Charge Controller & MC4 Connecter Recommendation

gregbystgregbyst Registered Users Posts: 38 ✭✭
Hello, I plugged my info into the midnite solar sizing tool online and was wondering if anyone had some cheap charge controller recommendations based on these specs. I was going to go with 150 volts to account for the weather making the panels voltage increase. The less expensive the better. Will this one work? 

https://www.amazon.com/Controller-Negative-Grounding-Suitable-Monitoring/dp/B07KB4G4WD/ref=sr_1_5?dchild=1&keywords=150+volt+charge+controller&qid=1603342779&s=lawn-garden&sr=1-5

Also, will the standard MC4 connecter work with my solar set up? I plan on wiring my panels in series strings of 3 and then those sets together in parallel with a total of 9 panels. So, the MC4's seem to be rated to 1k volts with 30 amps (Impp ) so my panels will all be wired into one output with 25.5 amps (Impp) and 92.1 volts (Vmpp). The Mc4's will work fine for this right?

Do I need a solar combiner if I can just use the MC4 connecter's? Also Do I need to put a fuse or something like that between the output of the panels and the input of the charge controller? 

Attached below are pics of the stuff. 

Thank you in advance,

Greg. 


- 4 of the 12 volt, 200ah AGM renogy batteries (I sent a screenshot of the specs above).
- 150/60 MPPT Epever Charge Controller 
- 3000 watt (9000 peak) inverter/charger/auto-transfer switch
- PV array of 6 260 watt, 30.7 Vmpp, 8.5 Impp. 
- Battery Shunt Monitor (https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07FGFFHC6/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o07_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1)


Also, I live in a fifth wheel!

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