San Diego, CA – Blue Sky Energy, Inc. recently announces the release of its most flexible MPPT solar charge controller to date, the Solar Boost 3000i (SB3000i). This device allows for a range of batteries to be charged using conventional solar modules without suffering power losses from voltage mismatch. Using Blue Sky Energy’s patented MPPT technology, the SB3000i increases charge current up to 30% or more compared to conventional controllers, saving RV owners and other off-grid solar users on space and system costs. It regulates the transmission of power from the solar module to the battery to improve efficiency while making the system safer and extending the battery’s lifetime.
As a long-time manufacturer and MPPT technology developer, Blue Sky Energy has a long list of products each with their own valuable features. The SB3000i “delivers exactly what RV, marine, lighting, security, and mobile customers have been asking for – a powerful MPPT solar charge controller with the same features and benefits included in our other products with the added benefits of flexibility and accessibility,” said Melanie Cullen, VP of Marketing and Operations at Blue Sky Energy.
Manufactured in the U.S. and Mexico, Blue Sky Energy’s SB3000i is also the company’s most user-friendly product with its built-in digital display providing for both monitoring and in-depth system setup. Like all Blue Sky Energy products, the SB3000 comes with a five-year product warranty and meets rigorous standards for durability and reliability. “The Solar Boost 3000i delivers a set of innovations that establishes Blue Sky Energy as a continued leader in the MPPT field,” says Cullen.
The SB3000i will be available in August from wholesale distributors including Cascade Mountain, SunWize, Hitney Solar, the Alternative Energy Store, and AEE Solar.
Solar Boost 3000i
The SB3000i 12V/30A or 12V/22A MPPT solar charge controller regulates the transmission of power from the solar panel to the battery safely and efficiently to promote the longevity of the battery and the entire off-grid solar system.
SOURCE: Blue Sky Energy, Inc.