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Shunt Controller The term 'Shunt Controller' as it applies to the area of photovoltaics can be defined as ' A controller that redirects or shunts the charging current away from the battery. The controller requires a large heat sink to dissipate the current from the short-circuited PV array. Most shunt controllers are for smaller systems producing 30 amperes or less'.
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