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hkalan



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PostSubject: MorningStar Charge Controllers   Mon Aug 18, 2014 8:47 am

Hello,

I find that MorningStar Charge Controllers are perfect for my systems.

The TS-60 MPPT is very robust with features, and the TS-60 PWM can be a charge controller, or a Dump Load Controller.

The TS-60 MPPT is also my choice for a Solar Charge Controller for all my LifePO4 battery banks, as the MSView in combination with the "Custom" setting on the DIP switch is fantastic.

Here is a video about the hardware, and below that will be the diagrams I use to set up the system monitoring.




Here is the diagram for a base monitoring using the MeterHub and view all the data on the Morningstar Remote Meter...

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Here is a more advanced system with a relay to automate your system while still using the remote meter...

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I have the above system with the relay to start the Diesel Generator... should the battery banks go low... but I also use the other connections in addition to the remote monitor, so I can connect to my LAN/WAN and view data on my computer and wifi network. I only needed to add the Serial to Ethernet converters to connect to my network router !!

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I have full monitoring of the MorningStar hardware on a MorningStar Remote Monitor, my computer, and wifi network... Redundancy can be a good thing (as you see Below).

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Should you want to know more about the communications of the MorningStar hardware. The direct link is below !

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Alan
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