• SD Card
  • External Temperature Sensor
  • Battery Temperature Sensor

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Technical Specifications
Specification Description
Battery Input 12/24 Vdc Automatically detects on power up or restart
Battery Charge Current  Limited to 16.5 Amps
Solar Input 56 Vdc Max
Solar Current Limited to 13 Amps
Charging algorithm Maximum Power Point Tracking(MPPT)

Priority-1 Load, 8Amps Max, Sheds @ <11.6/23.2vdc, reset @ 12.6/25.2vdc


Priority-2 Load, 8Amps Max, Sheds @ <11.8/23.6vdc, reset @ 12.6/25.2vdc

Temperature Range -30 to +70c
Cooling Dual Device cooling fans
Temperature sensors External Ambient, Battery, MPPT, Device enclosure
SD Card 2gb, Data logger, SYSLOG and reports. 90+ year capacity 
Tamper Switch Input Dry Contact NO/NC tamper detection
RS485 Modbus RTU, Device Firmware Updates
Modbus RTU BAUD 4800, 9600, 19200, 38400, 57600, 115200 – N,8,1
LED Battery Indicators Fully Charged, Bulk/Absorb/Float Mode
LED IP Indicators MQTT Broker Connected, PING, Ethernet Cable attached
LED System Indicators SYSLED, SD CARD DATA 
LED Cooling Fans Indicators  Device Fans ON/OFF Status, **External Fan ON/OFF Status
LED Load Shed Indicators Load1, Load2 ON/OFF status
Protocols MQTT SPA/B, Modbus RTU/TCP

*Specifications subject to change without notice ** Not Included

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System Vital Signs
Parameter Measurements
  • voltage
  • charge and discharge current
  • watts
  • state of charge
  • charge mode
  • health
  • capacity
  • installed amp-hour size  
Solar Panel
  • voltage
  • current
  • watts
  • installed panel watts size
  • days system without sun
Real-time System Predictions
  • time to complete site failure
  • days of autonomy remaining
  • battery life remaining
  • battery size required to sustain desired days of autonomy
  • battery amp-hours to add
  • panel watts to add
  • time to replace battery
  • current
  • on/off status
  • battery
  • outside
  • MPPT 
  • device enclosure
  • in bulk mode
  • in absorb mode
  • in float mode
  • in load shed
  • time up
  • fans on
  • deep discharge
  • battery capacity low
  • battery capacity failure
  • System not sustainable
  • battery hot/cold
  • replace battery
  • battery/solar voltage too high
  • predicted autonomy failure
  • panel capacity failure
  • charging anomaly

*Not all vital signs measurements listed