|The SCC3 wired to charge a 12V 7AH gell cell battery from a 3W VW solar panel.|
|The SCC3 installed in a power panel for an off-grid cabin. PV array is 180 Watt/15A.|
|A large battery bank that is charged by the SCC3. The bank consists of six Trojan T105 deep cycle lead acid batteries (6V/225A/H) wired for 12V at 675 A/H.|
|Ron Stalma sent in this photo of his SCC3 kit installed in a custom silk-screened box.|
|Solar powered ham radio station, 10W PV, 7Ah battery, SCC3 and BVM1|
A site called microcruising.com uses an SCC3 to provide DC power for a small boat.
Harry Stephens (KI6PSZ) provided this testimonial:
The SCC3 kit arrived yesterday and I spent several hours last night and this morning assembling it. I haven't done much soldering for 20+ years, but I put the kit together per the instructions, hooked it up to a 45W PV panel and a dead car battery (just for testing), and it just plain worked! The whole thing took me about 10 hours, and it still isn't in an enclosure, but I was going extra slowly and being extra careful. Great kit a great price! Thanks,
eHam.net reviewed the SCC3 in 2005, the build order sequence was changed as a result of this review.
Honorable mention should go to Peter Hudson for using several SCC3 kits in his amazing solar and pedal powered Homouroboros sculpture. There is a YouTube video that shows this amazing contraption in use.