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DC to DC Converters Explained

DC to DC Converters Explained

Step Up-Step Down, Isolated & Non Isolated, what does it all mean? What is a step up DC to DC Converter? A step-up dc-dc converter is an electronic circuit that raises the DC voltage level from a lower value to a higher value. Assuming an ideal converter (100%...

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Enerdrive Custom Wiring Schematics

Did you know that Enerdrive can assist you with your wiring layouts. We have designed many easy to follow, detailed wiring schematics for our customers to ensure the best system set up. One such example is attached showing the full range of Enerdrive products as might...

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Morningstar String Sizing Calculator

Morningstar String Sizing Calculator

The Morningstar string sizing calculator is used to determine the number of PV modules you may use with any Morningstar controller while staying within the controller specs. Recently Morningstar has updated their string calculator interface. Some of the new features...

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MPPT vs PWM Solar Controllers

MPPT vs PWM Solar Controllers

MPPT vs PWM: Which one is the best solar controller for my system? We have compiled a small amount of information that will hopefully help you to understand better what the difference is, and what type you should opt for in the MPPT vs PWM debate when it comes to your...

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Voltage Problems? See Our Cable Size Chart.

Voltage Problems? See Our Cable Size Chart.

In an independent power system, you generally would find an inverter and battery charger system working to the common goal of providing power. What ties each of these together are the battery cables to supply the power to run to or from the batteries and...

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Battery Systems

Battery Systems

Good advise for battery systems. Do not discharge starting batteries below around 90% state of charge. Starting batteries are not designed to sustain DC loads for any length of time (Look how quickly car batteries go flat if a light is left on). Do not discharge deep...

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