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Rover 60 Amp MPPT Solar Charge Controller & BT-1 & Renogy ONE Core

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Rover 60 Amp MPPT Solar Charge Controller & BT-1 & Renogy ONE Core

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-MPPT: tracking efficiency up to 99%, peak conversion efficiency 98%
-Automatically detects 12V/24V/36V/48V system (non-lithium batteries)
-Comprehensive system protection designed to secure your system.
-Safe and efficient charging with the 4-stage charging feature.
-Diverse load control & remote monitoring
Robust Charging. Serious Value.
Rover 60A MPPT Solar Charge Controller
Real-time Monitoring
Get a clear and intuitive view of your solar system's performance, enabling smarter energy management.
Versatile Load Control
Rover 60A Charge Controller features Auto-On/Off Mode, Timer Mode, Manual Mode, Test Mode, and Always-On Mode, further maximizing your system flexibility.
Bring Dead Batteries to Life
Activates dead batteries with small current to get it out of protection mode triggered by the battery management system (BMS).
Insulated Casing for Enhanced Safety
High-quality insulation materiales ensure maximum protection against electrical hazards, providing a secure and reliable charging solution.
Certified Protections
The Renogy Rover 60A Solar Charge Controlle features 8 electronic protections to actively monitor changes of voltage, current, and load for efficient and safe battery charging.
Stay Cool, Stay Empowered
Made of robust die-cast aluminum, the heat sink that comes with the Rover 60A Solar Charge Controller allows the heat flow away through tubes to ensure maximum charging efficiency and safety of critical components.
Charging with Precision
The included external temperature sensor helps Rover 60A Solar Charge Controller track the battery's temperature all year round, avoiding under-charging in cold climates down to -40°F, and overcharging in blazing weather up to 149°F.
Up to 6400W for a 48V System
Control Your Energy From Distance
Package includes a Rover 60A Solar Charge Controller, a temperature sensor, a set of mounting brackets, and a user manual.
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Package Includes

Rover 60 Amp MPPT Solar Charge Controller

Rover 60 Amp MPPT Solar Charge Controller

1 x


Remote Temperature Sensor

Remote Temperature Sensor

1 x


Mounting Brackets

4 X


Options: BT-1 Bluetooth Module

BT-1 Bluetooth Module

1 x



Module Performance

Operating Voltage 8-60 VDC (5 VDC for USB Type-C)
Power Consumption at 12V Operating, WiFi On, 100% illumination: 3.2 W
Operating, WiFi On, 50% illumination: 2.4 W
Operating, WiFi On, 0% illumination: 1.9 W
Off, logger still active: 1.5 W
Communication Wi-Fi (IEEE 802.11b/g/n 2.4 GHz)
Bluetooth LE and Bluetooth Mesh
Zigbee 3.0 (IEEE 802.15.4)
Touch Screen 4 inches (480 x 480p)
Leveling Range and Accuracy ±89°, 0.1°
Operating Temperature -4℉ to 158℉ (-20℃ to 70℃)
Operating Humidity 0% to 95% RH
Operating Altitude Less than 5000m above sea level
Installation Flush mount or place on a table
Dimensions 4.17 x 4.17 x 1.05 in (106 x 106 x 26.6 mm)
Weight 0.28 lb (128g)
Certification CE, FCC, RoHS, TSCA, BQB, IC-ID
Warranty 2 years


1. How should I wire my panels with an MPPT charge controller?

The panels can be wired either in series or parallel or a combination of series/parallel.

2. What are the advantages of Renogy MPPT technology?

Renogy Rover Series solar charge controllers use Power Catcher MPPT algorithm to always ensure the charge controller converts most energy by locking to the most optimal maximum power point.

3. What is a Solar Charge Controller and what is MPPT?

The Charge Controller takes the power made by the solar panels and transform the ‘solar panel power’ into a form of power that the batteries can use. MPPT stands for Maximum Power Point Tracking, and it relates to the solar cell itself. Each solar cell has a point at which the current (I) and voltage (V) output from the cell result in the maximum power output of the cell. MPPT ensures that you get the most power possible from your solar panels at any point in time. It is particularly effective during low light level conditions.

4. What would the connections for "Load(optional)" be used for? Also what would it rated for(amps/watts). The way I read the wiring diagram the batteries should get connected to inverter, would these get connected to inverter under certain conditions?

In the load terminal, you can connect any12v or DC appliances in Rover's case any load that does not exceed 20 amps. Even our Rover 60Amp. Also, the charge controller requires to be connected to a battery bank which an inverter is required if we will consume the charge from the battery. For further concerns, you can respond to this email or you can give us a call at (909) 287-7100. We're open Monday through Friday from 8:30 am to 3 pm PST.

5. If I buy & hook up the 300 watt 24v solar panel to this controller - will it convert the 24v

The Rover 60 amp controller's designed to handle 800 watts with a 12 volt battery bank. This charge controller will take the excess voltage coming from the 300 watt/24 volt panel and convert it to amperage. As for your inverter, as long as you do not exceed the max rated voltage of your Inverter (12 volts) , it wil be fine.
More questions about your off-grid power system? Learn more from Renogy Learning Center!
Rover 60 Amp MPPT Solar Charge Controller Datasheet
Rover 60 Amp MPPT Solar Charge Controller Manual
Rover 60 Amp MPPT Solar Charge Controller Warranty

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  • 4
    Nice Package

    Posted by john kendall on Feb 7th 2024

    I’ve had two issues so far but I’ve only had the device a few days. The first issue is that it throws an over voltage error at 140 volts even though it’s rated for 150 volts. I had to solve that by adjusting my array of 8 panels to series/parallel. The second issue is after running at 700+ watts for 1 hour and 45 minutes it threw a device over temperature error. There is no built in cooling fan so the only way to solve is with an external fan or opening the door to let cool air flow over it. Other than that it’s been great so far. The interface is decent and no other issues. The Renogy One thing is pretty cool but it doesn’t show all the data of the controller. It’s the controller device temperature and fault codes.