Solar Charge Controller.

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Weight 0.3200
Brand Plasmatronics

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• All settings are adjustable and are stored in a non volatile memory

• User friendly alphanumeric LCD

• Shows daily charge and sicharge amp hours

• Boost, absoption and float modes

• Records charge and load amp hours, max and min battery voltages

• A sophisticated generator controller is included with four different modes of control

• A versatile event controller allows the load to be turned on or off

• Can be used for lighting, pumping, frost control etc.

• There is an adjustable low or high battery voltage alarm

• When the main battery is full, use the waste energy to charge an auxilary battery

• The PL supplies a signal to switch a relay to the second battery

• Protected against short circuit, reverse flow, lightning

• Low battery load disconnect function built in

• Current limit for over heat or over current

• Conformal coating applied to protect against corrosion



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