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What is this part on my solar controller

Zosima_

New Member
Greeting!

Not sure if this the correct forum but I need help identifying a part on my solar charge controller circuit board. It got fried out from a loose ground. I have found similar however it doesn’t have 4 pins just 2.

Thanks
Zosima
 

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rjenkinsgb

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Most Helpful Member
If you mean the green burned connector?
Carefully measure the spacing between the pins - there are several different sizes / pin pitches.

Then have a look through these to find an appropriate one.
You can search that part number on different sites afterwards, if you can't use Mouser.

 

Langsdonspingel

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Zosima!
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Nigel Goodwin

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Most Helpful Member
As everyone has said - it's a simple terminal block - main problem is getting one the exact same size, there are a bewildering variety of sizes.

I've got a small selection of differtent sizes at work - mainly from when I've ordered the wrong size! :D
 

Choki ha

New Member
Some controllers also have a "LOAD", or LVD output, which can be used for smaller loads, such as small appliances and lights. The advantage is that the load terminals have a low voltage disconnect, so it will turn off whatever is connected to the load terminals and keep from running the battery down too far.
 

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