Solar charge controllers, which were once only available to some industries in the solar industry, are now widely used in everything from our home power generators to streetlights to RVs. These devices have advantages as well as disadvantages. The advantage of this software is that it offers full intelligence, automation, and humanization. The disadvantage of this software is that it can fail. The occurrence of failures can be minimised by purchasing a high-quality solar charge controller. For your benefit, We have listed several possible reasons why your power might be off.
The Solar Panel Cannot Charge the Battery.
- The positive and negative poles of the solar panel should be in the right order.
- There should be no obstructions on the panel.
- Is the technical specification right? How does the voltage at the open circuit meet controller requirements?
- It is determined whether solar panels produce more power than the controller is rated for. An over-loaded controller may burn out in this situation.
Battery of Solar Charge Controller Is about to Be Drained
- The battery capacity is too small, and the battery time is short, regardless of whether the design is reasonable.
- There is a tendency for the battery to age, degradation occurs, and the battery should be replaced regularly. The battery's service life is generally 2-3 years, and its capacity declines dramatically as a result.
- Before installing the battery, check whether it was shorted on installation. An overcharged battery will be of much lower capacity when damaged.
- If the load power exceeds the design power, the battery will have much lower capacity.
It Does Not Work with Solar Charge Controllers.
- Make sure the controller output voltage matches the working voltage of the load.
- Make sure there are no shorts or overloads at the load.
- Did you turn off the controller load output?
- There is a low voltage or high voltage that will cause the controller to automatically stop processing the load.
- It is a delay setting on the load.
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