The Tracer 2210RN Solar Charge Controller Regulator uses an advanced tracking algorithm so your solar panels will operate at the ideal voltage and produce the maximum amount of available power.
This charge controller can step down a higher voltage solar array to recharge a lower voltage battery bank.
What all of that means is that the Tracer 2210RN Charge Controller will help your system run as efficiently as possible whether you are using a grid tied system or an off grid system with a battery bank.
Product Features and Specifications
- Product Dimensions: 3.7 x 5.6 x 7.7 inches
- Shipping Weight: 3 pounds
- MPPT technology; Excellent thermal design and nature air cooling; CE certificate;
- Peak conversion efficiency of 97 %; High Tracking efficiency of 99%; Several seconds tracking speed;
- Very fast Sweeping of the entire I-V curve; 4- Stage charge with PWM output; Temperature compensation function
- Full power output in ambient temperatures up to 45 degree; Sealed, Gel, Flooded battery type optional; ON/OFF, Dusk to dawn, 1-15h timer
- Diversified load control: Manual, Dusk to Dawn, Dual timer, TEST; Max PV input power 130W for 12V system, 260W for 24V system
The Tracer 2210RN Solar Charge Controller Regulator is getting mostly positive reviews. When researching this solar charge controller we found over 100 customer reviews online and it received an average rating of 4.2 out of 5 stars.
One customer who initially left a 5 star review came back two years later to update their original review, saying that everything they said about the Tracer 2210RN Charge Controller two years ago still holds true. However, he also points out that this particular solar charge controller only handles 20 amps of input and that is a bit low by today’s solar panel standards. With a lot of modern solar panels putting out 4 to 6 amps, this controller would be able to handle three or four solar panels.
There was also a review from a customer who said that he has a workshop that is completely off the grid and powered by a small solar array. Because the workshop is completely off the grid, he tries to get every last bit of power that he can out of his solar panels and the Tracer 2210RN Charge Controller helped him do that. He said that it not only works as advertised, in his opinion it works better than advertised.
There were also a number of reviews from people who use this charge controller with portable solar system setups like those used on boats or RVs.
One person in particular said that he uses this charge controller with 200 Watts of Renogy solar panels. He said that this charge controller was able to produce 3 kW of electricity over the course of a week even though there were some cloudy days during that week. He says that this charge controller does a great job for his portable system and he is very happy with it.
With an average customer rating of 4.2 out of 5 stars, the reviews are not perfect and some people did have a few issues with this charge controller. However, most of the reviews are very positive and most customers are very happy with the Tracer 2210RN Solar Charge Controller Regulator.