- Item model number: REhub MPPT 12V24V_40A
- ASIN: B01BHNAZS0
- Date first available at Amazon.in: 3 February 2016
- Average Customer Review: 3 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #17,024 in Garden & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Garden & Outdoors)
REhub MPPT : 12/24V 40A - Now add Solar to your existing backup Inverter
- High efficiency MPPT charger combined with the interface to existing Inverters
- Controls the net current delivered to the batteries
- Complete unit to add Solar PV to your existing back up Inverter
- 40A continuous rated output. Connect upto 600Wp with 12V battery system, 1200Wp with 24V Battery system
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Description for REhub MPPT : 12/24V 40A - Now add Solar to your existing backup Inverter
With REhub MPPT add Solar PV to existing back up solutions without the expense of replacing the UPS/Inverter and Batteries. REhub MPPT controls the charging of the batteries from from two sources - the grid (charging by the existing UPS) and the installed Solar PV.REhub MPPT provides the right combination for adding Solar PV. REhub MPPT intelligently controls the charging process in a way that keeps the batteries safe and therefore extends their life. They allow the maximal use of Solar power.The unit is based on an high efficiency MPPT charge controller that maximizes the extraction of energy from the PV panel. MPPT control and the innovative design of the charger allow for a very high input to output Voltage ratio that reduces the system cost compared to that of a cheaper PWM controller. REhub MPPT Solar Charging is High efficiency MPPT Based: Using MPPT also allows for the use of economical larger PV panels which are produced in volumes for MW plants on rooftops. REhub's power electronics design also does power conversion at better than 95% efficiency.REhub MPPT's innovative Power electronics design allows for a very high Input to Output ratio of Voltages without loss of efficiency. This translates into the ability to wire the PV panels in an all series arrangement- reducing system costs.There are savings in: Wiring costs - Input Voltage can be much higher than the battery system Voltage - and therefore the size of the wire can be smaller = Lower costs in wiring. PV Panel costs - On a per Watt-Peak (Wp) basis - larger PV panels (More cells- more commonly used in MW installations) cost lesser than Smaller PV Panels ( Lesser cells).
Top customer reviews
i recommend installation of this product by which one can convert existing UPS just by adding solar panels along with the unit.