On-Grid Inverter With Energy Storage 2000W

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Description of On-Grid Inverter With Energy Storage 2000W

1.Pure sine wave output

2.Microprocessor controlled to guarantee stable charging system

3.Multiple operations: Grid tie, Off grid, and grid tie with backup

4.Built-in MPPT solar charger

5.LCD display panel for comprehensive information

6.Multiple communication

7.Green substitution for generators

8.User adjustable charging current up to 25A

 

Feed-in is not only choice

In comparison with conventional grid-tie inverter, CNBM hybrid inverter is able to not only feed-in power to grid but also store solar power to battery for future usage and directly power to the loads.

On-Grid Inverter With Energy Storage 2000W

 

Save money by discharging battery for self-consumption first

CNBM hybrid inverter can save money by using battery energy first when PV energy is low. Until battery energy is low, CNBM will extract AC power from the grid.

On-Grid Inverter With Energy Storage 2000W

 

Power backup when AC failed

CNBM hybrid inverter can operate as an off-grid inverter to provide continuous power even without the grid.

It's perfect power solution for remote regions or temporary AC power source such as camping or flea market.

On-Grid Inverter With Energy Storage 2000W 

 

Datasheet of On-Grid Inverter With Energy Storage 2000W

 

MODEL

CNBM-H 2KW

CNBM-H 3KW

RATED POWER

2000W

3000W

GRID-TIE OPERATION

PV INPUT (DC)

Maximum DC power

2250W

3200W

Nominal DC voltage / Maximum DC voltage

300 VDC / 350VDC

360 VDC / 500VDC

Start voltage / Initial Feeding Voltage

80 VDC / 120VDC

116 VDC / 150 VDC

MPP voltage range

150 VDC ~ 320 VDC

250 VDC ~ 450 VDC

Number of MPP Trackers / Max. input current

1 / 1×15A

1 / 1×13A

GRID OUTPUT (AC)

Nominal Output Voltage

101/110/120/127 VAC

208/220/230/240 VAC

Output Voltage Range

88 - 127 VAC

184 – 264.5 VAC

Nominal Output Current

18 A

13.1 A

Power Factor

> 0.99

EFFICIENCY

Maximum Conversion Efficiency (DC/AC)

95%

96%

European Efficiency@ Vnominal

94%

95%

OFF-GRID OPERATION

AC INPUT

AC Startup Voltage / Auto Restart Voltage

60 - 70 VAC / 85VAC

120 - 140 VAC / 180VAC

Acceptable Input Voltage Range

85 - 130 VAC

170 - 280 VAC

Maximum AC Input Current

30A

25A

PV INPUT (DC)

Maximum DC voltage

350 VAC

500 VAC

MPP Voltage Range

150 VAC ~ 320 VDC

250 VAC ~ 450 VDC

Maximum Input Current

1 / 1×15A

1 / 1×13A

BATTERY MODE OUTPUT (AC)

Nominal Output Voltage

101/110/120/127 VAC

208/220/230/240 VAC

Output Frequency

50 Hz / 60 Hz (auto sensing)

Output Waveform

Pure sine wave

Efficiency (DC to AC)

90%

93%

HYBRID OPERATION

PV INPUT (DC)

Nominal DC voltage / Maximum DC voltage

300 VDC / 350VDC

360 VDC / 500VDC

Start voltage / Initial Feeding Voltage

80 VDC / 120VDC

116 VDC / 150 VDC

MPP voltage range

150 VDC ~ 320 VDC

250 VDC ~ 450 VDC

Maximum Input Current

1 / 1×15A

1 / 1×13A

GRID OUTPUT (AC)

Nominal Output Voltage

101/110/120/127 VAC

208/220/230/240 VAC

Output Voltage Range

88 - 127 VAC

184 – 264.5 VAC

Nominal Output Current

18 A

13.1 A

AC INPUT

AC Startup Voltage / Auto Restart Voltage

60 - 70 VAC / 85VAC

120 - 140 VAC / 180VAC

Acceptable Input Voltage Range

85 - 130 VAC

170 - 280 VAC

Maximum AC Input Current

30A

25A

BATTERY MODE OUTPUT (AC)

