PVCM25D: Solar Charge Controller 25 Amp with a Display Jack

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Product Overview

 **The PVCM25D charge controller is only compatible with the PVDM4-25 display unit.  They ARE NOT interchangeable with other parts from other kits.**

The solar charge module 25 Amp with Display Jack is ideally suited for RV applications where the charge controller is mounted near the batteries and the remote display is mounted in the living area.  A standard Ethernet cord connects the controller and display rather than large battery cables.  The light-switch-sized remote display (with a back-lit LCD for dimly lit locations) indicates the status of the battery charge, solar chare Amps, solar Amp hours collected, and battery voltage.  A single scroll button easily switches between the various readouts.  Low battery voltage generates a flashing display alarm.

The PVCM25D can handle up to 450 Watts but check the current rating on the solar panel because each manufacturer can be slightly different.

The PVCM is also available in 10 Amp, 25 Amp, 40 Amp or 40D Amp versions that have the option for a jack to hook up to a display.  See PVCM-10, PVCM-25, PVCM-40 or PVCM-40D.

Dimensions: W: 4.0” x H: 1.3” x D: 2.1”



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  • 3
    Second one of these

    Posted by Randall Huff on Jul 3rd 2018

    I purchased this trailer 3years ago and it had the solar panels and this control.It a 2006 fifth wheel and I don't know when the solar was added.It failed this year but had worked well for the 3 years I had it.
    The new one is working good and hopefully will last .

  • 4
    The new controller fixed my system, I just am disappointed the old one failed in 4 years...

    Posted by jcutright4@msn.com on Jul 20th 2017

    The replacement controller fixed the issue