Rogue Engineering Launches Rhino20 Product Line of Charge Controllers

Denver, CO - May, 2009 Rogue Engineering announced the launch of the Rhino20.The Rhino20 Charge Controller is designed to operate with no maintenance in the most challenging of settings. Simple and rugged, this charger can be powered by a solar panel or an AC adaptor for either on or off-grid.

Denver, CO - May, 2009 Rogue Engineering announced the launch of the Rhino20.The Rhino20 Charge Controller is designed to operate with no maintenance in the most challenging of settings. Simple and rugged, this charger can be powered by a solar panel or an AC adaptor for either on or off-grid.


Why The Rhino-20 Charge Controller?
Three Stage Automatic Charging
The Rhino-20 is one of the few 20 amp chargers to feature Fast, Absorption and Float. The Rhino-20 also switches from Fast charge to Float charge when batteries are full. Float charge continuously monitors battery to maintain a fully charged state.

LVD Warning
The Rhino's LVD warning output provides advanced notice
of an impending low voltage disconnect event, allowing
your equipment to shut down in a safe manner.

LVD Reset
The Rhino's LVD reset button allows you to override the
LVD feature without resorting to tricks required by other
similar charge controllers.

Convenient
Heavy-duty spring loaded cage clamp terminals allow for
quick and easy installation without sacrificing reliability.
Easily replaceable automotive style fuses protect both the
battery and load terminals.

Adaptable
The Rhino-20 features an external temperature sensor,
mountable directly to your battery for increased accuracy.
Output voltage automatically adjusts to compensate for
the temperature of the battery.

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