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Morningstar TriStar TS-MPPT-60 Charge Controller with Meter


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Morningstar’s TriStar TS-MPPT charge controller is an advanced maximum power point tracking (MPPT) battery charger for solar PV systems up to 3kW. It can be used with arrays with a maximum open circuit voltage of 150 VDC and charge batteries between 8 and 72 VDC. A remote temperature sensor and a meter are included with this model.

The controller provides the industry’s highest peak efficiency of 99%. It also has significantly less power losses as compared to other MPPT controllers. The TriStar MPPT features TrakStar Technology and smart tracking algorithms that maximize the energy harvest from the PV by finding the solar array peak power point with fast sweeping of the entire I-V curve.Extensive networking and communications capabilities enable system monitoring, data logging and adjustability.

Both models offer open standard MODBUS protocol and Morningstar’s MS View software. TriStar TS-MPPT models offer Meterbus communications between compatible Morningstar products, and allow Serial RS-232 connection to a personal computer. They are ETL Listed to UL 1741 and comes with a 5-year warranty.

The TS-MPPT-60 is the first PV controller to include on-board Ethernet for a fully web-enabled interface, it also includes up to 200 days of data logging. The optional TriStar meter and remote meter provide detailed operating data, alarms, faults and three LED’s display system status. The chassis on the TriStar TS-MPPT controllers is isolated from the power circuits, allowing its use in both, negative and positive grounded systems.

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