Solar Regulators

Plasmatronics Solar Regulators

Plasmatronics PL Series Solar Regulators

Plasmatronics Dingo Series Solar Regulators

Plasmatronics PR Series Mini Regulators

Plasmatronics PL Accessories

Plasmatronics Dingo Accessories

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Plasmatronics Solar Regulators

Plasmatronics is an Australian company which specialises in the design and manufacture of electronic regulating and metering devices for solar power systems.

Plasmatronics was established in 1985 and they proudly design and manufacture their product in Australia.

As one of the earliest designers and builders of Solar Power Regulators in the world, Plasmatronics Pty Ltd is the preferred choice for Remote systems throughout Australia. They have also designed and built systems for use throughout the world. Examples of their major projects can be seen in the Philippines, Egypt, and Nepal. They had the worlds first Chinese language solar power regulator, which is in use in mainland China. Plasmatronics also have strong technological and commercial connections to Solar Regulator and BOS designers and manufacturers in Europe, India, China, and the USA.

Plasmatronics Pty Ltd is committed to ongoing design and development of its product. Their products are constantly being updated and improved, and they are committed to innovation. Plasmatronics are committed also to quality improvement, and they have technical staff employed to liaise with customers, so that they have constant feedback on how to improve both the design and make of the product. They are proud of the fact that they support our product throughout its life, and not just through a warranty period. Plasmatronics Pty Ltd is a wholly Australian owned Company incorporated in Victoria.

The Plasmatronics charge controllers are the industry standard, field proven way to take control of your battery based renewable energy system.
With tens of thousands of units in service, in a huge variety of applications, the Plasmatronics Regulators has a well-earned reputation for versatility and reliability.
The four stage charging algorithm incorporating true Pulse Width Modulated (PWM) constant voltage control gives you complete control over the whole charging cycle. All charging voltages and times are adjustable over generously wide ranges. This allows you to customise the charging regime to suit just about any custom requirements which you, your customer, or your battery manufacturer may have. Of course, in most cases you can choose from one of our four default programs, which cover most types of batteries and systems extremely well.
Plasmatronics PL series controllers have plenty of other tricks up their sleeves as well. They can control generators, night lights, back-up battery charging, many timer applications, and heaps more.

 

Plasmatronics PL Series Regulators

PL20, PL40, PL60 & PL80

The PL series of charge controllers give you the freedom to operate your solar electric system the way you want to.

They offer complete control over the charge cycle, plus an unprecedented amount of useful information about current and past performance.

PL regulators help to protect the system with a built in low battery disconnect switch. In addition, the versatile event controller can switch power on or off according to criteria set by the user. This allows the PL to do extra tasks such as switching a light on at night or keeping a water tank full by operating a pump when needed.

The user can select either Pulse Width Modulation or slow speed switching. Regulation can be done in both series and shunt modes. Other features include backup generator control and charging a second battery.

The PL Series is designed for Caravan / Motor-home / Camping systems, as well as Commercial and industrial stand alone applications.

 

Informative:

A comprehensive LCD display gives battery voltage, charge current, Ah in and out, load current, battery temperature (with optional sensor) and more. System performance data is available for the last 30 days. The controller remembers what happened, even if the user might not.

Well Connected:

With the optional PLI interface and PLCOM software, the user can access all the functions from a remote computer. All data can be read, and all settings adjusted.

Versatile:

Because it can handle 12, 24, 32, 36, and 48V systems, and be set to deal with any battery requirements, you can use it in almost any battery charging job. It may be the only regulator you will ever need to stock. (Higher voltages available on special order).

 

Features:

PL20 PL40 PL60 PL80
Nominal DC Voltage
12v, 24v, 32v, 36v, 48v Selectable
Maximum charge current (Amps)
20A
40A
60A
80A
Load Control (Amps)
20A
7A
30A
40A
Low Voltage Disconnect (LVD)
Yes
Battery Type
All types - programmable
Ground Type
Positive Ground (switches on negative)
Adjustable Regulation Set-points
4 set programs + software adjustable
Operating Temp.
-20°C to 55°C
Display
LCD
Mounting
Wall Mounted
IP Rating
IP 22
Temperature Compensation
Optional external sensor
Size (mm) WxHxD
100 x 109 x 41
130 x 124 x 50
228 x 175 x 62
228 x 175 x 62
Warranty
5 Years
Weight (in box)
345g
560g
1120g
1120g

RPL20 PL Regulator PL20 $352.28 Buy this product from our online store
RPL40 PL Regulator PL40 $439.00 Buy this product from our online store
RPL60 PL Regulator PL60 $648.00 Buy this product from our online store
RPL80 PL Regulator PL80 $869.00 Buy this product from our online store

*NOTE: Due to high current in-rush on start up, Inverters are to be wired to the battery bank and not directly to the Load Terminal. Doing so could damage Regulator and void warranty.

