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Always read all of the pages and subjects before starting a solar system installation - If you are unqualified or in any doubt about your own ability then consult a qualified solar system installer.

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Charge controllers are designed to regulate and protect batteries from overcharging and deep discharge.

Solar panel regulator, these small regulators are readily available and can cost as low as £16

Above is a very basic model and perfectly adequate for solar panels rated up to 4 Amps and cost around £20.

Solara solar panel regulator with battery status feature

Above is a more sophisticated model that has a limited battery status feature, this one costs around £32.

These small controllers/regulators are readily available and can even cost as low as £10, there are many types and makes readily available.

Other pages to help you with the installation are:-

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Is your battery bank correctly wired up?
free energy  button The Big Live Experiment
See how our 27w solar panel performs under live conditions
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free energy  button Looking after a leisure battery
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