MT-50 Remote Tracer Meter

MT-50 Remote Tracer Meter

MT-50 Remote Tracer Meter

RENOGY MT-50 Remote Tracer Meter for

ViewStar Charge Controller

14288 Central Ave., Chino, CA 91710

1-800-330-8678

Table of Contents

Important Safety Instructions ....................................................................................................... 4

General Information ...................................................................................................................... 4

Identification of Parts .................................................................................................................... 5

Installation ...................................................................................................................................... 6

Frame Wall Mount Installation ..................................................................................................... 6

Flush Wall Mount Installation ...................................................................................................... 7

Operation ........................................................................................................................................ 7

Menu Display ............................................................................................................................... 8

1. Monitoring ............................................................................................................................ 8

2. Device Info ......................................................................................................................... 10

3. Test Operation ................................................................................................................... 10

4. Control Parameters............................................................................................................ 11

5. Load Set ............................................................................................................................ 13

6. Device Parameters ............................................................................................................ 14

7. Device Password ............................................................................................................... 15

8. Charge Mode ..................................................................................................................... 15

9. Factory Reset .................................................................................................................... 16

10. Failure Info ........................................................................................................................ 16

11. Meter Parameters.............................................................................................................. 16

System Status Icons ................................................................................................................... 17

System Status Glossary ............................................................................................................. 18

Failure Information ...................................................................................................................... 19

Device Considerations ................................................................................................................ 19

Warning Indicator ...................................................................................................................... 19

Telecommunication Port ........................................................................................................... 20

Battery Level Flashing ............................................................................................................... 20

Battery capacity AH ................................................................................................................... 20

Troubleshooting .......................................................................................................................... 21

Technical Specifications ............................................................................................................. 21

Mechanical Parameters............................................................................................................. 21

Temperature Parameters .......................................................................................................... 21

Electrical Parameters ................................................................................................................ 21

Charging Parameters ................................................................................................................ 22

Threshold Voltage Parameters ................................................................................................. 23

CAD Dimensions ....................................................................................................................... 23

RNG Group Inc. Limited Warranty ............................................................................................. 25

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Important Safety Instructions

Please save these instructions.

This manual contains important safety, installation, and operating instructions for the charge controller. The following symbols are used throughout the manual to indicate potentially dangerous conditions or important safety information.

WARNING : Indicates a potentially dangerous condition. Use extreme caution when performing this task.

CAUTION: Indicates a critical procedure for safe and proper operation of the controller

NOTE: Indicates a procedure or function that is important to the safe and proper operation of the controller.

General Safety Information

Read all instructions, cautions, and notes in the manual before starting the installation.

There are no serviceable parts inside the MT-50. Do not disassemble or attempt to repair the meter electronics

Do not allow water to enter the MT-50.

General Information

The Renogy MT-50 Tracer meter is the remote digital display used for the

10Amp/20Amp/30Amp ViewStar Charge Controllers. It is a self-diagnostics meter ideal for monitoring and displaying the current solar system status information and any error indications the system might be experiencing. The information is displayed on a backlit

LCD display and is easily navigated using the buttons on the meter. The MT-50 Tracer meter could also be flush mounted on a wall or flat surface using the mounting frame provided. The MT-50 Tracer is supplied with a 2 meter long cable and is connected using the RS485 port located on the back.

Key Features

Large LCD Display

Compatible with multiple ViewStar Charge Controllers

Real-time monitoring and graphical display

Customizable parameters for the device, charge rate, and load

Remote control of the Load

Included Components

Wall Mounting Frame

2 meter cable

4 x ST4.2X32 Self-tapping Screws

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5

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Identification of Parts

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1. Communication Indicator (Green)

2. Alarm Sound port (Alarm will be discontinued in new models)

3. Warning Indicator (Red)

4. 4 X Mounting Holes

5. Display Screen

6. Navigation Buttons

7. RS485 Port

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Installation

WARNING : BEFORE drilling, make sure that there are no electrical components or other obstacles that may interfere with installation on the other side of the mounting surface.