 

Plasmatronics Dingo Series Regulators

DINGO2020N

The Dingo2020N is the next generation charge controller from Plasmatronics. It inherits many of the best features of the PL series of controllers. But, thanks to Plasmatronics extensive industry experience and a wealth of customer feedback, the Dingo2020N is in a class of its own.

The Dingo Series controllers were designed to be used in Caravan / Camping / Marine applications as well as Stand Alone Commercial and Industrial ones. However, the main applications its designed for is vehicle systems, such as Campervan, Motor-home, Caravan, Cars, Trucks and boats. As Its easier to understand for people used to working on vehicle systems, due to the Negative grounding

The Dingo series of solar controllers is exceptionally versatile. They give the user unparalleled capability to adjust the function of the controller and to monitor the performance of the energy system.
To cater for non technical users, the Dingo has four preset programs which can be used without needing to understand the details of its operation. For those with a good understanding of solar regulation, there is another program, which allows all the settings to be adjusted if required.
Once the program has been selected, it is possible to disable any further adjustment. This prevents unauthorised adjustment of settings.
Although the Dingo is primarily a device to control the charging of batteries from solar electric (photovoltaic) panels, it can also be used with other energy sources such as wind, micro hydro and fuel driven generators.
The Dingo supports a variety of regulation methods. It supports slow speed switching and fixed frequency pulse width modulation (PWM) control in series and shunt modes.
Low battery voltage load disconnection is provided, as are an alarm, facility to control the charging of a second battery bank and control for a back up generator. The event controller can be used to control lights, pumping, waste energy use and other timer functions.
A temperature sensor can be added to correct the regulation voltages for battery temperature.
There is an input for measuring external voltages.
A serial interface is provided for accessories including extra switch blocks, remote current sensors and communication with a computer/ modem.
Using an external current shunt attached to a remote current sensor (DSA) allows the controller to see other current flows in the system.
The Dingo can control larger systems by adding external switch blocks attached to the serial bus.
The DUSB, D232 or DNET interfaces allows remote monitoring and adjustment. Custom settings can be stored on a computer and uploaded into the controller. Data from the controller can be downloaded into the computer and displayed easily.

What’s the same:

What’s new?
Nearly everything else! Without any exaggeration, much too much to list here. Highlights include:

DINGO2020N
Nominal DC Voltage
12v, 24v, 32v, 36v, 48v Selectable
Maximum charge current (Amps)
20A
Load Control (Amps)
20A
Low Voltage Disconnect (LVD)
Yes
Battery Type
All types - programmable
Ground Type
Negative ground (switches in positive lead)
Adjustable Regulation Set-points
4 set programs + software adjustable
Operating Temp.
-20°C to 55°C
Display
LCD
Mounting
Wall Mounted
IP Rating
IP 22
Temperature Compensation
Optional external sensor
Size (mm) WxHxD
137x121x45
Warranty
5 Years
Weight (in box)
482g

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*NOTE: Due to high current in-rush on start up, Inverters are to be wired to the battery bank and not directly to the Load Terminal. Doing so could damage Regulator and void warranty.

DINGO4040P

The Dingo D4040P is the new series switching regulator in the Dingo family. Derived from the popular PL series controllers, the D4040P is the fruit of Plasmatronics extensive industry experience and recent technical developments.

The Dingo Series controllers were designed to be used in Caravan / Camping / Marine applications as well as Stand Alone Commercial and Industrial ones. The Dingo 4040P was designed as an upgrade to the PL40 with a larger load terminal. This was designed to be used with all existing Dingo accessories.

