2015 Top Selling South Africa EP 3000 48V 6000W Solar Charger Inverter
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2015 Top Selling South Africa EP 3000 48V 6000W Solar Charger Inverter
Features of EP3000 Series 48V 6000W Solar Charger Inverter :
High efficiency over 90%
Max.charge current 70A
Inbuilt pure copper transformer
Automatic three-stage battery Charger
RS232 with free CD(option)
Solar first function(option)
Charge current adjustable(option)
CE certificate, Soncap certificate.
Product Picts of EP3000 Series 48V 6000W Solar Charger Inverter :
|Pure Sine Wave
|±10% Typical Of Nominal Voltage
|Transfer Time : AC To DC : 10ms (Typical)
Transfer Time : DC To AC : 10ms(Typical )
|Max Bypass Overload Current
|Over Current Protection
|By Re-Settable Over Current Protector
|Nominal Input Voltage
|Input Voltage Range
|Nominal Charge Current
|Bat. V ≥ 15.7Vdc/31.4Vdc/62.8Vdc
Beeps 0.5s Every 1s & Fault After 60s
|Lead-Acid 12Ah ～ 250Ah
|Typical Backup Time
|No Limit, Depend on external battery
|Average Charging Current
|Battery voltage Option
|Battery low trip to bypass 11v , high trip to battery 14v
|Battery low trip to bypass 10.5v , high trip to battery 13.5v
|Battery low trip to bypass 10v , high trip to battery 13v
|Communications & Management
|Alarm On Battery：Low Battery & Battery Over Voltage
Alarm On Abnormal Operation：
Over Load, Short-Circuit, & Over Heat
|Environment and Safe
|0℃ To 40℃ (32℉ To 104℉)
|-15℃ To 60℃
|60 Dba Max at 1m
|Quality Control System
|Export Carton For Each Unit Per Carton
provides a 1～3 year limited warranty (“Warranty”) against defects in materials and workmanship for its Uninterruptible power supply, Power inverter/chargers, Solar charge controllers, Battery Products (“Product”).
The term of this Warranty begins on the Product(s) initial purchase date, or the date of receipt of the Product(s) by the end user, whichever is later. This must be indicated on the invoice, bill of sale, and/or warranty registration card submitted to MUST-Solar. This Warranty applies to the original MUST-Solar Product purchaser, and is transferable only if the Product remains installed in the original use location.
1. How do I decide which system is right for me ?
For protection from long outages, include a generator or solar panels in your Must solar system. Shorter outages can be handled by a battery-only system.
2. Where my system will be installed ?
Must solar systems are usually wall-mounted near a home's main electrical (circuit breaker) panel.
3. How do I install my system ?
A must solar backup inverter is connected to a home electric system , we will supply detailed installation manual and videos for our customers .
4. How fast will my system respond to a power outage ?
Must solar inverters typically transfer to battery power in less than 16 milliseconds (less than 1/50th of a second).
- Yes, a solar inverter can be used in systems with multiple solar arrays. A solar inverter is designed to convert the direct current (DC) produced by solar panels into usable alternating current (AC) for powering electrical devices or feeding back into the grid. It can be connected to multiple solar arrays in parallel or series to increase the overall power output of the system. However, it is important to ensure that the inverter is properly sized and matched to the combined capacity of all the solar arrays to ensure optimal performance and efficiency.
- No, a solar inverter cannot provide power during a blackout.
- The potential risks of overheating a solar inverter include reduced efficiency and decreased lifespan of the inverter, potential damage to internal components, increased risk of electrical fires, and potential disruptions to the solar power system's operation.
- Yes, a solar inverter can be used in systems with different module strings. Solar inverters are designed to convert the direct current (DC) generated by solar panels into alternating current (AC) for use in the electrical grid or for powering appliances. They are typically capable of handling a wide range of input voltage and current from different module strings, allowing for flexibility in system design and integration.
- The role of a remote monitoring system in a solar inverter is to provide real-time data and analysis of the solar inverter's performance and energy generation. It allows for remote access and control, enabling the monitoring and management of the solar system from a central location. This includes monitoring the system's output, identifying and diagnosing any issues or faults, optimizing energy production, and ensuring overall system efficiency and reliability.
- Yes, a solar inverter can be used in a building-integrated photovoltaic system. The solar inverter is an essential component that converts the DC (direct current) electricity produced by the photovoltaic panels into AC (alternating current) electricity that can be used to power electrical devices and appliances in a building. Therefore, it plays a crucial role in ensuring the seamless integration of solar energy into the building's electrical system.
- No, a solar inverter requires sufficient sunlight to convert the DC power generated by solar panels into usable AC power. In low light conditions, the solar inverter's efficiency decreases, and it may not be able to generate the required amount of electricity.
- A solar inverter typically has a lifespan of around 10 to 15 years, although this can vary depending on various factors such as the quality of the inverter, its usage, and maintenance.
- A transformerless inverter and a transformer-based inverter differ primarily in their design and functionality. A transformerless inverter, as the name suggests, does not incorporate a transformer in its circuitry. It uses advanced electronic components and techniques to convert direct current (DC) into alternating current (AC). This makes it more compact, lightweight, and cost-effective compared to transformer-based inverters. However, it may have limitations in terms of voltage isolation and grounding. On the other hand, a transformer-based inverter includes a transformer in its design. This allows for voltage transformation, isolation, and improved grounding capabilities. It provides better protection against electrical surges, noise, and voltage fluctuations. However, transformers add weight, increase size, and are more expensive compared to transformerless inverters. The choice between a transformerless and a transformer-based inverter depends on the specific requirements of the application. Transformerless inverters are commonly used in residential solar power systems, while transformer-based inverters are often preferred for industrial or commercial applications where higher power levels and enhanced protective features are necessary.
- Yes, a special inverter is required for a battery storage system. Unlike traditional grid-tied solar systems, a battery storage system needs an inverter that is capable of converting the direct current (DC) power produced by the batteries into alternating current (AC) power that can be used to power household appliances or fed back into the electrical grid.
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