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Public Response On Mppt Solar Boost Charge Controller For E Bikes Genasun Vs Cheap Chinese One

nickkablokje5 Months ago
Thanks for all the info, I just finished building a solar trailer and i used the cheap blue charger/booster. It is performing good for my needs. this is changing the whole e-bike experience for me. Exited to go on a longer camping trip this summer. My e-bike is a prohete lidl bike with a bafang middle drive...i feed the output from the booster directly into the battery with a xlr plug. greetings from the netherlands
A W5 Months ago
I am just starting to learn about ebike and solar power. Have bought a 48v 13A ebike battery. It comes with a battery charger than can be plugged to the wall power outlet. In the US, the AC is 120v. I have a 180v solar panel and a Renogy MPPT (Rover20A. Battery voltage 12v/24v. Charging current 20A). I notice in this video that you can charge your battery from directly from the MPPT. My question is, don’t you need to convert the DC power from the MPPT to AC first by using an inverter? Or is your battery capable to be charged with DC power? How can I charge my battery with DC power without an inverter? Thank you in advance for your answer.
RidemFast5 Months ago
The Genasun 5 year warranty adds a lot of value to some. Had a Chinese PWM controller that worked for 8 months. Some reviews said theirs last longer, some for a few days, a few controllers arrive DOA. Not knocking the Chinese controllers and am still considering getting another one. Just factoring in the warranties from companies like Genasun and Morningstar this time.
Carpenter Family5 Months ago
I would love to see an o-scope waveform at the battery input. How much ripple is there, or does the battery itself put that ripple down ?
Tõnu Tunnel5 Months ago
How do you wire them to the bike? Do you charge one passively while riding with another battery? Or just a Y-cable between the battery and controller and it feeds as much as it needs?
Emil X5 Months ago
does anyone know how fast is genasun in recovery after a brief occlusion?
Mads Lindstrøm5 Months ago
Hi Nice video with pros and cons of the two controllers. I am considering a boost controller for my solar cargo bike, for two reasons 1) eventually I would change my current 24 volt battery to 36 or 48 volts and 2) it make more sense for me to buy one 12v 150w panel (currently I have 2x50watts), as the panel can then easily double as a door to the cargo space. However, I am a little concerned if the blue charge controller can handle the current from a 150w panel. I know it says 300w, but at what voltage panel/battery? Specifically, I was considering this panel https://solarv.de/en/product/enjoy-solarmonocrystalline-solar-panel-166mm166mm-perc-solar-cells-with-9busbars-150w-12v/ which has max current of 8.12 amps.
Iordanis Kioumourtzoglou5 Months ago
Hello Alex and thanks for sharing this amazing video! I just bought an ebike with a 10.4ah, 48v LG lithium-ion battery and I would like to charge it with a Solar Panel. I already have a Renogy 100W 12V Panel and I'm planing to get the blue MPPT charge controller. I have 2 questions please: -Will be an issue if I connect a 1 Pair Black + Red 10AWG (6mm²) Solar Panel Extension Cable to the cables of the MPPT? -Also I'm not sure what's the right connection cable from the MPPT to my Ebike's battery. I believe it's a dc barrel connector, so do I need a 12V DC Power Connector 5.5mm x 2.1mm? Thank you!
e-bike full time city transportation5 Months ago
Ive been using the 7210 in a fixed system to power my detached garage and charging my ebike batterys when stationary. The fan doesn't bother me and can be quieted very easily. It is slow to ramp up after interruption of the sun from clouds or any outher shade. But they are so cheap it makes it easy and inexpensive for someone's first solar system. I do agree these are probably not a good choice for a moving vehicle
George Agani5 Months ago
thanks so much for your review,I bought the cheap chinese one (blue) and it works fine charging my 24v system batteries,all I want to know is must the PV voltage into the cheap boosting mppt be lower than the battery system? because mine seems to be overcharging; 24v-system charges to 36.7v and I can hear batteries boil inside, please help

