ACOPOWER 800 Watts 12/24 Volts 8PCS 100 watts Polycrystalline Panel Solar Kits with 60A MPPT LCD Charge Controller/Mounting Brackets/Y Connectors/Solar Cables/Cable Entry housing
ACOPOWER 800W Solar Kit | 60A MPPT Charge Controller
This 800W Solar Kit is designed with an off-grid in mind. Suitable to mount on RVs, green homes, cars, and boats.
- Solar Module: 8PCS 100W Polycrystalline
- MPPT Charge Controller: 60A MPPT
1 pair 30ft 12AWG cable with female/male connector to connect to the charge controller
1 pair 8FT 8AWG Tray Cable to connect the charge controller to your battery;
2 Pair 1Y4 Branch connector: 1 male to 4 female(M/FFFF) and 1 female to 4 male(F/MMMM).
Mounts and cable Entry housing:
8 sets Mounting z-brackets
1pc waterproof cable Entry housing
60A MPPT Charge Controller
Nominal system voltage:12v/24v/36v/48v DC auto work
Rated charge current :60 Amp
Max. PV open circuit voltage:150V/138V (At 25℃)
Battery type :Sealed (Default)/Gel/Flooded/User. Lead-acid batteries and Lithium-ion batteries
MPP voltage range: V(BAT)+2V～108V
Max. PV input power: 750W/12V, 1500W/24V, 2250W/36V ,3000W/48V
- Relay: Rated Value:5A/30VDC; Max. Value:0.5A/60VDC
- Terminal: 2AWG/35mm2
100W 12V Polycrystalline Solar Panel
Solar kit Features
1. Nominal for 12V battery changer.
2. High-efficiency & high output.
3. High transparent low-iron, tempered glass.
4. Rugged design to withstand high wind pressure, hail and snow load.
5. Aesthetic outlook.
- Peak Power (Pmax):100W
- Peak Circuit Voltage (Voc): 22V
- Max Power Voltage (Vmp): 17.48V
- Short Circuit Current (Isc): 6.21A
- Max Power Current (Imp): 5.72A
- Wind resistance: 2400pa
- Dimension: 40.2*26.4*1.4 Inch
- Weight: 17.6 lb
How to properly set up a basic system
First, the battery should be hooked up to the charge controller. You could use our tray cable or any general stranded copper core wire to connect the two. Make sure that you lead the wire into the battery terminal of the charge controller and match the + and – to the battery + and -. Make sure to screw in the exposed wire tightly inside the controller terminal. Then screw on the battery rings to the battery.
Second, then connect your solar panel to your charge controller. We recommend that you connect the adapter kit to your panel first, then follow the + or – sign coming off of the leads of the panels and match it with the + and – sign on the charge controller. Be careful at this step, because if the panel is inserted incorrectly, you can have reverse polarity and short the system causing damage to the panels or controllers.
Lastly, you can hook up your inverter to your battery by using battery ring cables and by matching the + to + and – to -.