Flexcharge controllers are in use in many parts of the world by some very interesting
people. From Antarctica to Alaska, China to United Arab Emirates, South American jungles to Africa, Mt.
Everest to the Drifting Icebergs. Follow these links for interesting photos, descriptions and links.
We've just started adding information to this site so come back often for new links.
Real-time data gathering (Telemetry) buoys. See more at the link
Solar in Antarctica? NASA is using Flexcharge combination Charge and Load
controllers to regulate and control the power generated by a Solar and Wind system. The
system is powering GPS Based Earth Plate Movement Telemetry Sites over portions of
Selected Photos from Antarctica
When a controller is installed at the bottom of the world it
better be good. Flexcharge is used extensively in Antarctica because they do a
The bottom picture is an equipment box that is sealed and left on site for a year
at a time. Note the Flexcharge controller. The gray box near the center of the red
5/7/2010 Hi Don:
Thank you so much for making this happen for us and putting it together so
quickly! Much appreciated! Below is the news release for the project that your equipment is going on
it is a very high profile and interesting one! Enjoy!
UNAVCO, 6350 Nautilus Drive, Boulder, CO
School entrance solar sign using Flexcharge components for the charge control and sign operation.
Timer and PV14
Another Antarctic user of our products is working out of Australia. They have used many of
our controllers successfully over the years and their work continues. A few pictures taken in 2012 in
Terra Nova Bay, Antarctica are below. It takes a tough controller to work in this part of the world and
the Flexcharge products are very popular in many parts of the world with severe climates.