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    Public Response On Mppt Solar Boost Charge Controller For E Bikes Genasun Vs Cheap Chinese One

    nickkablokje5 Months ago
    Thanks for all the info, I just finished building a solar trailer and i used the cheap blue charger/booster. It is performing good for my needs. this is changing the whole e-bike experience for me. Exited to go on a longer camping trip this summer. My e-bike is a prohete lidl bike with a bafang middle drive...i feed the output from the booster directly into the battery with a xlr plug. greetings from the netherlands
    A W5 Months ago
    I am just starting to learn about ebike and solar power. Have bought a 48v 13A ebike battery. It comes with a battery charger than can be plugged to the wall power outlet. In the US, the AC is 120v. I have a 180v solar panel and a Renogy MPPT (Rover20A. Battery voltage 12v/24v. Charging current 20A). I notice in this video that you can charge your battery from directly from the MPPT. My question is, don’t you need to convert the DC power from the MPPT to AC first by using an inverter? Or is your battery capable to be charged with DC power? How can I charge my battery with DC power without an inverter? Thank you in advance for your answer.
    RidemFast5 Months ago
    The Genasun 5 year warranty adds a lot of value to some. Had a Chinese PWM controller that worked for 8 months. Some reviews said theirs last longer, some for a few days, a few controllers arrive DOA. Not knocking the Chinese controllers and am still considering getting another one. Just factoring in the warranties from companies like Genasun and Morningstar this time.
    Carpenter Family5 Months ago
    I would love to see an o-scope waveform at the battery input. How much ripple is there, or does the battery itself put that ripple down ?
    Tõnu Tunnel5 Months ago
    How do you wire them to the bike? Do you charge one passively while riding with another battery? Or just a Y-cable between the battery and controller and it feeds as much as it needs?
    Emil X5 Months ago
    does anyone know how fast is genasun in recovery after a brief occlusion?
    Mads Lindstrøm5 Months ago
    Hi Nice video with pros and cons of the two controllers. I am considering a boost controller for my solar cargo bike, for two reasons 1) eventually I would change my current 24 volt battery to 36 or 48 volts and 2) it make more sense for me to buy one 12v 150w panel (currently I have 2x50watts), as the panel can then easily double as a door to the cargo space. However, I am a little concerned if the blue charge controller can handle the current from a 150w panel. I know it says 300w, but at what voltage panel/battery? Specifically, I was considering this panel https://solarv.de/en/product/enjoy-solarmonocrystalline-solar-panel-166mm166mm-perc-solar-cells-with-9busbars-150w-12v/ which has max current of 8.12 amps.
    Iordanis Kioumourtzoglou5 Months ago
    Hello Alex and thanks for sharing this amazing video! I just bought an ebike with a 10.4ah, 48v LG lithium-ion battery and I would like to charge it with a Solar Panel. I already have a Renogy 100W 12V Panel and I'm planing to get the blue MPPT charge controller. I have 2 questions please: -Will be an issue if I connect a 1 Pair Black + Red 10AWG (6mm²) Solar Panel Extension Cable to the cables of the MPPT? -Also I'm not sure what's the right connection cable from the MPPT to my Ebike's battery. I believe it's a dc barrel connector, so do I need a 12V DC Power Connector 5.5mm x 2.1mm? Thank you!
    e-bike full time city transportation5 Months ago
    Ive been using the 7210 in a fixed system to power my detached garage and charging my ebike batterys when stationary. The fan doesn't bother me and can be quieted very easily. It is slow to ramp up after interruption of the sun from clouds or any outher shade. But they are so cheap it makes it easy and inexpensive for someone's first solar system. I do agree these are probably not a good choice for a moving vehicle
    George Agani5 Months ago
    thanks so much for your review,I bought the cheap chinese one (blue) and it works fine charging my 24v system batteries,all I want to know is must the PV voltage into the cheap boosting mppt be lower than the battery system? because mine seems to be overcharging; 24v-system charges to 36.7v and I can hear batteries boil inside, please help