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Morningstar Sunlight series SL-20L12V 20A /20A load circuit, PWM Solar Regulator, Solar Charge Controller

Length: 16.8
Width: 5.5
Height: 3.4
Brand: Morningstar
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REG-SL20L12V-MNS

AU$230.00
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Morningstar Sunlight series SL-20L12V 20A /20A load circuit, PWM Solar Regulator, Solar Charge Controller

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Weight 0.2600
Brand Morningstar

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• Proven reliability
• Precise lighting control
• PWM battery charging
• Microcontroller digital accuracy
• Fully automatic operation
• Ten field adjustable lighting control options
• Special on/off/on functions
• Manual test capability
• LVD override protection
• Detects day and night using the PV array
• Suitable for all 12/24 Vdc lamps
• Sealed/flooded battery select
• Temperature compensation
• Parallel with a SunSaver for 40 amps solar
• Includes SunSaver battery charging circuit
• 5 Year Warranty

 

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