CAUTION: Before installing the MT-50 Tracer, apply power and make sure the meter is

working properly. Resolve any issues before installing the meter and the meter cable.

The MT-50 can be mounted in two ways: Frame Wall Mount or in a Flush Wall Mount. A plastic mounting frame has been included for the purpose of Frame Wall Mounting. If

Flush Wall Mounting then the MT-50 faceplate sits flush with the mounting surface and the body of the meter would be able to rest comfortably in a hole cut-out on the mounting surface.

Frame Wall Mount Installation

When frame mounting, the MT-50 Tracer will be utilizing the provided frame and be mounted on a wall or surface. No cut-outs are required for surface with the exception of the 4 x screw holes.

1. Locate and drill the screw holes based on the mounting frame dimension and erect the plastic expansion bolts on the wall.

2. Use the 4 x ST4.2X32 self-tapping screws to fix the frame

3. Use the 4 x M4X8 pan head screws to mount the MT-50 front to the frame

4. Mount the 4 associated screw plugs into the screw holes.

5. Plug the meter in and verify that the meter powers up and displays appropriate data.

Troubleshoot if necessary.

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Flush Wall Mount Installation

This is a low-profile installation. The faceplate of the MT-50 sits flush with the mounting surface or wall and the body of the meter rests in a hole cut-out on the mounting surface.

The meter wiring is concealed behind the mounting surface, or the interior of the wall.

1. Locate and drill screw holes based on the installation size of the surface. Level the faceplate and remove a holecutout.

2. Use the 4 x M4X8 cross recessed pan head screws with the M4 nuts to mount the

MT-50 surface onto surface.

3. Mount and use white plugs in the screw holes.

Operation

The following keys are used to cycle through the screens or adjust the parameters on the tracer:

Once the Tracer Meter is connected, the user will see welcome screen followed by a device info screen, before settling on the Default Screen.

Welcome

VS2024BN

Rate.Vol: 24V

Char.Cur:

Disc.Cur:

20A

20A

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Menu Display

Press ESC to access the main menu, and utilize the up and down keys to maneuver through the menu. Select OK to choose an option. The main menu options will be the following:

1. Monitoring

2. Device Info

3. Test Operation

4. Control Parameters

5. Load Set

6. Device Parameters

7. Device Password

8. Charge Mode

9. Factory Reset

10. Failure Info

11. Meter Parameters

NOTE: In some models, you might be prompted to enter a password. Simply put “0” all the way through and press enter.

NOTE: To customize charge parameters, BATT must be set to USER, under 4. CONTROL

PARAMETERS

NOTE: The values found in your controller are default values and will not necessarily match the ones listed. The values on this table are to show the user what the different screens are used for.

NOTE: You do NOT have to program the control. These parameters are for extra features.

Once you connect the battery the settings are automatically synced.

1. Monitoring

NOTE: Use the up and down arrows to maneuver through the monitoring menus. The left and right arrows indicate submenus and display further information regarding the system

VS2024BN

Jan-01-2015

04:40:44

The Default Screen displays information regarding the PV module, Battery, and Load.

The PV module indicator will have a sun or a moon depending on the time of day. The face will indicate normal system behavior in terms of the battery.

The screen displays the Charge Controller

Model Number, followed by the Date and

Time.

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Charge Energy

Day: 0.00 kWh

Month:

Total:

0.00 kWh

0.05 kWh

Discharge Energy

Day: 0.00 kWh

Month:

Total:

0.00 kWh

0.05 kWh

Battery

Voltage: 0.00 V

Current:

SOC:

0.00 A

0.05 %

Battery

Temperature:

Max Voltage:

Min Voltage:

0.00

°C

0.00 V

2.4 V

Battery

Charge: No Charge

Energy:

Fault:

Normal

No

PV

Voltage:

Current:

Power:

0.0 V

0.0 A

0.0 W

Work:

Fault:

Mode:

PV

Disconnect

No

PWM

The kilowatt hours accumulated in a day,

Month, and total since the controller has been turned on

NOTE: Once the battery is disconnected, the values are reset to 0 unless there is an external battery installed on the controller face

Same as above but regarding discharged energy

Demonstrates the battery’s Voltage,

Amperage, and State of Charge (SOC).

