- Low cost BlackBull PWM 20 Amp controller with battery type selector and timer
- Low cost PWM controller with day/night switch and timer
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The BlackBull 10A charge controller is ideal for the smaller and low budget installations.
Great performance on a simple and extremely complete controller. Battery type selection is possible and electronic integrated timer
- Low cost PWM controller with day/night detector.
- Automatic 12/24V detection.
- Internal temperature sensor.
- Three stage battery charging (bulk, absorption, float).
- Protected against over current.
- Protected against short circuit.
- Protected against reverse polarity connection of the solar panels and/or battery.
- With low voltage load disconnect output.
- Simple and very easy to use and understand
2 year warranty
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Remote display for Blackbull MPPT charge controller
The 20A dual BlackBull charge regulator has the peculiarity of being able to charge through the solar panels that it has simultaneously connected to two batteries (or two banks of batteries even of different capacities) independent at the same time.
Very suitable for motorhomes, since it will charge the vehicle's starter battery on the one hand and, on the other, it will charge the caravan's service battery for household consumption. This DUAL regulator has its corresponding instructions in Spanish. Easy to configure.