50 Amp 12/24/48V MPPT Solar Charge Controller

Buy 50A MPPT charge controller for high efficiency battery charging from solar panel, 12V/24V/48V auto identification, maximum PV input power 700W/12V, 1400W/24V, 2800W/48V, come with multipe protection, LCD display, 3-stage charging method, easy to set up and operate, long service life.
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Products specifications


  • MPPT (Maximum Power Point Tracking) solar charge controller 12V/24V/48V auto identification, max. PV input voltage 150V, maximum PV input power 700W (12V), 1400W (24V), 2800W (48V).
  • LCD display real-time power generation and current, daily power generation, cumulative power generation and fault record.
  • Adopting the advanced MPPT algorithm to track the maximum power point of solar power generation in real time, high charging efficiency over 98.5% and tracking accuracy over 99.73%.
  • Support lead-acid batteries, colloidal batteries and lithium batteries. 3-stage battery charging for efficiency and safety.
  • Battery temperature sensor (BTS) automatically provides temperature compensation to ensure the controller's life.
  • Multiple protection including PV array short circuit, overvoltage, and overcurrent reverse polarity protection; battery overcharge, reverse connection, under voltage protection.


Rated Voltage 12V/24V/48V Auto
Rated Current 50 Amp
Maximum Protection Current 52 Amp
Battery Voltage Identification Range 12V (DC 9V-15V), 24V (DC 18V-30V), 48V (DC 36V-60V)
MPPT Operating Voltage Range 12V (DC 18V-150V), 24V (DC 34V-150V), 48V (DC 65V-150V)
Maximum PV Input Power 12V: 700W, 24V: 1400W, 48V: 2800W
PV Input Low Voltage Protection Point 12V: DC 16V, 24V: DC 30V, 48V DC 60V
PV Input Low Voltage Recovery Point 12V: DC 18V, 24V: DC 34V, 48V DC 65V
Limit Input Voltage DC 170V
PV Input Overvoltage Protection Point DC 175V
PV Input Overvoltage Recovery Point DC 170V
Charging Method 3 stage: constant current (MPPT), equalize charge, float charge
System Type 12/24/48V Automatic identify (36V manual setting)
Static Power Consumption 2W
Machine Efficiency 96.50%
PV Module Utilization 99.97%
Float Charge Voltage 12V (13.75V), 24V (27.5V), 48V (55V)
Equalize Charge Voltage 12V (14.2V), 24V (28.4V), 48V (56.8V)
Recommanded PV Module Voltage 12V (DC 18V-60V), 24V (DC 36V-72V), 48V (DC 72V-144V)
Temperature Compensation -3mV℃/2V
Temperature Protection 85℃
Temperature Rise Protection 80℃ or more to reduce power output
Protective Function PV array short circuit, overvoltage, overcurrent reverse polarity protection; battery overcharge, reverse connection protection, under voltage protection
Working Temperature -10℃ ~ +45℃
Humidity 0~90% RH (no condensation)
Altitude 0~3000m
Security Level CE, PSE, FCC, EMC
Mechanical Protection Class IP21
Optional Battery Type* Lead-acid battery (Factory default), colloidal batteries, liquid batteries, lithium batteries (Also can be customized for other types of battery charging)
Product Size 260*192*80mm
Weight 3.7kg


* If you need this controller for charging the lithium battery, please contact us in advance and provide us the parameters of your lithium battery including equalize charge voltage, float charge voltage, maximum charge current, end-of-discharge voltage, and recovery voltage, so as to help you choose a most suitable charger controller.

Wiring Diagram

MPPT solar charge controller connection diagram

Tips: What should we pay attention to when choosing MPPT solar controller?

1. Solar panel voltage

We only need to pay attention to the working voltage and short-circuit voltage of solar panels, such as 18V, 36V and so on. As for the short-circuit voltage, if the working voltage is 18V, the short-circuit voltage of the solar panel should be 22V, and the working voltage of 36V should be 42V. The solar charge controller is chosen correspondingly according to the working voltage of solar panel energy.

2. Solar panel current

The size of solar charge controller we often say is actually how many amps of current the solar controller has (i.e. the maximum charging current). The charge controller will generally have 10A, 20A, 30A in size, and some high-power controllers will have 50A, 60A or even more. When selecting a solar charge controller, the charging current of solar panel cannot exceed the value of the controller, otherwise the controller will be damaged. For example, if the solar panel current is 6A, we should choose the 10A charge controller.

50 Amp 12/24/48V MPPT Solar Charge Controller reviews
I've been using this controller in 48V mode for a month without an issue.
Arrived promptly, and I replaced my old MPPT charge controller with this one, because it over charged. Good documentation and there was no problem for the installation. I've been using this controller in 48V mode for a month without an issue. It seems to work so much better than the old one even in the cloudy days. All in all, it was a great buy.
Eric Wood | 11/7/2019 6:03 PM
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