Renogy DCC50S 12V 50A DC Board Battery Charger with MPPT
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- The Renogy DC-DC On-Board Battery Charger with MPPT is designed to charge service batteries at the most effecient rate from two DC input, solar panels and the vehicles alternator
- Compatible with multiple deep cycle battery types: AGM, GEL, Flooded, and Lithium.Max. Solar Input Voltage : 25V
- Sophisticated automatic 3-phase charging profile (Bulk, Boost, and Float) ensures your service battery will be accurately charged at the correct voltage levels to 100%
- Built-in Voltage Sensitive Relay (VSR) for user friendly setup with traditional alternators
- Smart Protection Features: battery isolation, over-voltage protection, battery temperature protection, over-current protection, overheat protection, reverse current protection, solar panel and alternator reverse polarity protection
Product detailsSize:50A DC Board Battery Charger with MPPT
- Product Dimensions : 24.38 x 14.48 x 7.62 cm; 1.42 Kilograms
- Date First Available : 9 August 2019
- Manufacturer : Renogy
- ASIN : B07W84SS41
- Item Model Number : Renogy DCC50S 12V 50A DC-DC
- Country of origin : Thailand
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Renogy's DCC50S DC to DC MPPT on-board Battery Charger is designed to give you options! This multi-stage, multi-input battery charger can charge a service battery from an alternator connected to a starting battery or by utilizing solar panels connected directly to the unit. While your vehicle's alternator prioritizes your starting battery, this unit will allow your solar system to charge your service battery first! It's the smart way to keep yourself fully charged and off-grid longer! And with multi-stage charging and multi-chemistry functionality, Renogy's DC to DC MPPT Charger has you covered whether you're using Flooded, Gel, AGM, or Lithium batteries.
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So buyers beware that this will not perform at all well with out the ignition sense wire installed and even then only 25 amps maximum typically from a standard alternator. You will need at least 13mm sq or 6 AWG cable installed to achieve reasonable output when alternator charging. I have not tried a smart alternator at this stage but I expect at the lower voltage from them it can only be worse!
Not good enough Renogy! The product appears well made and a quality product and works very well in all other respects but this is a serious letdown on what would otherwise be an excellent product.
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There's the added value of also being a DC-DC charger (I have yet to set that part of it up, but I'm sure it'll work great) as well as having the ability to top off your starting battery when the house battery is full.
One thing I would like to see in this price range would be a display to tell us how much power is going into the unit. Maybe they can use the RJ45 jack (labelled for future development) to connect to a remote display, in which we mount wherever convenient? I'd buy that if it came out!
I just had my 4 day road trip to test out all my RV conversions . Unfortunately , the Renogy failed in the first day of the long drive . Both the PV and Ignition lights were off , not charging the Relion batteries at all. I had to cut the trip short as I had no electric power.
Really easy to put in place
Controls solar charge
If house battery is full it will charge the starter battery
Also charges house battery from alternator
Will charge lithium as well
Only able to have a 25 volt solar input
Should be at least a hundred volts
Can have 6. 100 watt panels in parallel but not in series as the volts will be to high.
Cannot connect to a 250 300 watt panel as the volts are higher than 30 volts
So it limits choice