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  • PVCM-40D
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PVCM40D: Solar Charge Module with Display Jack

$115.00

Product Description

**The PVCM40D charge controller is only compatible with the PVDM6-40 display unit (A0267).  They ARE NOT interchangeable with other parts from other kits.**

The solar charge module handles up to 40 Amps at either 12 or 24 volts DC.  It is ideally suited for RV’s, Motor homes, off-grid applications, such as small cabins, remote homes, or other off-grid applications. 

The charge controller with its built-in temperature sensor is mounted in the battery area and the PVDM6-40 display is mounted in the living area and connected to the charge controller with a standard Ethernet chord.  The PVDM6-40 light-switch-sized remote display (with a back-lit LCD for dimly lit locations) indicates the battery voltage, solar charge Amps, solar Amp hours, battery percent remaining, battery load Amps, and battery Amp hours. A single scroll button easily switches between the various readouts.  Low battery voltage generates a flashing display alarm.  The PVCM40D charge controller incorporates temperature compensation and LEDs to indicate power charge status and three levels of battery charge.   It switches automatically between 12 and 24-volt systems and its pulse action extend the battery life by reducing sulfation.

SOLD SEPARATELY:  The 100 Amp load shunt (A0224) is REQUIRED for the PVDM6-40 Display to show the battery load Amps and battery Amp hours.   The 100 Amp shunt connects to the PVCM40D’s external load shunt input.

For more information go to “other details” for the product sheet. 

PVCM40D Dimensions: W: 2.1” x H: 1.3” x D: 4.0”

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Quantity:
SKU:
A0348
Weight:
6.00 Ounces
Availability:
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