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Ashapower Solar MPPT Settings for Version 7.5 / 7.6

In this article we explain to you the features and configuration settings of India's No-1 mppt, Version 7.5 and 7.6 model Solar mppt charge controller from Ashapower brand and how to change its factory settings. These settings can be applied to all of the following mppt models; Nova 50, Surya 40 Lv, Surya 40 Hv, Surya 60 Hv, Surya 60 Hv, Neon 30, Neon 40 Hv, Neon 60, Neon 80 Lv, Neon 80 Hv etc....

Newly lunged Surya- 50 Solar MPPT charge controller 50 A can be used for charging 12V and 24V batteries.

The C-10 battery charging current is 20% Amps and it can be set on the 13th setting on the AshaPower MPPT models, which is called initial limited charging, which is what sets it apart from other companies. It also tracks and boosts the current coming from the solar panel according to the load. 

Ashapower Solar MPPT Settings for Version 7.5 / 7.6

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Model Amazon Price MRP
NOVA 50 Ver 7.6 6799.00 8499.00
SURYA 40 LV Ver 7.5 7999.00 9700.00
SURYA 40 (HV) Ver 7.5  7899.0010600.00
SURYA 50 Ver 7.6  8499.0011499.00
SURYA 60(LV) Ver 7.5 10499.0011850.00
SURYA 60(HV) Ver 7.5 10899.00 12650.00
NEON 30 Ver 7.5 8999.00 10300.00
NEON 40(HV) Ver 7.5 10599.00 12300.00
NEON 60 Ver 7.5 13499.00 15000.00
NEON 80 (LV) Ver 7.5 15299.00 16900.00
NEON 80 (HV) Ver 7.5 18699.00 20700.00
APOLLO 40 Ver 7.5 11499.00 13500.00
APOLLO 60 Ver 7.5 14799.00 16600.00
APOLLO 75 Ver 7.5 19799.00 21800.00
HELIOS 50 Ver 7.5 14999.00 17250.00
HELIOS 60 Ver 7.5 19999.00 22250.00

Ashapower Solar MPPT's Key features

Before changing the factory settings, read the user guide provided with the machine to make the settings much easier. It can be downloaded from the company's commercial website. The Surya-60 HV 7.6 model with the latest features has been selected for change of description and settings. It can be used on 12-volt batteries and 24-volt batteries without any special settings. This model is equipped with an SMU system for converting standard inverters to solar inverters. All its functions can be controlled using the 3 switches provided next to the display. At the front are 3 LED indicators: LOAD ON SOLAR, SOLAR PRESENCE and SOLAR CHARGING.

 The UP / Down buttons below the display can be used to turn Auto Grid bypassing ON / OFF and the Enter button to manually shift the inverter from inverter system grid to solar. (Forced Grid to Solar Shifting Option). 

MPPT Connection Terminals

When you open the connection terminal safety cover, you can see the positive and negative of the solar panel, the negative and positive terminals of the battery, and the six slots for connecting the grid supply inside and out to the inverter.

MPPT Connection and Settings

1st Step is connect the Battery to MPPT;

Before configuring, in MPPT, connect the negative wire coming from the battery to the negative slot of the battery. The positive wire from the battery also connects to the positive slot of the battery. After connect battery, three LEDs and cooling fan are turn ON and Off with a beep sound in a moment then system automatically select battery voltage. This is an indication that MPPT is enabled. The battery voltage is scanned and automatically set to 12, 24, 36 or 48 volts from connected battery bank.

The OPEN CIRCUIT VOLT (OPEN CIRCUIT VOLT) panel is also displayed on the display, which can give a maximum of one battery volt. All you have to do is press the ENTER button continuously to know the current factory settings in MPPT.

2nd Step is connect the Solar Panel;

Now let's connect the solar panel positive and negative. Now the Green LED showing the solar presence shows. After a while, if the panel voltage is higher than the battery voltage, a red charging LED appears. In the display also shows the maximum VOC (OPEN CIRCUIT VOLT) of the panel volt.

All you have to do is press the ENTER button continuously to see the current factory settings in MPPT. You can see NO-SUNLIGHT on the display if the panel is not connected or if the sunlight is too low. You can also find PANEL VOLT, BATTERY VOLT, ENERGY TODAY, UNIT TOTAL, BATTERY BULK VOLT, , EQUALIZATION VOLT, EQUALIZATION PERIOD, PANEL WATTS, PANEL AMPERE, SOLAR PRIORITY MODE. Now the green LED shows the solar presence. After a while, if the panel voltage exceeds the battery voltage, a red charging LED will appear.