The Dingo series of solar controllers is exceptionally versatile. They give the user unparalleled capability to adjust the function of the controller and to monitor the performance of the energy system.
To cater for non technical users, the Dingo has four preset programs which can be used without needing to understand the details of its operation. For those with a good understanding of solar regulation, there is another program, which allows all the settings to be adjusted if required.
Once the program has been selected, it is possible to disable any further adjustment. This prevents unauthorised adjustment of settings.
Although the Dingo is primarily a device to control the charging of batteries from solar electric (photovoltaic) panels, it can also be used with other energy sources such as wind, micro hydro and fuel driven generators.
The Dingo supports a variety of regulation methods. It supports slow speed switching and fixed frequency pulse width modulation (PWM) control in series and shunt modes.
Low battery voltage load disconnection is provided, as are an alarm, facility to control the charging of a second battery bank and control for a back up generator. The event controller can be used to control lights, pumping, waste energy use and other timer functions.
A temperature sensor can be added to correct the regulation voltages for battery temperature.
There is an input for measuring external voltages.
A serial interface is provided for accessories including extra switch blocks, remote current sensors and communication with a computer/ modem.
Using an external current shunt attached to a remote current sensor (DSA) allows the controller to see other current flows in the system.
The Dingo can control larger systems by adding external switch blocks attached to the serial bus.
The DUSB, D232 or DNET interfaces allows remote monitoring and adjustment. Custom settings can be stored on a computer and uploaded into the controller. Data from the controller can be downloaded into the computer and displayed easily.

What’s the same:

What’s new?
Nearly everything else! Without any exaggeration, much too much to list here. Highlights include:

DINGO4040P
Nominal DC Voltage
12v, 24v, 32v, 36v, 48v Selectable
Maximum charge current (Amps)
40A
Load Control (Amps)
40A
Low Voltage Disconnect (LVD)
Yes
Battery Type
All types - programmable
Ground Type
Positive Ground (switches on negative)
Adjustable Regulation Set-points
4 set programs + software adjustable
Operating Temp.
-20°C to 70°C, with de-rating over 60°C
Display
LCD
Mounting
Wall Mounted
IP Rating
IP 22
Temperature Compensation
Optional external sensor
Size (mm) WxHxD
175x188x57
Warranty
5 Years
Weight (in box)
1120g

RPL40DINGO Dingo 40/40P $439.00 Buy this product from our online store

*NOTE: Due to high current in-rush on start up, Inverters are to be wired to the battery bank and not directly to the Load Terminal. Doing so could damage Regulator and void warranty.

Plasmatronics PR Series Mini Regulators

A simple 2-Stage regulator for charging Sealed AGM, Gel or Liquid electrolyte lead acid batteries from Solar Panels.

It uses a rugged power mosfet and switches on the negative side.

The PR Series is ideal for camping, boating, and other one or two panel solar applications.

It features brass inserts and screws in the terminal block and is fully enclosed in resin.

The PR controller is not adjustable.

PR1210 PR2410 PR1210L PR2410L
Nominal DC Voltage
12v
24v
12v
24v
Maximum charge current (Amps)
10A
10A
10A
10A
Load Control (Amps)

N/A

N/A
N/A
N/A
Low Voltage Disconnect (LVD)
No
No
No
No
Battery Type
Flooded lead acid
Flooded lead acid
Sealed AGM or Gel
Sealed AGM or Gel
Ground Type
Positive Ground (switches on negative)
Positive Ground (switches on negative)
Positive Ground (switches on negative)
Positive Ground (switches on negative)
Adjustable Regulation Set-points
No
No
No
No
Operating Temp.
-25°C to 55°C
-25°C to 55°C
-25°C to 55°C
-25°C to 55°C
Display
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Mounting
Wall Mounted
Wall Mounted
Wall Mounted
Wall Mounted
IP Rating
IP 22
IP 22
IP 22
IP 22
Temperature Compensation
No
No
No
No
Size (mm) WxHxD
56 x37 x21
56 x37 x21
56 x37 x21
56 x37 x21
Warranty
1 Year
1 Year
1 Year
1 Year
Weight (in box)
50g
50g
50g
50g

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Plasmatronics PL & DINGO Series Regulator Accessories

PL Series Remote Monitor

The PLM remote monitor is a device which allows remote user access to a PL series charge controller. It shows exactly the same information as the PL screen, and the PLM button behaves in exactly the same way as the button on the PL. This means you can use the PLM for everything you would normally do at the PL itself, only in a more convenient or second location. You can access all the same information and adjust all the same settings as you can on the PL itself.

