A charge controller, charge regulator or battery regulator limits the rate at which electric current is added to or drawn from electric batteries. It prevents overcharging and protect against overvoltage, which can reduce battery performance or lifespan, and pose a safety risk. It also prevent completely draining (“deep discharging”) a battery, or perform controlled discharges, depending on the battery technology, to protect battery life. The terms “charge controller” or “charge regulator” refer to either a stand-alone device, or to control circuitry integrated within a battery pack, battery-powered device, or battery recharger.
|12 V-10 Amp||12/24 V-20 Amp||24/48 V-40 Amp|
|Nominal Voltage||12V||12/24 V Auto||24/48 Auto|
|Charging Current||10 Amp||20 Amp||40 Amp|
|Load Current||10 Amp||20 Amp||40 Amp|
|Uses||Control on Battery charge, Which Charging through Solar Panel|