Red LED blinking indicates bulk charging mode, while red LED becomes STEADY and switches to MPPT FLOAT charging when bulk charging is complete. When the battery exceeds 14.2 volts, the blue LED turns on and the load on the inverter switches to solar.

Ashapower Solar mppt connection diagram

Now let us see how to change the FACTORY settings of MPPT. This is explained in great detail on the SETTINGS page of the accompanying user guide. Press and hold the center AUTO BYPASS OFF button and the ENTER button. Now the machine switches to SETUP mode. The three LEDs and the fan will start working. The first menu is to set the FLOAT VOLTAGE of the battery. The FLOAT VOLT according to the battery manual can be changed using the UP - DOWN buttons. Press the ENTER button once to go to the second menu. The BULK VOLTAGE required for the battery can be replaced as per the user guide.

Equalization Charging Settings

Menu 3, 4 and 5 is for make change battery EQUALIZATION charging settings. You need to follow the instructions given in the user manual to set all three. Equalization Charging will not be active in factory settings.

The sixth menu is to control the OUTPUT ampere from the charger. It can be SET if required by calculating the ampere required for the load and battery charging of the inverter calculated in MPPT.

The seventh menu is to cut the grid power to the inverter and set the battery voltage to switch the system to solar. Factory settings are such that the grid cuts the power when a battery in the power plant reaches 14.2 Voltage.

Eighth menu

The eighth menu system is to set the switching voltage from battery power to grid power. In a power plant with only one battery, this voltage can be adjusted to 11.8 to 12 volts. If you have more than 2 batteries it can be reduced to ‌ 11.5V. 'LOAD ON SOLAR Blue LED' blinking indicates that the power plant is starting to switch to grid power.

Ninth menu

You can set this volt‌ above the value given in the ninth menu to the eighth menu. A flashing blue LED indicates a low battery voltage. Set this value above the value given in the eighth menu. SOLAR To GRID Changeover Voltage In a power plant with only one battery, this voltage should be set at 12.0 volts. If you have more than 2 batteries it can be reduced to 11.7V.

By doing these 8, 9 menu settings you can make the best performance of your power plant.

In the Tenth menu you can adjust the battery Ah.

Set the Ah of the connected battery bank to limit bulk charging time. For example, if the 2 X 150 Ah battery series is connected, set the value to 150 Ah and for the 2 X 100 Ah battery parallel, set it to 200 Ah.

Menu 11 and 12 Settings

Eleventh menu MPPT ampere calibration and twelfth menu voltage calibration are to be performed only if required, as detailed in the User Guide. Be sure to connect an original RMS DC clamp meter (Fluke brand is better) through the positive battery wire while charging the MPPT. If there is a difference between the two readings until the value is equal then the UP or DOWN button can be changed.

Listen to the battery voltage readings on the MPPT display and measure the battery terminal voltage using a standard 'RMS DC' voltmeter. If there is a difference between the two readings until the value is equal then the UP or DOWN button can be changed. Be sure to connect an original RMS DC voltmeter (Fluke brand is better) to the positive battery terminal when charging the MPPT.

Menu 13 Settings

The thirteenth menu is to limit the ampere transmission of excess charge to the batteries before switching to MPPT solar mode. This option will not be active in factory settings or it will be "0" by default. If you have low C-10 batteries, you can configure any of the 1,2,3 options in this menu by looking at the user guide. It does not need to be activated on C-10 solar batteries with high Ah.

The fourteenth menu is set to Option 1 in the factory settings. The system switches to grid power when the battery voltage drops after sunset.

Menu 14 Settings

Since the fourteenth menu is in Option 1, the system will not cut the grid even if the battery is charged from the grid. This option is ideal for those who use inverters that do not have the ability to turn grid charging on / off. If you have any doubts about the 15th menu settings, you can switch to Option 1 and go to Factory Settings. At the end of the fifteen menus, MPPT will automatically save the new settings.

We entered the settings menu by switching off the centre AUTO GRID BYPASS switch. So don't forget to press the UP-ARROW button on the left to turn on Auto Grid and Bypass Mode after the settings. These are the settings of Ashapower version 7.5 and 7.6 Solar MPPT.


I think these settings are described in a very simple way that anyone can do. If you find this information useful, please share this article with your friends who are using Ashapower mppt 7.5 and 7.6 version solar charge controller. Thanks for reading this article and spend your valuable time. 

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