Demonstrates Battery Temperature, the Max.

Voltage detected and the Minimum Voltage

Detected by the Battery.

This screen gives the user a visual of battery status beyond voltage, temperature, and amperage. The user can see if they battery is charging, the energy flow, and if there are any faults In the system.

Looks at PV voltage, current, and power generated.

Demonstrates PV status in terms of it PV state, whether there is a fault detected, and the mode of charge.

NOTE: Under Mode it should display PWM. If it displays anything else such as MPPT or DCC, please disregard this as it is due to a software error that does not affect the performance of the meter.

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Controller

Temperature: 000.0

°C

Status: Normal

Voltage:

Current:

Power:

Load

000.0 V

000.0 A

000.0 kWh

Load

Work:

Fault:

OFF

Yes

Manual Control

Default: Off

The charge controller’s temperature and status is displayed.

Displays the current Load Voltage, Current, and Power generated in kilowatt hours.

Indicates whether the load is on or off and whether it is experiencing any error.

Determines whether the user wants to manually control the paramaters of the Load.

NOTE: If timers are on, then it will display that screen as opposed to this screen.

2. Device Info

NOTE: Use the up and down arrows to maneuver through the monitoring menus. The left and right arrows indicate submenus and display further information regarding the system

VS2024BN

Rate.Vol: 24V

Char.Cur:

Disc.Cur:

20A

20A

Displays device info for the charge controller and the next menu displays the charge controller name and screen number.

VS2024BN

SN: 16 digit code

3. Test Operation

NOTE: Press OK to change from reading mode to parameter setting mode. Once the parameter is highlighted, use the UP and DOWN arrows to adjust the setting and press

OK once again to save the setting.

Test Operation

VS2024BN: ON

The test operation is used for the load terminal and determines whether the output is normal.

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It does not affect the working-load settings (if there are any preset) and upon turning the test operation on/off, the screen will save and exit.

4. Control Parameters

NOTE: Press OK to change from reading mode to parameter setting mode. Once the parameter is highlighted, use the UP and DOWN arrows to adjust the setting and press

OK once again to save the setting.

NOTE: To customize charge parameters, BATT must be set to USER, under 4.

CONTROL PARAMETERS

NOTE: A Control Parameters table can be found under Technical Specifications for

parameter boundary limits.

Battery Type

Choose Gel, Sealed, Flooded or User

Sealed

Battery AH battery and modify the Amp-hours(Ah) if necessary. Choose from 1-999 Ah.

200AH

Temp Comp. Coeff

-3mV/

°C/2V

Rated Voltage

Auto

Over Voltage Disconnect

16.0V

Charge Limit

15.0 V

Over Voltage Reconnect

15.0 V

Equalization Charge

14.6 V

Boost Charge

14.4 V

Float Charge 13.8 V

Temperature fluctuation can affect performance in the system. Therefore, the purpose of temperature compensation is to adjust the performance of the system to keep the system functioning normally. Choose from

0mV to -9mV

Choose between 12V, 24V or AUTO for rated battery voltage.

Default parameters for over-voltage disconnect and charge limit.

Default parameters for over-voltage reconnect and equalization charge rate.

Default Parameters for Boost and Float

Charge

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Boost Reconnect

13.2 V

Low Voltage Reconnect

12.6

Under Voltage Reconnect

12.2 V

Under Voltage Warning

12.0 V

Low Voltage Disconnect

11.1 V

Discharge Limit

10.6 V

Battery Charge SOC

100%

Battery Discharge SOC

30%

Equalize Time

120min

Boost Time

120min

Default parameters for Boost reconnection and Low voltage reconnect

Default parameters for under voltage reconnect and under voltage warning

Default parameters for low voltage disconnect and the discharge limit.

