HT Solar Pump Controller

The HT Solar Pump Controller is designed to run any Electric three phase submersible pump/motor. That includes synchronous motors
The HT Solar provides water in remote location by converting high voltage direct current (DC) from a solar panel into alternating current (AC) to run a standard AC Submersible motor.
The controller provides fault detection, motor soft start, and flow control.
This controller is designed to provide these features with the plug and play ease of installation similar to a single-phase control box.

The controller attempts to drive the pump & motor to deliver water even under adverse conditions reducing output as necessary to protect the system components from damage and only shutting down in extreme cases. Full operation is restored automatically whenever abnormal conditions subside.

High flow system for faster tank fill and significant water output.
Proven motor and pump technology with reliability.
Robust IP54, NEMA 3 drive enclosure minimizes impact of wildlife, insects, dust and weatherl.
DC and AC power inputs with manual switching for generator back-up.
LCD display shows speed(%), inputs DC voltage, output AC voltage and current with system status.
Remote telemetry capability through a RS 485 continuous data port.
MPPT- Max Power Point Tracking for maximizing the efficiency of input power.
Soft start feature prevents water hammer and increases system life.
Simple installation and required less maintenance.
Full Protection.
Uses MPPT technology to maximize water delivery at various solar energy levels.
GSM option available to control and monitor remote location pump.

Solar Pump and Motor (optional)
HT solar pump controller (MPPT)
Solar panel (Optional)
Float Switch
Motor and controller ratings available in the range of (1HP TO 100HP)

Tank filling
Wildlife & farms
Rural water supply for villages & homesteads
Irrigation systems

The HT SOLAR PUMP CONTROLLER products include diagnostic Features and protection from harmful conditions.

Short circuit
Under load
Overheated controller
Under voltage
Dry run
Locked pump
Reverse polarity