Ganz Eco-Energy 12/24V Dual Charge Controller
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Ganz Eco-Energy 12/24V Dual Charge Controller

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Item No. 329023
$63.04 $64.99
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The Ganz dual charge controller charges two independent battery banks using only one solar panel array. This unit is fully automatic and switches between batteries depending on their state of charge. For boats, RVs, and other systems with two batteries.

Charge Controller Features:
• Optimized for use with Ganz Semi-Flexible Solar Panels
• ISO 9001 Certified
• Charges 2 separate batteries from a single solar panel array.
• Automatically switches between batteries
• Suitable for 12V or 24V DC Systems
• Compatible with Lead-Acid, AGM, or Gel batteries
• Overcharging, Reverse Polarity, & Short Circuit Protection
• Battery Priority selection function
• Operating Range of - V30F to 102F
• Optional Digital Remote Meter Model GCC-RM
• 2-Year Warranty
• Full Installation Instructions included
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  • Charges two independent battery banks
  • For lead acid, AGM, or gel batteries
  • Overcharge protection
  • Suitable for 12V or 24V systems
Unit Weight 0.00 lb
Brand GANZ
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how long does it take to recharge the 12V battery,, on average..

Asked by: Jeff
Maximum output for this charge controller is 110W / 6.4 Amp Maximum solar input is 30V / 120W A rough estimate of charge time is to take the Amp Hour capacity of the battery you want to charge and divide it by 6.4 As an example, a fully discharged 60 Ah battery would take around 9.4 hours or more to recharge if the charge controller is producing maximum output the entire time. Charge time will vary depending on how much the battery(ies) have been discharged, along with solar panel capability, sunlight exposure time, temperature, battery age/type, etc.
Answered by: CW Steven
Date published: 2019-03-19
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