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Old 03-07-2008
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You should probably look at the bluesky or outback sites.

Since you appear to be unable to research this yourself... the Outback Charge MX60 user manual says the MPP adjustment interval has a default setting of THREE MINUTES:

Quote:
In the Sweep Interval screen, press the <-MIN> soft key
to adjust the sweep interval from 03 minutes (default)
to 00 minutes. Press the soft key until the MPPT
Mode screen appears.
The Blue Sky 2000E MPPT charge controller manual says the following:

Quote:
Solar Boost 2000 continually recalculates the maximum power voltage as operating conditions change.
This is basically what I said previously, as well as what the page I pointed you to said.
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