If using the SOC for battery management, then these parameters let the Charge

Controller/Tracer know the SOC of the battery based on these boundary limits.

NOTE: This function will be discontinued in future models.

Set a time for how long equalization and boost charges occur.

5. Load Set

NOTE: Use the up and down arrows to maneuver through the monitoring menus. The left and right arrows indicate submenus and display further information regarding the system

NOTE: Press OK to change from reading mode to parameter setting mode. Once the parameter is highlighted, use the UP and DOWN arrows to adjust the setting and press

OK once again to save the setting.

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0

0

0

Manual Control

Light on/Off

Light on+Timer

Timer Control

Manual Control

Default: ON

ESC

0

Manual Control

Light on/Off

0

Light on+Timer

0

Timer Control

Light On/Off

On 05.0 V Delay 10M

Off 06.0 V Delay 10M

ESC

0

Manual Control

0

Light on/Off

Light on+Timer

0

Timer Control

Light On+Timer

On 05.0 V Delay 10M

Off 06.0 V Delay 10M

Nightime12 H00

Light On+Timer

OnTime1 01H:00M

OnTime2 01H:00M

ESC

Manual control gives the user complete control over the load terminals. The user can set it to be manual by default or not.

NOTE: If ON, load will remain on assuming battery capacity is enough and no abnormal conditions occur. Load can be turned off and on by pressing the OK button on the meter

In Light On/Off the user sets to load to be operated by the time of day.

The load terminal automatically turns ON when the solar voltage goes BELOW the point of NTTV (Night Time Threshold Voltage).The load automatically turns OFF when the voltage goes ABOVE the point of DTTV (Day Time

Threshold Voltage). There is a delay between turning the load on or off and can be programmed to be from 0-99minutes.

NOTE: Minimum and maximum charge parameter values can be found in Technical

Specifications

Similar to Light On/Off parameter with the addition of a timer that the user sets in order to indicate how long a load will be on or off.

The user also sets an appropriate time for when it is night time. Nightime12 indicates the remaining time between the Load being on and off

NOTE: Timer needs to be activated for it to

work

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0

Manual Control

0

Light on/Off

0

Light on+Timer

Timer Control

U sing a 24-hour clock, the user is able to set the time for when the load will turn on and the time for when the load will turn off. The system works fine with just one timer, the second timer serves the purpose of dual functioning.

For example, if the user wants to turn the load

Time Control

Time1/Time2

OnTime

OffTime

19:00:00

06:00:00 on and off within 3 hours of night time and turn the load on and off again before sunrise they will be able to with a dual timer.

6. Device Parameters

NOTE: Use the up and down arrows to maneuver through the monitoring menus. The left and right arrows indicate submenus and display further information regarding the system

NOTE: Press OK to change from reading mode to parameter setting mode. Once the parameter is highlighted, use the UP and DOWN arrows to adjust the setting and press

OK once again to save the setting.

Device Parameter

Ver: Version #

ID: 001

Device Parameter

Backlight 60S

Month-Date-Year

HH:MM:SS

The display will be the version number of the

Charge Controller as well as display the ID.

The ID is important if there are custom settings

(For Example, the USER function), then the parameters will be saved under that certain ID.

This serves the purpose of having the tracer work for various charge controllers and their respective ID’s.

NOTE: The ID of the charge controller and the tracer must match for them to be operable together.

The backlight is also modifiable as well as the date and time.

7. Device Password

NOTE: In some models, you might be prompted to enter a password. Simply put

“0” all the way through and press enter.

NOTE: Press OK to change from reading mode to parameter setting mode. Once the parameter is highlighted, use the UP and DOWN arrows to adjust the setting and press

OK once again to save the setting.

