Ubiquiti Networks SunMAX SolarPoint MPPT Charge Controller

BH #UBSMSP40 • MFR #SM-SP-40
Ubiquiti Networks SunMAX SolarPoint MPPT Charge Controller
Key Features
  • Remote Managed Solar Charge Controller
  • MPPT PV Power Control
  • 4 x 10/100 Mb/s PoE Ethernet Ports
  • 40W Power Output
Equipped with four 10/100 Mb/s PoE ports, the SunMAX SolarPoint MPPT Charge Controller from Ubiquiti delivers a total power output up to 40W. It features MPPT PV power control, along with a built-in weather prediction service that works in conjunction with AI algorithms to provide you with information about your solar site's existing and future performance.
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Expected availability: End of Sep 2022
$199.00
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Ubiquiti Networks SunMAX SolarPoint Overview

Equipped with four 10/100 Mb/s PoE ports, the SunMAX SolarPoint MPPT Charge Controller from Ubiquiti delivers a total power output up to 40W. It features MPPT PV power control, along with a built-in weather prediction service that works in conjunction with AI algorithms to provide you with information about your solar site's existing and future performance.

This device's UV-resistant polycarbonate enclosure is IPX4 rated for safe outdoor use.

Key Features

Remote monitoring via a configuration interface enables admins to configure devices and monitor charging in an intuitive GUI
Modular design
Ethernet and 2.4 GHz Wi-Fi management interface
Battery and PV panel terminals (batteries and solar panels available separately)
Two-pin terminal block for 24 VDC power
Reverse and surge protection
Reset button
System and output LED indicators
FCC, IC, and CE certified
UPC: 817882026352

Ubiquiti Networks SunMAX SolarPoint Specs

Networking Interface4 x 10/100 Mb/s Fast Ethernet Ports
Management InterfaceEthernet
Wi-Fi (2.4 GHz)
ButtonReset
LEDsSystem, Output
Power SourcePV Panel (H4 Connectors)
PV PanelPV Input Voltage Range: 10 to 60 V (Reverse Protection, Surge Protection)
PV Maximum Current: 10 A
PV Power Control: MPPT
Output Interface24 VDC Passive PoE (Pins 4, 5+; 7, 8-)
24 VDC Terminal Block
Output VoltageBattery Voltage Limited to 24 V (Surge Protection)
Maximum Power OutputPoE: 17 W
DC Out: 24 W
Total: 40 W Maximum
Maximum Power Consumption2 W
Battery Type24 V SLA, AGM, Gel Lead Battery
BoostBoost Voltage Steps: 27.4 V, 28.2 V, 29.1 V, 30 V
FloatFloat Charge Voltage: 95% of Boost Voltage
Maximum Charge Current7 A
Under Voltage Protection22 to 23.6 V Software Configurable
22 V Hardware Protection
Two Priority Levels for Output Disable
Operating Temperature-4 to 122°F / -20 to 50°C
IP RatingIPX4
Enclosure CharacteristicsUV-Resistant Polycarbonate
CertificationsFCC, IC, CE
Dimensions7.95 x 7.32 x 1.97" / 202 x 186 x 50 mm
Weight1.43 lb / 650 g
Packaging Info
Package Weight1.9 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)9.1 x 9 x 2.8"

Ubiquiti Networks SunMAX SolarPoint Reviews

Diamond in the Rough

By Paul
Rated 3 out of 5
Date: 2022-01-06

This could be a really powerful device, if Ubiquiti made some changes. For one, the PoE that it supplies is the non-standard 24V. So it can power Ubiquiti devices, like their radios, but it can't power other devices that use the standard 48V, like webcams. A second complaint I have is that it won't recognize Ubiquiti radios for Point-to-Point connections if they get plugged in after the SolarPoint has been powered up for awhile. To allow SolarPoint to see a radio, it has to be powered down and then brought back up, and without a power switch, this has to be done by first disconnecting the solar panels, and then the batteries, and then reconnecting the two. If you're not paying attention and disconnect the battery with solar panels powered up, it could fry the SolarPoint. Lastly, the cover is just not secure. With two stiff solar panel cables, the cover won't close and a user has to tape it shut to keep the elements (including bugs) out.

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