The SmartSolar MPPT RS solar charge controllers are Victrons solution for systems with large series-connected PV arrays charging 48 V DC battery banks. This product is perfect for large off-grid, and grid-connected battery systems.
Ultra-fast Maximum Power Point Tracking (MPPT) Solar Charge Controller
The MPPT RS SmartSolar is a 48V Solar charge controller with up to 450VDC PV input and either 100A, or 200A output. It is used in on-grid and off-grid solar applications where maximum battery charging power is required.
Multiple independent MPPT tracking inputs
With multiple MPPT trackers, you can optimize your solar panel design for maximum performance for your specific location.
Isolated PV connections for additional safety
Full galvanic isolation between PV and battery connections provide additional overall system safety.
Wide MPPT voltage range
80 – 450 VDC PV operating range, with a 120VDC PV startup voltage.
Lightweight, efficient and quiet
Thanks to high-frequency technology and a new design this powerful charger weighs only 7.9 kg for the 100A model. In addition to this, it has excellent efficiency, low standby power, and a very quiet operation.
Display and Bluetooth
The display reads battery, and controller parameters. The parameters can be accessed with a smartphone or other Bluetooth-enabled device. In addition, Bluetooth can be used to set up the system and to change settings with VictronConnect.
PV Isolation resistance monitoring for peace of mind at higher voltages
The MPPT RS continuously monitors the PV array and can detect if there are faults that reduce the isolation of the panels to unsafe levels.
VE.Can and VE.Direct Port
For connection to a GX device for system monitoring, data logging, and remote firmware updates. VE.Can allows for up to 25 units to be connected together in parallel and synchronize their charging.
Programmable Relay, temperature sensor, auxiliary, digital input and voltage sensor connections. The remote input can accept the Victron smallBMS, and other BMS with allow-to-charge signal.