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Morningstar Prostar PS30M 30A 12/24V 30A load circuit, metered Solar Charge Controller Solar Regulator

Length: 15.3
Width: 10.5
Height: 5.5
Brand: Morningstar
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AU$345.00
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Morningstar Prostar PS30M 30A 12/24V 30A load circuit, metered Solar Charge Controller Solar Regulator

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Brand Morningstar
Weight 0.3400

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• Estimated 15-year life

• PWM series battery charging (not shunt)

• 3-position battery select: gel, sealed or flooded

• Very accurate control and measurement

• Jumper to eliminate telecom noise

• Parallel for up to 300 amps

• Temperature compensation

• Tropicalization: conformal coating, stainless- steel fasteners & anodized aluminum heat sink

• No switching or measurement in the grounded leg

• 100% solid state

• Very low voltage drops

• Current compensated low voltage disconnect (LVD)

• LED’s indicate battery status and faults

• 5 year warranty

 

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• 5 year warranty

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