The CH201 is a microcontroller-based smart charge controller that is ideal for charging 12 Vdc VRLA batteries. The charger uses MPPT (maximum power point tracking) technology to safely manage amperage and voltage for optimal battery charging and longevity. It has dual inputs for use with a solar panel and/or any 15 to 50 Vdc charging source. The dual inputs provide the option for fail-safe charging. The CH201 also outputs various parameters to allow close monitoring of the battery and power usage.
The 8062 provides the BP12's sealed rechargeable battery but without mounting hardware for attaching the battery to an enclosure backplate. This product should be selected when a replacement battery is required, an enclosure will not be used, or you intend to use a custom mount.
The 33446 kit provides the necessary mounting hardware for users who would like to supply their own 12 Ah 12 V sealed rechargeable battery instead of using the BP12 battery. The 33446 kit can also be used with the 8062 (BP12 battery without mounting hardware).
This 24 in. battery cable came bagged and taped to the BP12 battery. One end terminates in clips to connect to the battery's post. The other end terminates in stripped pigtails to be connected to a CR6 datalogger, a CR200X-series datalogger, or other products needing a pigtail connection to a battery. The 30401 may be purchased to replace a lost or damaged cable, or it may be purchased by those supplying their own batteries locally.
This 24 in. battery cable comes attached to the BP12 and BP24 batteries. One end terminates in clips to connect to the battery's post. The other end terminates in a white connector to plug into a CH150, CH200, CH100, PS150, PS200, or PS100.
The 8061 is the main component of the BP12's mounting hardware (without grommets, screws, and Velcro strap). Four #505 screws and four #6044 grommets attach the bracket to an enclosure backplate. The 5207 Velcro strap secures the battery to the 8061 bracket.