Device Password

OriPsw: XXXXXX

NewPsw: XXXXXX

Before making any parameter changes, the user can have the charge controller require a password.

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8. Charge Mode

NOTE: Press OK to change from reading mode to parameter setting mode. Once the parameter is highlighted, use the UP and DOWN arrows to adjust the setting and press

OK once again to save the setting.

Choose from Voltage Compensation or State

Charge Mode

Voltage Compensation of Charge Battery Managing modes to determine battery charge status.

NOTE: It is not possible to measure actual

SOC, but rather express it as a percentage of some reference. In this case it is voltage alone

(VC) or battery capacity over a time span

(SOC)

VC. converts a reading from battery voltage to determine SOC by utilizing the charge controller’s algorithm for known discharge. It is highly sensitive to temperature changes and battery disturbances thus having less accurate battery charge statuses.

SOC is more accurate by keeping track of the voltage and current flow in and out of the battery when reporting battery charge status.

The SOC is determined by multiplying current by the time for which it flowed.

9. Factory Reset

NOTE: Press OK to change from reading mode to parameter setting mode. Once the parameter is highlighted, use the UP and DOWN arrows to adjust the setting and press

OK once again to save the setting.

Reset the controller to factory settings. This

Factory Reset

YES NO will erase any customized parameters the user may have set.

The default “0” password may also be activated.

10. Failure Info

NOTE: Press OK to change from reading mode to parameter setting mode. Once the parameter is highlighted, use the UP and DOWN arrows to adjust the setting and press

OK once again to save the setting.

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Failure Info.

Any faults or indicators that the controller experiences will be readily available to view in the Tracer’s Failure information.

A maximum of 15 failure messages could be displayed. When the failure has been corrected, it will disappear from the failure information log. For a list of common failures, check the Failure Information Table

11. Meter Parameters

NOTE: Press OK to change from reading mode to parameter setting mode. Once the parameter is highlighted, use the UP and DOWN arrows to adjust the setting and press

OK once again to save the setting.

First screen displays information regarding

Meter Parameters

Type: MT-50

Version: version #

SN: SN # the controller and the tracer type.

Meter Parameters

SW-Pages: 000S

Backlight:

AudAlarm

000S

ON

The Switch-Pages feature allows the menu screens, under Monitoring, to cycle through the displays at every second desired by the user.

NOTE: There is a 10 minute delay when modifying the switch pages feature.

The backlight controls the time it is on, following the last button being pressed.

The alarm sound can be turned on or off to indicate error.

NOTE: This alarm feature will be discontinued in future models.

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System Status Icons

PV BATTERY SYSTEM LOAD

Day/ PV

Charging

Battery

Charging

System

Normal

Load

ON

Night/ PV

Not

Charging

Battery

Level Full

Battery

Over

Discharge

System

Under

Voltage

System

Over

Discharged

Load

OFF

PV Status

Connect

Disconnect

Measure Err

Input O. cur.

RPP Short

MOS-C Short

System Status Glossary

Meaning

PV is Connected

PV is Disconnected

Measurement Error at the PV terminal

PV is Overcurrent

(Metal oxide semiconductor) used for PV reverse polarity is short.

(Metal oxide semiconductor) used for charging is short.

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RPP Break

BATT Status

Equalize

Boost

Float

NoCharge

LVD

UVW

Normal

OVD

(Metal oxide semiconductor) in control circuit is damaged

Meaning

Battery is equalizing

Battery is in boost mode

Battery is in float mode

No charge to battery

Low voltage disconnect

Under voltage warning

Battery is normal

Over voltage disconnect

Disc.O.O.Ctrl. Battery experiencing error charging/discharging

Ctrler O.Temp. Battery is too hot, over temperature

LOAD Status

On

Off

Meaning

Load On

Load Off

Load O. cur.

Load Circuit

Error

MOS Short

Load is overloaded

Load connection is short

Load experiencing error

Metal oxide semiconductor used in load is short

Failure Information

Indicator Troubleshoot

Load MOS-Short Reset the controller to factory settings. If problem persists, contact supplier.

