Solar 160 Amp 12 or 24 Volt Lead Acid

S160A12-EX & S160A24-EX FOR LEAD ACID BATTERIES CHARGED UP TO 15.1 VOLTS & 30.2 VOLTS 160 AMP CHARGE CONTROLLER FOR 12 & 24 VOLT SYSTEMS

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Spec sheets: Solar Tracker 5 S160A12-EX
or Solar Tracker 5 S160A24-EX

Instruction Manual:
Solar Tracker 5 S160A12/24-EX

Tesla Chargers S160A12 & S160A24 Solar Charge Controller
Tesla Chargers S160A12 & S160A24 Solar Charge Controller

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TESLA SOLAR TRACKER 5
S160A12 $2550
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S160A24 $2550
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  • surun suon

    Hi Aaron just like to know what wattage of solar panel suite s160a24v solar trackercontroller of mr bedini .also if I used 6v220aph with series of 24v and parallel what thought of wattage inverter can I used to invert to ac…..planning to run about 10 charger of mr bedini espcecially 30amp 24v and also some 30amp 12v and some 10amp 12v…I read peter lindemin batt secret and battery rejuv.. I got the whole idea of it and now starting the business and west mountain radio cba 4 software are ok….
    many thanks….do you think west mountain radio software ok or eagle eye got more industrial stuff….

    • Use the formula to calculate wattage – amps x volts = watts so 160 amps x 24 volts = 3840 watts.

      You refer to a 30 amp 24 volt charger, but we sell 20 amp and 40 amp chargers, no 30 amp charger is available.

      For battery rejuvination we recommend equipment from West Mountain Radio.

  • surun suon

    Hi aaron, thanks for the reply.. so therefore I need, 3840 watts solar panel for mr bedini solar tracker s160a24v… and also how many charger can I hook up to the inverter after I install all the solars panel and s160a24v solar tracker..if to hooked up the 20amp24v or 40amp 24v.
    Also west mountain radio have the amplifier for the load tests, i’m just wondering whether it can be treated as commercial style, because I used the cba 4 and seem to cut out most of time due to overheating the internal….so what I did I went out my way and adapted a few more cpu fan and also drill a vent down at the bottom of the cba and run cpu fan direct to it and it going the mile…..
    and also I notice mr bedini 240v or 220v adaptor plug seem to overheated as well after going full on charge like I did…so I run a big cpu fan on it and it going the mile…I hope you can informed him to do some slight adjustment to this so it can be use as commercial stuff.
    I notice the old type 1au charger has a 240volt powerpack built in it seem to goes on forever and it didn’t overheat, but it heavy.. why not bring that back…cause it does the job…
    just a thought…..
    many thanks
    ron

    • You can put a maximum of 160 amps at 24v into the S160A24 charger, but it is not necessary to use the maximum input.

      You need to stay within the specifications of any device in order to avoid overheating and damage. Be very careful to stay within the input specs for our chargers to avoid overheating and damage. The warranty does not apply to equipment damaged due to exceeding specifications. That also applies to West Mountain Radio or any other manufacturer.

  • surun suon

    Hi aaron, thanks you once again for your patience to reply.
    Yes I do understood all manual and spec.i got a fair ideas how many charger I can run of the inverter attached to 6vcell220aph X4 equal 24vand parallel that up….
    But I think you misunderstood my question about the charger heating up…what I’m trying to explain is for e.g your 2a12v/220vdc built for order to Australia and nz is 220vdc etc…and I charged a very sulphated battery up eg 12v lead acid car battery 350cca or 30aph batt….some battery take almost two days to completed it cycle of de-sulphate and the 220vdc power supply that you provide is getting to the point of very hot…..it not the charger that is hot…so therefore it will not be able to complete the de-sulphate process if I switch it off to cool down….so therefore I have mad alteration where the 220vdc power supply I attached a cpu fan on it to cooled it down to completed the process…..if I intended to use it for business I can’t always switch of the charger every time it hot….Also point out the 1au old version have a 220vdc power pack built in the charger itself… I charged every possible thing that I have and it past the test….I leave it charged 24seven no problem…now this is where I just want to point out on your new 220vdc power supply on the 2amp12v and the 10amp12v….if can be solve I will invest in many more of this charger…or I have to try the swiss made commercial one…
    please let me know…
    many thanks
    ron

    • You are the first person who has ever made the claim of an overheated power supply. I will pass this information on to the manufacturer and give you their response.

  • surun suon

    Hi aaron thanks once again for your time….
    just a compliment to make it even better and thought that all…
    many thanks
    ron…