ups inverter 3000W pure sine wave inverter with charger 12V 24V 48v DC to AC 220V 230V 240v solar power inverter

$330.51

Description

charger inverter                                              

charger inverter is connected to an AC power source to continuously charge the attached batteries when AC utility power is available, During a blackout in the utility grid, inverters/chargers automatically switch from utility power to battery backup power.

 

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voltage, output voltage, output frequency). this is important !

1. Input voltage: DC 12V / 24V / 48V (only one voltage can b

e choose),    
2. Output voltage: AC220V / 230V / 240V (only one volta

ge can be choose),    
3. Output frequency:  50Hz or 60Hz (optional)(only one frequency can be choose),    

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Model

sp12/220-3000LC

sp24/220-3000LC

sp48/220-3000LC

Continuous Power

3000W

Surge Power

6000W

Frequency

50HZ±0.5HZ or 60HZ±0.5HZ

Wave Form

Pure Sine Wave

AC Regulation

THD<3%(Linear Load)

Output Efficiency

92%

DC Voltage

DC12V

DC24V

DC48V

AC Voltage

 

220VAC or 230VAC or 240VAC ±5%

No Load Current Draw

2a

1a

0.5a

DC Voltage Range

10-15.5V

20-31V

40-61V

Low Voltage Alarm

10.5±0.5V

21±0.5V

42±1V

Low Voltage Shut Down

10±0.5V

20±0.5V

40±1V

Over Voltage Shut Down

15.5±0.5V

31±0.5V

61±1V

Low Voltage Recovery

13±0.5V

24±0.5V

48±1V

Over Voltage Recovery

14.8V±0.5V

29V±0.5V

59V±1V

Charging Voltage

14.6V±0.2V

29.2V±0.3V

58.4V±0.5V

Floating Charge Voltage

13.8V±0.2V

27.6V±0.3V

55V±0.5V

Charging Current

≤10A

≤5A

≤2.5A

Transfer Time

≤9MS

≤9MS

≤9MS

Grid Input Draw

 

220VAC or 230VAC or 240VAC ±10%

Protection: LED Alarm and Automatic Recovery.

Low Voltage/Over Voltage

 

 

Overload

 

 

Over Temperature

 

 

Short Circuit

 

 

Working Temperature

-10°- +50°

Storage Temperature

-30°- +70°

Production Size

560*165*85(mm)

Package Size

650*235*150(mm)

N.W/G.W

6.2/ 7.45(kg)

Warranty

2 Years

Cooling Way

Intelligent Cooling Fan

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1.What's the difference between an inverter and inverter/charger?

An inverter converts DC (battery) power into AC power and then passes

it along to connected equipment. An inverter/charger does the same thing,

except that it is connected to an AC power source to continuously charge

the attached batteries when AC utility power is available. In the case of a

power outage, the inverter will automatically switch to battery power to

provide power to connected equipment.

2. How do I charge the batteries?

Inverter/Chargers must also be connected to AC utility power for their

charging feature to work.

3. How fast will the inverter respond to a power outage?

During a blackout in the utility grid, inverters/chargers automatically switch

from utility power to battery backup power. the inverter will transfer from utility

to battery power in about 9 milliseconds

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