Load Circuit

Load O. cur.

Input O. cur.

RPP Short

Load circuit is short. Check the device wiring and connections going into the load. There may be a break in the wire.

Load is overcurrent. Check to make sure the devices connected to the load terminal are within the load specification. If so, then reduce the number of loads and it will reconnect automatically.

PV terminal overcurrent. Use a multi-meter to determine whether solar panel(s) specification match the nominal parameters of the charge controller.

Check connections to make sure they are not reverse. Reset the

RPP Break controller to factory settings. If problem persists, contact the supplier

Reset the controller to factory settings. If problem persists, contact the supplier

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Char.MOS-Short The charge driver is short. Reset the controller to factory settings. If problem persists, contact the supplier

Disc.O.O.Ctrl. Check that the battery connections are properly connected to the battery terminals of the charge controller. Make sure there is no short along the line. Reboot the controller. If problem continues, reset the controller.

Ctrler O.Temp. Controller Over temperature. Place the controller in a cooler environment where it will automatically reconnect.

Comm. Timeout Error with the communication port. Check controller connection and reboot device.

Device Considerations

Warning Indicator

The red LED on the tracer will turn on where there is an issue. Check the Failure

Information Log first. The following are possible reasons for the warning indicator

1. One battery could be disconnected, over voltage, or open circuit. Check connections. Disconnect and reconnect.

2. The remote temperature sensor probe is malfunctioning. Check the sensor probe. Disconnect and reconnect.

3. The system is experiencing overcharging current. Check connections, disconnect and reconnect

4. Solar PV is short circuited. Check connections, disconnect and reconnect.

Telecommunication Port

When the meter running on individual power or the communication is cut off, the MT-50 will display graphical symbols abnormally. Press any key to stop the display and resume normal activity. IF problem persists, disconnect the port and connect it again. Normal behavior is when the meter updates every 20 seconds.

NOTE:

Errors could occur in the telecommunication port if the connection is not

properly secured. Also, too long of a cable may cause some inconsistencies.

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Battery Level Flashing

Each strip equals to 20% of battery capacity. The bar that is flashing indicates that the battery is within the next increment of 20% of the battery capacity. For example: when the first bar is flashing, the battery is at 1-19% of capacity. Similarly, when the second bar of the battery is flashing, then the capacity is at 21-39%.

NOTE:

The meter measures battery capacity by the voltage it is experiencing.

When batteries are charging, they will not necessarily match the accurate battery capacity.

Battery capacity AH

AH is the accumulation of charging, each one minute will count. The data is not accurate while the charge current is too small. The min. is 1AH, means 1 amps charging for 1 hour, Ah comes to show.

Troubleshooting

MT-50 has no display

Verify the charge controller is powered on and that it is securely connected to the

MT-50.

LCD display is dim

Check the system battery voltage. The MT-50 needs a minimum of 8 V to operate.

Verify that the temperature is within range of the LCD operating parameters.

MT-50 turns on, but shows no data

MT-50 is potentially damaged or the cable is damaged. Replace the cable by contacting the manufacturer.

MT-50 display does not match product manual

Our products undergo manual revisions from time to time. Please check our website at Renogy-store.com > downloads for latest documentation.

Buttons do not work

Disconnect the MT-50 and clean the faceplate to remove any potential buildup of residue

Reconnect MT-50

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Technical Specifications

Mechanical Parameters

Communication Cable RJ45 (8 pin)

Cable Length

Faceplate Dimensions

Wall Frame Dimensions

Weight

2 meters

98 x 98mm (3.86 x 3.86in)

114 x 114mm (4.49 x 4.49in)