New Features:
There are two features in the PLM which are not found in the PL. These are LED back-lighting, and an audible/ visual Alarm. The latest model also has a membrane keypad instead of a through-panel button.

LED Back-lighting:
The LCD display is back lit with yellow LED light. The display and back-light will turn off if you have not pushed the button for 16 minutes (just like the PL display).

Alarm (Audible/Visual):
There is an alarm which is driven by the alarm (ALRM) function of the PL. This is a low voltage alarm. The alarm is capable of giving an audible alarm from the built in buzzer, or a visual alarm by flashing the back lighting, or both at the same time.

Limitations:
The PLM can be used with up to 100 metres of cable, and up to two other PL accessories. For example you could use the PLM with 1xPLI and 1xPLS2 or with 2xPLS2, but not all three at the same time.

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PL Series Shunt Adaptor & Shunts

The PLS2 shunt adaptor is designed for use with PL series solar charge controllers. It allows the controller to measure charge or load currents which do not go though the controller. This allows inverter or generator currents to be included in the controller's display. Note: The Amp hour reading and SOC will not be meaningful unless ALL the currents in the system are measured.

The PLS2 shunt adaptor measures the current in a current shunt and converts that measurement into a digital form. This data is then sent to the PL controller.

The PLS2 is bi-directional. This means it can report net load current or net charge current from a single shunt. In many systems, one PLS2 can be used where two PLS's were required. Because the PLS2 is bi-directional, a load/charge setting is not required. Two PLS2s can be used in one system, but their readings cannot be displayed separately. In a two PLS2 system, one PLS2 (the slave) sends its reading to the other PLS2 (the master). The master adds this to its own reading and sends total charge and load data back to the PL. This allows you to measure the currents in two different shunts. As a bonus, any flow opposite to what's assumed will be measured correctly. For example, inverters driving reactive loads often return current to the battery during part of each cycle. This current was ignored by old PLS's but is counted properly by PLS2s.

Three shunt sizes can be handled directly. These are 50A/50mV, 100A/100mV and 200A/75mV.

 

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PL Series RS232 Computer / Modem Serial Interface

An RS232 level serial interface is available which allows the PL to communicate with a computer or be remote accessed via a modem. This is a quick way to load settings into the PL or extract performance data. All of the data is remotely accessible, and all settings can be adjusted. Software (PLCOM) is available for IBM compatibles to make this easy. Data can be cut and pasted into a spreadsheet or other applications.

The PLI is an RS232 interface for PL series regulators. It allows data communication between a computer and the regulator (via a modem if necessary). It allows serial communication at speeds of 300, 1200, 2400 and 9600 baud. The speed (baud rate) is selected by two jumpers on the circuit board. The computer (or modem) baud rate must be the same as the baud rate selected on the PLI for communication to occur. Select the fastest speed that the connection will support. Start at 9600 baud and if it does not work or has too many errors, then reduce the speed until the link works reliably.
To prevent problems due to ground potential differences, the PLI uses optical coupling. This means that there is no electrical connection between the computer side and the PL side.
The energy to operate the PL side is drawn from the battery bank connection of the PL controller. The energy required to operate the computer side is drawn from the computer serial port connection. A small amount of power will be drawn from the computer's TX, RTS and DTR lines.
The interface can be powered from the TX line only (i.e. with RTS and DTR not connected to the PLI) if there is a shortage of connecting wires available. In this case, the on board DC/DC converter needs some assistance to start up. This is done by sending a short burst of data on the transmit line (for about 100 milliseconds - send a byte with mostly zeros in it). After it starts up, it will remain running until the computer serial port powers down. The software supplied will automatically send a transmission burst until the PLI powers up and answers the computer back.

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PL Series Synchronisation / Alarm Unit

The PLA allows up to 3 PL series charge controllers to work together. The PLA provides a common communication interface, four alarm or control channel outputs, and can control a separate load control unit called an LS1. The PLA makes system performance data retrieval easier by providing a PC compatible way of collecting system total information.

