Susitna Energy Systems

Schneider Electric Charge Controllers

 


Schneider electric has been manufacturing quality components for off-grid and grid tie systems. Their Conext SW is an Inverter/Charger available for battery based systems while their Conext XW is used for grid-tie applications. Each of the systems have compatible electrical panels that allow for seamless installation.

Controllers

C Series PWM - C40

The C40 may be configured for 12 V, 24 V, or 48 V operation and can be used as a charge, diversion, or load controller and come with a standard multi-color charge status LED face plate. It has electronic protection against short-circuit, overload, and over-temperature conditions and tolerance to hostile environments with its conformal-coated boards and powder-coated enclosure.

Download C40 Datasheet

 

 

 

Conext MPPT 60 150

The Conext MPPT 60 150 is a photovoltaic (PV) charge controller that tracks the maximum power point of a PV array to deliver the maximum available current for charging batteries. When charging, the MPPT 60 150 regulates battery voltage and output current based on the amount of energy available from the PV array and state-of-charge of the battery.

Download MPPT-60-150 Datasheet

 

 

 

 

Conext MPPT 80 600

The ConextTM MPPT 80 600 solar charge controller offers an industry-first set of integration features and top performance that allows for large PV array systems to be easily installed and connected to the battery bank at the lowest overall cost. Installing one MPPT 80 600 is faster than installing multiple smaller charge controllers and lowers overall costs further by utilizing fewer PV strings, smaller wiring and conduit, and by eliminating the need for PV combiner boxes and DC circuit breakers.

Download MPPT-80-600 Datasheet

Components

Power Distribution Panel for Conext XW

Power Distribution Panel for Conext SW

System Control Panel

Automatic Generator Start

Price 

Please call store for pricing  907-337-1300

Content derived from www.solar.schneider-electric.com on 2/17/2015