0.23 Kg

Temperature Parameters

Operation Temperature -4

°F to 158°F

Humidity 0-100%

Electrical Parameters

Rated Voltage

Minimum Voltage Suggested

Strong backlight on

Backlight and LED indicator off

12V

8V

< 23mA

< 15mA

Charging Parameters

Battery type

Default

Gel

16.0V; x2/24V

Sealed

16.0V; x2/24V

Flooded

16.0V; x2/24V

High Volt Disconnect

Max

Min

17.0V; x2/24V

15.0V; x2/24V

17.0V; x2/24V

15.0V; x2/24V

17.0V; x2/24V

15.0V; x2/24V

Charging Limit Voltage

Default 15.5V; x2/24V 15.5V; x2/24V 15.5V; x2/24V

Max

Min

16.0V; x2/24V

14.0V; x2/24V

16.0V; x2/24V

14.0V; x2/24V

16.0V; x2/24V

14.0V; x2/24V

Default 15.0V; x2/24V 15.0V; x2/24V 15.0V; x2/24V

Over Voltage

Reconnect

Equalization Voltage

Max

Min

Default

Max

16.0V; x2/24V

N/A

16.0V; x2/24V

15.2V; x2/24V

16.0V; x2/24V

14.0V; x2/24V 14.0V; x2/24V 14.0V; x2/24V

N/A 14.6V; x2/24V 14.8V; x2/24V

15.2V; x2/24V

Min N/A 14.2V; x2/24V 14.2V; x2/24V

Boost Voltage

Default

14.2V; x2/24V 14.4V; x2/24V 14.6V; x2/24V

Max

Min

15V; x2/24V

13.8V; x2/24V

15V; x2/24V

13.8V; x2/24V

15V; x2/24V

13.8V; x2/24V

Float Voltage

Default

13.8V; x2/24V 13.8V; x2/24V 13.8V; x2/24V

Max 14.2V; x2/24V 14.2V; x2/24V 14.2V; x2/24V

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Min 13.2V; x2/24V 13.2V; x2/24V 13.2V; x2/24V

Boost Return Voltage

Default

13.2V; x2/24V 13.2V; x2/24V 13.2V; x2/24V

Max 13.5V; x2/24V 13.5V; x2/24V 13.5V; x2/24V

Low Voltage

Reconnect

Min 12.7V; x2/24V 12.7V; x2/24V 12.7V; x2/24V

Default

13.2V; x2/24V 13.2V; x2/24V 13.2V; x2/24V

Max 13.5V; x2/24V 13.5V; x2/24V 13.5V; x2/24V

Min 12.7V; x2/24V 12.7V; x2/24V 12.7V; x2/24V

Under Voltage Recover

Default

12.2V; x2/24V 12.2V; x2/24V 12.2V; x2/24V

Max

Min

12.6V; x2/24V

11.8V; x2/24V

12.6V; x2/24V

11.8V; x2/24V

12.6V; x2/24V

11.8V; x2/24V

Under Voltage Warning

Default

12.0V; x2/24V 12.0V; x2/24V 12.0V; x2/24V

Max 12.4V; x2/24V 12.4V; x2/24V 12.4V; x2/24V

Low Voltage

Disconnect

Min 11.6V; x2/24V 11.6V; x2/24V 11.6V; x2/24V

Default

11.1V; x2/24V 11.1V; x2/24V 11.1V; x2/24V

Max 11.8V; x2/24V 11.8V; x2/24V 11.8V; x2/24V

Discharging Limit

Voltage

Equalize Duration

Min 10.5V; x2/24V 10.5V; x2/24V 10.5V; x2/24V

Default

10.8V; x2/24V 10.8V; x2/24V 10.8V; x2/24V

Max

Min

N/A

11V; x2/24V

10.5V; x2/24V

N/A

11V; x2/24V

10.5V; x2/24V

2 hours

11V; x2/24V

10.5V; x2/24V

2 hours

Boost Duration N/A

Threshold Voltage Parameters

The following chart demonstrates the parameters when using the Timer under load settings.