The PLA can be used on its own or as a manager for one, two or three PL controllers. The PL controllers can be PL20, PL40 or PL60 versions in any combination. However, for proper operation, the system voltages of all PL controllers and the PLA MUST be set to the same voltage.

The PLA keeps the individual PL controllers synchronised. When one controller changes charge mode, then all the other controllers follow that change. This means that charging is properly shared between controllers. Without this synchronisation, a multi controller system can be trapped in the boost mode indefinitely if there is insufficient charge current from any one controller to reach the boost maximum voltage setting (BMAX).

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PL Series Temperature Sensors

A temperature sensor is available which allows the PL to adjust its regulation voltage settings to compensate for variations in battery temperature. The setting TCMP is used to select a temperature profile, which determines how this compensation is achieved.
The PL can automatically sense the presence of a temperature sensor if one of the auto-sense profiles is selected. If operation at temperatures near zero is common, it is better to use the non auto sense profile

The PLT is a plastic-cased unit for direct attachment to the battery wall.

The PLTB has a bolt-on lug for attaching to either battery terminal.

The unit connects to the T+ and T- inputs on the green terminal block under the PL cover

 

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PL Series Cables, Cable Doublers & Cable Joiners

New shielded data communication cables and adapters that allow ‘daisy chain’ connection of the PL charge controller to accessories (replaces the older WY and WZ cables).

There are three types of cable used with PL accessories.

"WYS" cable connects a PL20/PL40 to a single PLS2 (or accessory.) "WZS" cable connects a PL60 to a single PLS2 (or accessory).“WXS” connects accessories together and is used to connect a second PLS2 (or accessory).

WYS: 3m cable for connection between PL20/40 and the first accessory.
WZS: 3m cable for connection between PL60 and the first accessory.
WXS: 3m cable (custom lengths available) for connection between PL accessories or as an extension cable for WYS/WZS cables.


PLJ: In-line joiner for connecting WXS cable as an extension.


Double Adapter: 2 female to 1 male adapter which is plugged into an accessory and used with the WXS cable to connect another accessory.

WARNING: Cables and adapters from other suppliers could damage system components due to different internal wiring.

 

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Dingo Series Remote Monitor

The Dingo Remote Control (DRC) is a device which allows remote user access to a Dingo series charge controller. It displays exactly the same information as the Dingo screen, and the DRC button behaves
in exactly the same way as the button on the Dingo controller. This means you can use the DRC for everything you would normally do at the Dingo itself, only in a more convenient location. You can access all the information and adjust all the settings just as you can on the Dingo itself.

New Features
The DRC has two additional features to those on the Dingo. These are automatic LED back- lighting and an audible Alarm.

LED Back-lighting
The DRC display is back lit with yellow LED light. The back-light will turn off if you have not pushed the button for 5 minutes. If the display is off, then the first button push will
turn the display back on, but not do anything else. Subsequent button pushes work as nor- mal.

Audible Alarm
The DRC has an audible alarm which is activated by outputs from the Dingo. The alarm will be activated when the red led is on or flashing. This mirrors the alarm led on the Dingo. To avoid false alarms, the alarm condition must be present for 30 seconds before the audible alarm activates.
The alarm will be on if: a. The battery voltage is below the alarm setting or b. The load has been disconnected or is in the process of disconnecting or reconnecting.
The alarm can be silenced by pressing the button.
Once the alarm has rung, then it will not reactivate unless the alarm condition has first been removed by the Dingo for a least 30 seconds.

Limitations
The DRC can be used with up to 100 metres of cable. It can be added to a Dingo system with up to 5 other Dingo accessories (not including switch blocks or MPPT devices).

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Dingo Series Shunt Adaptor & Shunts

The DSA shunt adaptor is designed for use with Dingo series solar charge controllers. It allows the controller to measure charge or load currents which do not go though the controller. This allows inverter or generator currents to be included in the controller’s display. The Amp hour reading and State­of­Charge screen will not be meaningful unless all the currents in the system are accounted for.

The DSA shunt adaptor measures the current in a current shunt and converts that measurement into a digital form. This data is then sent to the Dingo controller. On the Dingo screen, the current read by the adaptor is added to the internal current. Each adaptor current can also be seen separately by a long push on CHRG or LOAD. The DSA shunt adaptor is bi­directional. It can report net load current or net charge current from a single shunt. A load/charge setting is not required. Up to four DSA's can be used together in one system.

