Last spring, I installed and tested an inexpensive 40 amp MPPT solar charge controller sold online by BougeRV. So far, it’s been working well. Recently I was contacted by the actual manufacturer of the controller. A company called SRNE. They asked if I’d want to look at a different model of their RV solar charge controllers. It too is 40 amps but has a built-in screen and extra output terminals to power up to a 20 amp load.
The timing was great as I was actually thinking about replacing the old PWM-type controller that I’ve used since 2015. I can now run dual 40 amp SRNE MPPT controllers for my RV solar system charging. In this video I give you a look at the various features of the SRNE model ML2440, a look inside, then my installation and demo of it in action.
SRNE ML2440 Installation & Demo Video
I’m planning to use these dual solar controllers for my upcoming desert boondocking this winter. I’ll come back in spring 2022 with a second video reviewing how they are performing. Stay tuned.
Review Update after 4 1/2 Months of Use
Given some real-world testing, a brief update video on how the 40A MPPT SRNE solar controller I installed back in November is working out. We have been camping almost exclusively off-grid since then, and the SRNE controllers so far have performed well. Thumbs up.
Link to many more RV boondocking related posts on the LYRV website