Description

Default

Parameter

5V; x2/24V

Day Time Threshold Voltage (DTTV)

2 hours 2 hours 2 hours

Night Time Threshold Voltage (NTTV)

Max

Min

Default

Max

Min

10V; x2/24V

1V; x2/24V

6V; x2/24V

10V; x2/24V

1V; x2/24V

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CAD Dimensions

NOTE: Dimensions are in millimeters (inches)

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www.Renogy-store.com

RNG Group Inc. Limited Warranty

Thank you for your interest in the products and services of RNG Group Inc. The products manufactured by RNG Group Inc. (the “Warrantor”) is warranted to be free from defects in workmanship and materials under normal use and service. The warranty is in effect from the date of purchase by the user (the “Purchaser”). The warranty covers substantial defects in material or workmanship including but not limited to: solar panels, charge controllers, battery inverters, wiring, and accessories.

Register your product by visiting http://www.renogy-store.com/Warranty-Registrations/1913.htm or by going to www.renogy-store.com

> Support > Product Registration at the bottom of the page.

Warranty period for various components:

Renogy brand solar panels

(Monocrystalline and polycrystalline models 150W and below, exclude bendable models)

Renogy brand solar panels

(Monocrystalline and polycrystalline models 240W and above)

Renogy brand solar panels (Suitcase models excluding charge controller and wires)

Renogy brand solar panels (bendable models)

Renogy brand charge controllers

5 year product material and workmanship warranty

5 year 95% output warranty

10 year 90% output warranty

25 year 80% output warranty

10 year product material and workmanship warranty

5 year 95% output warranty

10 year 90% output warranty

25 year 80% output warranty

5 year product material and workmanship warranty

5 year 95% output warranty

10 year 90% output warranty

25 year 80% output warranty

5 year product material and workmanship warranty

1 year product material and workmanship warranty

Renogy brand battery inverters 3 year product material and workmanship warranty

Renogy brand mounting hardware and wiring

Other Renogy brand products (LED & camping gear)

Renogy Firefly

1 year product material and workmanship warranty

1 year product and material workmanship warranty

1 year product material warranty

Please note that all outsourced products will not be covered by RNG Group Inc. limited warranty. Instead, outsourced products will be covered under the original manufacturer’s warranty, if applicable.

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For warranty outside the United States, the Purchaser should contact the Warrantor for specific warranty claims.

The warranty extends only to the original purchaser of the Warrantor’s products.

Products or components that have been serviced or replaced under their warranty period do not receive extended warranties. Instead, the serviced/replaced products will abide to the original warranty period issued when first purchased.

The warranty does NOT cover any failures that result from incorrect handling, product modifications, installation, natural elements, excessive or deficient energy supply, chemicals, or improper troubleshooting. It is the sole responsibility of the Purchaser to communicate to the Warrantor of any issues experienced with the product. If the

Warrantor determines that the problem with the product is not due to a manufacturing or workmanship defect, then the Purchaser is responsible for all costs necessary to repair and transport the product back to the original Purchaser.

If the Purchaser experiences any difficulty with a potentially defective product, it is their responsibility to contact the Warrantor’s Technical Support Team. The technicians will offer steps and procedures to repair a product or require the Purchaser to ship the product to the Technical Team if needed. Based on the outcome, the warranty service will then be in effect.

The Warrantor does not make any other warranties or conditions not explicitly defined on this page. Under no circumstances will the Warrantor, its employees, and its representatives be liable or responsible for any loss of use, business interruption, lost profits, lost data, and indirect/special/incidental consequential damage of any kind regardless of the form of action. They are neither liable for injury to any persons or property incurred through the use or sale of the equipment. The Warrantor assumes no liability for incidental or consequential damages of any kind.

RNG Group Inc. (the “Warrantor”)

14288 Central Ave,

Chino, CA 91710

Phone: 909-517-3598

Fax: 888-543-1164

Email:

-General Inquiries: [email protected]

-Sales Inquiries: [email protected]

-Technical Support Inquiries: [email protected]

-Customer Services Inquiries:[email protected]

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Revision May 2015

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