The 18529 regulator is also a component of the 25295 PWS100 24Vdc /12Vdc power supply and the PS84 power supply. It outputs up to 10 A at a nominal 12 Vdc. A 15-ft (4.6-m) cable is included for connecting the regulator with a large-capacity, user-supplied, rechargeable battery (see Compatibility tab). It must be housed in an enclosure (hardware for mounting to an enclosure backplate is provided).
The manufacturer's model is Morningstar SunSaver SS-10-12V.
|Output||10 A (at a nominal 12 Vdc)|
|Temperature Compensation||-28 (mV/°C)|
|Current Drain||6 to 10 mA (continuous)|
|Operating Temperature Range||-40° to +85°C|
|Dimensions||15.2 x 5.5 x 3.4 cm (6.0 x 2.18 x 1.32 in.)|
|Weight||0.23 kg (8 oz)|
Contemporary Campbell Scientific products that this regulator is used with includes the SP90 solar panel, SP50 solar panel, BP84 battery pack, PS84 power supply, and 25295 PWS100 24 Vdc /12 Vdc Power Supply.
Retired compatible products include the SP85, SP70, and SP65 solar panel and user-supplied batteries.
Number of FAQs related to 18529: 2
Yes. The regulator draws approximately 10 mA continuously. This draw should be included when calculating the power budget of a system.
The 18529 offered by Campbell Scientific does not have the Low Voltage Disconnect feature. Campbell Scientific generally does not recommend using such a feature when critical data collection is involved.