Posted on Tuesday, October 22nd, 2013 in Arduino, hacks by DP
In this video Julian Ilett demonstrates his Arduino solar charge controller:
High efficiency values (96% – 97%) are achievable when the buck converter is stepping down from 18v to 12v. With a 72-cell panel and the converter stepping 35v down to 12v, the efficiency drops to around 88%.
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