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PV charger for 6V lead-acid battery

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Hi all!

I need to charge a 6V lead-acid battery from a solar panel. I've done this in the past for 12V batteries using PV panels and special regulators provided by the PV manufacturer. However, I'm not able to find this kind of sets for 6V batteries and I don't want to build my own regulator.

Anyone knows such PV regulator/charger in the market? Or should I regulate to let's say 6.3 V from the voltage provided by the PV charger/regulator (>12VDC) and charge my battery from those 6.3V?

Thanks in advance.
 

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