60A Solar MPPT 12V/24V/36V/48V Bluetooth Charge Controller

【Advanced 99% Tracking Technology】LiTime's 60A MPPT Solar Charge Controller features advanced Maximum Power Point Tracking technology that continuously tracks the array's maximum power point, ensuring maximum power is utilized to charge the battery. The tracking efficiency is no less than 99%, and the peak conversion efficiency is up to 97%.

【Bluetooth Function】The LiTime 12V/24V/36V/48V MPPT Controller equipped with a built-in Bluetooth module, customers do not need to purchase another Bluetooth module, which can achieve remote control and display usage information.

【LCD Screen & LED Indicators】The LiTime MPPT controller is equipped with an LCD screen that displays system operation information and 4 buttons to navigate the menus. Multiple LED indicators display the status of the solar panel array, battery, loads, and controller.   

【Excellent Heat Dissipation & Multiple Protections】Constructed with die-cast aluminum, the LiTime MPPT controller provides excellent heat dissipation to reduce power loss. Additionally, multiple protections are built-in to ensure the controller is fully protected from Reverse Connection, Overpower, Overvoltage, Short-circuit, and Over-temperature.

【Compatible with Multiple Batteries】The LiTime MPPT controller is compatible with Sealed, Gel, and Lead-Acid batteries by adjusting the parameters. It also features LiFePO4 Battery Charging Mode, making it easy to charge LiFePO4 batteries.

【Additional Components】The copper wire connector equipped in the accessory can increase the contact area between the wire and MPPT during installation, increasing the ability to transmit current.

【Application Tips】Do not use this MPPT controller for the 48V (15 cells) LiFePO4 batteries.

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60A Solar MPPT 12V/24V/36V/48V Bluetooth Charge Controller

$369.99 $191.99

60A Solar MPPT 12V/24V/36V/48V Bluetooth Charge Controller

$369.99 $191.99
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    SPECS

    BASIC
    Default Battery Setting:
    12V LI (Lithium Iron Phosphate) Battery
    System Voltage:
    12V/24V/36V/48V
    Rated Charging Current:
    60A
    Rated Load Current:
    20A
    WIRING
    Max. Solar Panel System Input Power:
    900W for 12V/1800W for 24V/ 2600W for 36V/3200W for 48V
    Max. Solar Input Voltage:
    150V
    No-Load Loss:
    12mA at 12V/10mA at 24V/6mA at36V6mA at 48V
    Battery Voltage:
    9V - 64V
    Max. Power Point Voltage Range:
    Battery Voltage+3V to 120V
    Max. Capacitive Load Capacity:
    8000uF

    FAQ

    Q: Is an MPPT too big?

    A:

    There is a practical limit, if the solar array is too large then the power is just wasted, since the charge controller is always limiting the output. A typical recommendation is to limit the solar array to 110%-125% of the maximum controller rating.

    Q: Does an MPPT make a battery overcharge?

    A:

    LiTime solar charge controllers use maximum power point tracking (MPPT) technology which optimize solar production and control the battery charging voltage to prevent overcharging.

    Q: What does an MPPT do when the battery is charged to full?

    A:

    When the battery voltage reaches a point where the battery charger decides that the battery is full, the charger will cut out, and stop drawing power from the MPPT controller. In other words, the battery charger will present a high impedance to the MPPT controller.

    Q: Can I connect an MPPT with an inverter directly?

    A:

    No! MPPT solar charge controllers help to flow the current efficiently into your depleted battery. If we connect an MPPT solar charge controller directly to the inverter, your soalr system can get damaged, but if not damaged, there will be zero input in the inverter. So connecting MPPTs directly to the inverter is a bad idea!

    Q: How big of a MPPT solar charge controller do I need?

    A:

    You take the total watts of the solar array divided by the voltage of the battery bank. That will give you the output current of the soalr charge controller. For example, a 1000W solar array ÷ 24V battery bank = 41.6A. The rating of the charge controller should be at least 40A.

    Q: Is MPPT better than PWM?

    A:

    MPPT controllers are generally pricier compared to PWM controllers. However, they operate more efficiently under specific conditions, enabling them to generate more power using the same quantity of solar modules than a PWM controller.

    REVIEWS

    Customer Reviews

    Based on 8 reviews
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    S. Martin
    60A MPPT with Bluetooth

    It is very well made 60A MPPT.
    It has a large heatsink to dissipate the heat without the need of the noisy fan.
    It is very easy to set up using the front panel buttons or using Bluetooth.
    I like that I can go into user mode so I can set the parameters to match my LiFePO4 batteries.
    it is very efficient in converting Solar power input to battery charging power, I get about 97%.
    I now have two of them and I'm very happy with them so far.
    I do hope that they will release the new version that will allow you to set the charging current as needed.

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    [.S.
    Great Controller so far

    I have had this controller running non stop for about 2 months now and havent had any issues with it , running approximately 700W worth of panels and 12v 400 ah Li time battery and runs my fridge 100% on solar, ordered two more to of these units to power AC this summer.

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    Devin Akin
    Absolutely stellar. Will continue to buy many more products from Li Time.

    I’ve purchased a 60A Solar MPPT, two 200Ah Plus batteries, and more from Li Time. Products are always as described, a wonderful value, and work great.

    K
    Kelsie Orr
    Bluetooth no go

    Ive tried to connect to bluetooth for 3-4 days no go, controller works well very efficent but the bluetooth needs something.

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    e.m.
    3 days in

    seems to work well but when batterys are full there is a voltage spike that trips my inverter off. emailed support yesterday and waiting for help

    Customer Reviews

    Based on 8 reviews
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    (8)
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    (0)
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    S
    S. Martin
    60A MPPT with Bluetooth

    It is very well made 60A MPPT.
    It has a large heatsink to dissipate the heat without the need of the noisy fan.
    It is very easy to set up using the front panel buttons or using Bluetooth.
    I like that I can go into user mode so I can set the parameters to match my LiFePO4 batteries.
    it is very efficient in converting Solar power input to battery charging power, I get about 97%.
    I now have two of them and I'm very happy with them so far.
    I do hope that they will release the new version that will allow you to set the charging current as needed.

    [
    [.S.
    Great Controller so far

    I have had this controller running non stop for about 2 months now and havent had any issues with it , running approximately 700W worth of panels and 12v 400 ah Li time battery and runs my fridge 100% on solar, ordered two more to of these units to power AC this summer.

    D
    Devin Akin
    Absolutely stellar. Will continue to buy many more products from Li Time.

    I’ve purchased a 60A Solar MPPT, two 200Ah Plus batteries, and more from Li Time. Products are always as described, a wonderful value, and work great.

    K
    Kelsie Orr
    Bluetooth no go

    Ive tried to connect to bluetooth for 3-4 days no go, controller works well very efficent but the bluetooth needs something.

    e
    e.m.
    3 days in

    seems to work well but when batterys are full there is a voltage spike that trips my inverter off. emailed support yesterday and waiting for help

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