Midnite Solar Classic $654.00
The Midnite Solar Classic lines of MPPT charge controllers will substantially increase the flexibility, features and range currently found on MPPT controllers. The MidNite Classic charge controller is unique in its ability to be used for a great variety of DC input sources. The Classic is designed to regulate DC input from PV, and Approved Hydro and Wind turbines. The Classic 150, 200 and 250 are designed to work with 12, 24, 36, 48, 60 and 72 volt battery banks. With the Classic 150 ranging up to 96 amps, the Classic 200, 79 amps and the Classic 250, 63 amps, why would you need any other controller? MidNite Solar has doubled its factory floor space for production of the Classic line of charge controllers, making the Classic the only real “Made in America” charge controller. The Classic standard models are the only MPPT controllers with built-in Arc Fault Detection, making them the safest controllers available.
• 150, 200 and 250V operating voltages. • 12-72V battery charging standard • Built in DC-GFP and Arc Fault Detector • Battery temperature sensor is included • Solar, wind and hydro MPPT modes • Ethernet, USB and RS232 • Remote and local displays possible • 32 MB of data logging • Set up Wizard with voice help screens coming soon. • Wizard walks you through: • Battery hook up • PV array sizing and hook up • Wind turbine program selection • Wire sizing • Breaker selection • PV combiner selection • Sunrise and sunset program set up • Voltage drop calculations
Midnite Solar The Kid $346.00
Midnite Solar The KID 30A MPPT Solar Charge Controller, 150V
Midnite’s KID 30 amp MPPT charge controller has so many great features – we don’t know where to begin! Ideal for small renewable energy systems, the KID allows for true input paralleling. As your power needs grow, and you need more than 30A, add more modules to the array, and a second KID. This will give you twice the power from a single array, and will act as a 60A charge controller for the system. Up to 12 charge controllers can be wired together, for even more potential, giving you a nice, scalable solution.
• Now includes AGS – Auto Generator Start
• MPPT Tracking
• True paralleling – Inputs and Outputs for two KIDs
• Up to 150VDC input with Midnite’s exclusive HyperVOC extending the input voltage beyond 150 VOC for cold climates
• 12V, 24V, 36V, 48V battery output
• Load/Clipper function user selectable. Clipper function is used on Wind/Hydro and requires an additional Midnite KID Clipper
• Lighting Controller: dusk-dawn; hourly; day; night settings
• Up to 30 amps battery output with low input voltage based off of PV configuration
• No fan, for quiet operation
• Reverse polarity protected
• Front panel exchangeable fuses for battery, input and load/clipper
• 3 LED bar graph for battery status at a glance
• Keypad for access to extensive menu items and set points
• Sealed for harsh environments
Even More Features making Installation Easy and Convenient:
• Fuses are built right in – one for the Battery, one for the Solar Input, and one for the Load Control
• Now includes Prewired Wall Mount Harness connected to the KID
• USB port included – easy to install firmware updates when needed
Auxiliary port – can be used for generator starter, low battery disconnect signal, or Amp-Hour reading of the batteries, with the Whiz Bang Jr.
Midnite Solar The Brat $96.00
Midnite Solar’s new 30 amp PWM solar charge controller is the most versatile charge controller in its class. The Brat is ideal for RVs, outdoor, marine applications, and renewable energy systems such as lighting and water pumping. A nice feature about this 30A charge controller is that it can be used for load control. So say for example, you have a 12V system, and a 12V light that you want to control. You use 10A for the load, and 20A for the solar. Within the charge controller, you can set the light to go on from dusk to dawn, or other times of the day, giving a lot of configurability and flexibility to the load control. If you just want to use it as a solar charge controller only, you change the settings to 30A so it knows to use all the current for charging. altE Tips: · For PWM charge controllers, you’ll want to remember to match the nominal voltage of the battery bank to the nominal voltage of the solar array. So for example, a 12V battery bank must use a 12V solar panel. A 24V battery bank must use a 24V solar panel, or two 12V panels wired in series. · Location of Brat is important. For greatest efficiencies, choose a cooler area where you can have shorter wire runs. · Input and output circuit breakers should be used to provide circuit protection as well as maintenance convenience. Typical breaker sizes by wire gauge are: 10AWG – 30A; 12AWG – 20A; 14AWG – 15A.