1, Pure sine wave inverter 2, Built-in MPPT solar charge controller 3, Configurable input voltage range for home appliances and personal computers via LCD setting
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MODEL FL-IVCM0812-800W FL-IVCM1624-1600W FL-IVCM2424-2400W FL-IVCM3248-3200W FL-IVCM4048-4000W Rated Power 1000VA / 800W 2000VA/1600W 3000VA / 2400W 4000VA / 3200W 5000VA / 4000W Voltage 230 VAC Selectable Voltage Range Frequency Range 50 Hz/60 Hz (Auto sensing) AC Voltage Regulation (Batt. Mode) 2000VA 4000VA 6000VA 8000VA 10000VA Efficiency (Peak) 90% 93% Transfer Time 10 ms (For Personal Computers) 20 ms (For Home Appliances) Waveform Pure sine wave Battery Voltage 24 VDC Floating Charge Voltage 27 VDC 54 VDC Overcharge Protection 31 VDC Maximum PV Array 600w 600w 3000w 4000w MPPT Range@ Operating Voltage 30~66VDC 30~66VDC 60~115VDC Maximum PV Array Open Circuit Voltage 75VDC 75VDC 145VDC Maximum Solar Charge Current 25A 25A 80A Maximum AC Charge Current 20A 30 A 30A
Maximum Charge Current
25A 30A 30A 120A 140A AC charger and solar charger can't work at the same time Maximum Efficiency 98% Standy by Power Consumption 2W
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1.How to choose suitable inverter?
If your load is resistive loads, such as: bulbs, you can choose a modified wave inverter. But if it is inductive loads and capacitive loads, we recommend using pure sine wave power inverter.
2.How do I choose the size of the inverter?
Different types of load demand for power are different. You can view the load power values to determine the size of the power inverter.
3.How to calculate the load of working hours requires configuration of the battery size?
We will usually have a formula to calculate, but it is not hundred percent accurate, because there is also the battery's condition, the old batteries have some loss,so this is only a reference value:
Work hours = battery capacity * battery voltage * 0.8/load power (H= AH*V*0.8/W)