1000 Watt off grid pure sine wave inverter / charger delivers reliable power from AC mains power or 12V/24V/48V DC battery source, low frequency type with transformer, UPS function. The reliable & efficient inverter / charger is ideal for powering refrigerators, TVs, fans, computers, audio/video components or other equipment, appliances and electronics. It is widely applied in wind generator, solar power system, house, vehicle, ship, navigation, mobile electricity work and telecommunications device, launch station and any places where the city power is needed.
- 1000 Watt continuous output power and 3000 Watt peak power
- Pure sine wave output, available for sensitive loads such as air conditioner, motor door, etc.
- Fast and powerful inverter charger, 3-step progressive charging, 7 battery type selector
- High power factor
- Automatically transfer between battery and line mode
- Microprocessor control guarantees the high reliability
- Optional remote control function
- Multi safety protections against over load, over temperature, over charging, and low battery
- LCD digital display shows voltage, load and battery info in real time
- Apply for split phase system, 2 live lines 1 neutral line, and voltage is 120V/240V
1000W Inverter/Charger Specification
||Pure Sine Wave
||110V/120V AC or 220V/230V/240V AC
||95-126V AC or 194-253V AC±4%
|Low Line Disconnect
||85V AC±4% or 184V AC±4%
|Low Line Re-connect
||95V AC±4% or 194V AC±4%
|High Line Disconnect
||136V AC±4% or 263V AC±4%
|High Line Re-connect
||126V AC±4% or 253V AC±4%
||50Hz: 41-54Hz or 60Hz: 51-64Hz (Auto detection)
||Phase & Waveform
||Single Phase & Pure Sine Wave (bypass mode sync to input)
||110V/120V AC or 220V/230V/240V AC
120V/240V AC split phase output Also Available: L1+L2=240V, L1+N=120V, L2+N=120V
||±10%rms (bypass mode sync to input)
||50Hz±0.3Hz or 60Hz±0.3Hz (bypass mode sync to input)
||3 times of rating power (3000W)
|Short Circuit Protection
||Yes, shutdown after 10ms
||Universal socket + wiring terminal block
|Minimum Start Voltage
|Low Battery Alarm
|Low DC Input Shut-down
|High DC Voltage Alarm & Fault
|High DC Input Recovery
|Max Charger Current
||20A/35A/50A/75A/90A (According to the inverter model)
||Load ≤ 25W (Enabled on "P/S auto" setting of Remote control)
||Sounding when the heat sink's temperature is over 105℃ and shutdown after 30 seconds.
|Over Load Protection
||110%＜load＜150%, beeps 0.5s every 1s, and Fault after 60s.
Load＞150%, beeps 0.5s every 1s, and Fault after 20s.
||Low battery, over charging, over temperature, over load
||0-40℃, 0-90%℃ RH (non-condensing)
* It can be selected in the drop-down list.
Inverter/Charger Working Principle & Applications
Inverter Split-Phase Output Terminal Description
Tips: What's the role of MPPT for Inverters?
MPPT, or Maximum Power Point Tracking, refers to the inverters adjust the output power of photovoltaic arrays according to the different environmental temperature, illumination intensity and other characteristics to make the photovoltaic arrays always output the maximum power.
Because of the external factors such as light intensity received by the solar cell and environment, the output power of inverter is changing. And more electricity the light intensity emits, the inverter with MPPT will make better use of the solar cell and make it run at the maximum power point. That is to say, the output power of the inverter with MPPT is higher than that without MPPT when the solar radiation is constant. This is the role of MPPT.
Suppose that the output voltage of the component is 500V before MPPT starts tracking. After MPPT starts tracking, it begins to adjust the resistance of the circuit through the internal circuit structure, so as to change the output voltage of the component and the output current until it reaches the maximum output power (assuming 550V maximum), and then it keeps following. In this way, when the solar radiation is constant, the output voltage of the module at 550 V will be higher than that at 500V, which is the function of MPPT.