Bluetooth® Solar Controller – RVs Going Digital Even Off The Grid   Here at Go Power!, we’re all about using technology to improve RV efficiency and the overall experience. That’s why we’ve enhanced our most popular controller to include Bluetooth® Wireless Technology. The widespread adoption of sensor-based technology combined with mobile, smartphone applications has been

Troubleshooting: GP-PWM-30-UL Voltage Overload Is your PWM solar controller flashing and not behaving properly? It could be due to a voltage overload. This video will show you some options to fix this issue.

Set the Battery Profile on a GP-PWM-30-UL Solar Controller Learn how to change your PWM-30-UL solar controller. (Includes the newest Lithium update!)  

Batteries Not Charging with the PWM-30 Solar Controller Is your GP-PWM-30 Solar Controller not charging your batteries? Before you do anything else, follow the steps in this instructional video to troubleshoot.

How to Perform a Hard Reset on Your PWM-30 Solar Controller Do you need to perform a hard reset on your GP-PWM-30 solar controller? Watch this video to learn how.

Your PWM-30 Solar Controller is also a Go Power! Inverter Remote! Did you know that your GP-PWM-30 Solar Controller can also be a remote for your Go Power! Pure Sine Wave inverter? Find out how to set up this feature in this step-by-step video.

A Loud Beeping and a POL Error. What Does it Mean for Your PWM-30 Controller? You may see a POL error along with a loud beeping sound on your PWM-30 solar controller, but have no fear! The solution is quite simple. Watch the video to learn how to fix this error message.

How to Perform a Soft Reset on Your PWM-30 Solar Controller Is your Go Power! Solar PWM-30 solar controller not responding properly? Is the screen flashing, or totally blank? Can’t toggle through your settings? Or is it reading 0 amps? A soft reset may be required. Find out how to perform one with this step-by-step

The trick to understanding a solar set-up is to first identify the kind of RVing you like to do and second, understand how much power is required to maintain that lifestyle.  For example, do you enjoy watching TV or running a microwave, and if so, how many batteries do you need to recharge while you