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SunExplorer PVCM25D-MPT: Solar Charge Module with Multi Point Tracking


Product Description

The PVCM25D-MPT charge controller is only compatible with the PVDM4-25, SEDM4-25 and SEDM6-25 displays unit.  They ARE NOT interchangeable with other parts from other kits.  For full function use the SEDM6-25.

If you’re ready to update your trailer charge controller to smart 6 stage charging, here is a drop in replacement that keeps the factory look. You can use the old display or update to the new display.

The 25 Amp solar charge module with Multi Point Tracking controller (PVCM25D-MPT) is a rugged inline solar charge controller. It uses Pulse Width Modulation (PWM) to control the solar charge current. The controller delivers the maximum charging rates throughout each of the charging stages and connects between your 12VDC storage batteries. The controller was designed as a drop-in replacement for the Atkinson Electronics and SunExplorer PVCM-25D Controls.

The PVCM25D-MPT is fully encapsulated and can operate in the wide temperature ranges and harsh environments. It is a micro-processer based, photo voltaic charge controller with temperature compensation that is used for Lifeline, AGM, gel or flooded batteries. It automatically charges your battery to 100% and keeps the battery in float stage. If your battery gets to low, it goes into Automatic Boost Mode keeping your batteries full and extending the life of your batteries.

The PVCM25D-MPT can handle up to 450 Watts but check the current rating on the solar panel because each manufacturer can be slightly different.

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