Three shunt sizes can be handled directly. These are 50A/50mV, 100A/100mV and 200A/75mV.

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Dingo Series D232 Computer / Modem Serial Interface

The serial interface is also available in a version designed for remote access via a modem. This uses an RS232 interface configured as a DTE device.

The D232 is a device to allow the Dingo to communicate with a modem or computer via an RS232 serial port.

The D232 is primarily intended for data communication between a computer and a Dingo via a modem. It allows serial communication at speeds from 1200 to 19200 baud. The line speed (baud rate) is adjusted using a computer.

It is stored in the D232 and is retained when the power is disconnected.

The modem (or computer if no modem) baud rate must be the same as the baud rate set on the D232 for communication to occur. The RS232 port on the D232 is electrically isolated. This reduces the risk of ground conflicts.

The Dingo supplies the power to operate it’s side of the D232. On the other side, a small amount of power will be drawn from the serial port of the connected device.

SPECIFICATIONS:
Line Speeds: 1.2, 2.4, 4.8, 9.6,19.2 KBaud

RS232 input levels required: >+/- 5V

RS232 drive levels Min: >+/-5V

Load Impedance Output impedance (TX): 3K

DC Isolation: 1000 ohm 500V

Temperature range: -20°c to +70°c

Supply current: 5mA (from Dingo supply) 1.5mA from RS232 TX line

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Dingo Series DUSB Computer / Modem Serial Interface

A serial interface is available which allows the Dingo to communicate with a computer. It connects to the computer’s USB port. The computer side is DC isolated from the Dingo side.
This is a quick way to load settings into the Dingo or extract performance data. All of the data is remotely accessible, and all settings can be adjusted. Software is available for IBM compatibles to make this easy. Data can then be loaded into a spreadsheet or other applications.

The DUSB is a device to allow the Dingo to communicate with a computer via a USB port.

The DUSB implements USB Version 2.0 with a maximum transfer rate of 12Mbps.

The USB side of the DUSB is electrically isolated from the Dingo side.This reduces the risk of ground conflicts.

The Dingo supplies the power to operate it’s side of the DUSB. On the other side, power will be drawn from the USB port on the computer or hub.

SPECIFICATIONS:
Max. Transfer Rate: 12 Mbps

DC Isolation: 500V

Temperature range: -20 to +70oC

Supply current: 5mA (from Dingo supply) 50mA from USB Port

 

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Dingo Series DNET Ethernet Gateway

The DNET Ethernet gateway is designed for use with the Dingo series of Solar charge controllers.

It provides basic read-only access to the main parameters of the Dingo 2020N and Dingo 4040P products via both a web server (HTTP) and the Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP)

The DNET can present the status of the attached Dingo device via web pages. These can be accessed by using the assigned IP address directly from a web browser.

Built-in Web Server
The Gateway can present the main parameters of the attached Dingo device via web pages. These can be accessed by using the assigned IP address directly from a web browser.

SNMP (Simple Network Management Protocol)
The Gateway has an SNMP agent which can report the main parameters of the attached Dingo device

Modbus TCP
The gateway can provide full read and write access to the attached Dingo controller using Modbus over TCP and uses the standard Modbus TCP port 502.

Field Upgradeable Firmware
The firmware updater (available soon) runs on a PC and provides the update over the Ethernet connection.

SPECIFICATIONS:

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Dingo Series Temperature Sensors

aThe DTB has a bolt-on lug for attaching to the battery terminal (either terminal).
The unit connects to the T+ and T- inputs on the green plug in terminal block under the wiring cover. See Section 7.4.3 for further details about this unit.

The DTB has a bolt-on lug for attaching to either battery terminal.

The unit connects to the T+ and T- inputs on the green terminal block under the Dingo cover

 

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Dingo Series Cables, Cable Doublers & Cable Joiners

aNew shielded data communication cables and adapters that allow ‘daisy chain’ connection of the Dingo charge controller to accessories

PLJ: In-line joiner for connecting WXS cable as an extension.


Double Adapter: 2 female to 1 male adapter which is plugged into an accessory and used with the WXS cable to connect another accessory.

WARNING: Cables and adapters from other suppliers could damage system components due to different internal wiring.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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