36V/48V Rover Boost 10A MPPT Solar Charge Controller
36V/48V Rover Boost 10A MPPT Solar Charge Controller
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SKU: RCC10RVRB-AU
AU$199.99 AU$178.99

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Description

The 10A Rover Boost charge controller is a unique solution that allows you to charge 36V or 48V battery banks with 12V or 24V low voltage solar panels—specially designed for golf carts and electric vehicles. Increase your driving mile range and battery life using the power of solar and the Rover Boost.

Engineered to boost the panel's voltage while maintaining high-speed MPPT Technology Tracking, the Rover Boost is one of the industry's most powerful controllers perfectly suitable for limited spaces. With minimal configuration needed, the Rover Boost is preset to charge lead-acid and lithium batteries and supports the latest Renogy Bluetooth monitor giving you the option for remote monitoring and setting adjustments via smartphone.

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Key Features

  • Boost Charging

        Boosts the voltage of 12V or 24V solar panels to charge 36V or 48V batteries

  • Wide Range Applications

        Increasing driving distance includes: electric vehicles, golf carts, scooters, trikes, and more

  • 99% MPPT Charging Efficiency

        Advanced MPPT Technology with minimum 99% tracking efficiency and 90% charge conversion efficiency for 4-stage battery charging (Bulk, Boost, Float, and Equalization) with charging

  • 4 Preset Battery Charge

        AGM/Sealed, Gel, Flooded, and Lithium. User mode also available for customizing charging

  • Multiple Electronic Protections

        Protect your battery, controller, and solar—including over-charge protection, reverse polarity protection, and more!

  • Bluetooth monitoring

        Add a Renogy Bluetooth Module (sold separately) and download the Renogy DC Home App for remote monitoring and customization. 

Package Includes

36V/48V Rover Boost 10A MPPT Solar Charge Controller

36V/48V Rover Boost 10A MPPT Solar Charge Controller

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36V/48V Rover Boost 10A MPPT Solar Charge Controller  
Rated System Voltage 36V / 48V, Auto Recognition (Non-Lithium)
Rated Charge Current 10A
Battery Operating Range 30 ~ 65 VDC
Battery Types AGM/Sealed, GEL, FLOODED, LFP, USER*
Rated Max Charge Power PV Input Power: 500W/36V; 650W/48V
Charging Power: 450W/36V; 600W/48V
Max Input Current (short-circuit, Isc) 35A
Power Limiting Protection Up to 600W/36V; 800W/48V
Solar Input Voltage Range (VOC) 15 ~ 25VDC / 36V
15 ~ 40VDC / 48V
MPPT Voltage Range 15 ~ 25VDC / 36V
15 ~ 40VDC / 48V
MPPT Tracking Efficiency ≥ 99%
MPPT Charge Conversion Efficiency ≥ 90%
Idle Consumption ≤ 2W
Operating Temperature Range -31°F ~ 149°F / -35 ~ + 65
Storage Temperature Range -40°F ~ 176°F / -40 ~ + 80
Temperature Compensation -3mV /  / 2V (Non-Lithium)
  0mV / 
 / 2V; no compensation (Lithium)
Grounding Type Common Negative Lug (M3)
Enclosure Rating IP20
Humidity 0-95% RH
Electronic Protections Battery overcharging, Battery over discharge, Battery reverse polarity protection, PV reverse polarity, PV Reverse flow, PV short-circuit protection, Controller internal over-temperature protection, Charging over-current protection
Communication RS485 / CAN bus signal
Dimensions (L x W x D) 8.8 x 7.6 x 2.9 inch / 224 x 192 x 74.5mm
Weight 2.65 lbs / 1.2 Kg
Terminal Range 16 ~ 2 AWG
Terminal Size M6-12x1
Certifications:  
CE and RoHS compliant Yes
FCC Class B Part 15 Compliant Yes
 

Warranty Information

Accessories 2 Year
 
1. How Do I Charge a 36V/48V Battery Bank With a 12V Solar Panel?
 
To charge the 36V/48V battery bank with either PWM or MPPT charge controller, the solar panel voltage should be more than 36V/48V. But in some cases, you may only have just one single 12V or 24V solar panel to charge a 36V or 48V battery bank, especially when you would like to charge batteries in places with limited space for solar, such as a golf cart. The Renogy 10A Rover Boost charge controller is a unique solution to boost the lower solar voltage to charge a high voltage battery bank.
2. I have 2 x 100W panels, can I use both of them for this controller?
 
Yes, the rated solar input is 500W for 36V batteries and the solar input can not go above 25VDC. The rated solar input is 650W for 48V batteries and the solar input voltage can not go above 40VDC. Connect the panels in parallel when using this controller.
3. In what order do I connect my system, and what operations do I have to do?
 
The off-grid solar system includes the solar panels, charge controller, batteries, inverter, Bluetooth module, and wirings. First, the battery should be hooked up to the charge controller with tray cables. Second, then connect your solar panel to your charge controller with adaptor kits. After the wiring connections, you will need to set your battery type using the SET button, and then the controller can take care of the rest. The LED Indicators and SET buttons are found on the OUTPUT side of the Rover Boost.
4. What type of protection does the Rover Boost Charge Controller have?
 
Battery Protection: Battery Over Discharge protection , Battery Over Voltage protection, Battery Reverse Polarity protection Load Protection: Load Overload protection, Load Short Circuit protection, Controller Overheating protection PV Protection: PV Over Current Protection , PV Short Circuit protection , PV Reverse Polarity protection, Battery overheating protection
5. How many watts can Renogy Rover Boost 10 amp charge controller handle?
 
The Rover Boost charge controller can work with standard off-grid 12/24V solar panels with PV Input Power: 500W/36V; 650W/48V, and Solar Input Voltage Range (VOC) 15 ~ 25VDC / 36V, 15 ~ 40VDC / 48V.
6. What does 10A on MPPT charge controller mean?
 
10A represents the max amount of amps the controller can output going INTO THE BATTERIES.
7. What are the recommended wiring gauge and ring terminal sizes?
 
The Rover Boost accepts ring terminals or lugs. Due to the terminal housing, ring terminals must comply with the instructions manuals.
8. How can I design a 200W solar and 48V battery system?
 
More questions about your off-grid power system? Learn more from Renogy Learning Center!
 
 
 

 

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