Nominal Output Voltage

101/110/120/127 VAC

208/220/230/240 VAC

Efficiency (DC to AC)

90%

93%

BATTERY & CHARGER

Nominal DC Voltage

48 VDC

Maximum Charging Current

25A

GENERAL

PHYSICAL

Dimension, D X W X H (mm)

420 x 415 x 170

Net Weight (kgs)

15.5

INTERFACE

Communication Port

RS-232 / USB

Intelligent Slot

Optional SNMP, Modbus, and AS400 cards available

ENVIRONMENT

Humidity

0 ~ 90% RH (No condensing)

Operating Temperature

0 to 40°C

Altitude

0 ~ 1000 m

COMPLIANCE

Standard

CE, VDE 0126-1-1,VDE-AR-N 4105

 

Q:
Yes, a solar inverter can be used with different solar panel technologies. Solar inverters are designed to convert the direct current (DC) produced by solar panels into alternating current (AC) for use in homes and businesses. They are typically compatible with various solar panel technologies, such as monocrystalline, polycrystalline, and thin-film panels. However, it is important to ensure that the inverter's specifications and capabilities align with the specific solar panel technology being used for optimal performance and efficiency.
Q:
A solar inverter handles fluctuations in solar panel output due to temperature changes by incorporating a maximum power point tracking (MPPT) algorithm. This algorithm continuously adjusts the voltage and current levels to optimize the power output from the solar panels, compensating for any temperature-related variations. By dynamically adapting to temperature changes, the solar inverter ensures that the maximum power is extracted from the panels and efficiently converted into usable electricity.
Q:
Yes, a solar inverter can be used with a solar-powered electric vehicle charging station. The solar inverter converts the DC (direct current) electricity generated by the solar panels into AC (alternating current) electricity, which is required to charge an electric vehicle. By using a solar inverter, the solar-powered electric vehicle charging station can efficiently convert and deliver the electricity generated from solar panels to charge electric vehicles.
Q:
Yes, a solar inverter can be used in areas with high humidity and salt air exposure. However, it is important to choose a solar inverter that is specifically designed for such conditions. High humidity can potentially cause corrosion and damage to electronic components, while salt air exposure can lead to accelerated corrosion due to the corrosive nature of salt. Therefore, it is crucial to select an inverter that is made with materials resistant to corrosion, such as stainless steel or coated circuit boards. Additionally, regular maintenance and cleaning of the inverter should be performed to ensure optimal performance and longevity in such environments.
Q:
The typical installation process for a solar inverter involves several steps. Firstly, the location for the inverter needs to be determined, usually close to the solar panels and near the main electrical panel. The inverter is then mounted securely on a wall or other suitable surface. Next, the DC input wires from the solar panels are connected to the input terminals of the inverter. The AC output wires from the inverter are then connected to the main electrical panel. Finally, the inverter is connected to a monitoring system, if applicable, to track and manage the solar power generation. It is important to follow all safety guidelines and local electrical codes during the installation process.
Q:
The maximum input voltage for a solar inverter typically depends on the specific model and manufacturer. However, in general, solar inverters are designed to handle input voltages ranging from around 250 to 600 volts.
Q:
Yes, a solar inverter can be used with solar concentrators. Solar concentrators are designed to focus sunlight onto a smaller area, increasing its intensity. The concentrated sunlight is then converted into electricity by the solar panels and fed into the solar inverter, which converts the DC power generated by the panels into AC power suitable for use in homes or businesses. Therefore, solar concentrators and solar inverters can work together to maximize the efficiency and output of a solar energy system.
Q:
Yes, a solar inverter can be used with a ground-mounted solar panel system. The solar inverter is responsible for converting the DC power generated by the solar panels into AC power that can be used to power household appliances or fed back into the electrical grid. Whether the solar panels are mounted on the ground or on a rooftop, the inverter plays a crucial role in ensuring the efficient and effective utilization of the solar energy generated.
Q:
Yes, a solar inverter can be used with a solar-powered healthcare system. A solar inverter is an essential component of a solar power system as it converts the direct current (DC) produced by solar panels into alternating current (AC) that can be used to power various healthcare devices and equipment. This allows for the efficient and reliable operation of a solar-powered healthcare system, ensuring uninterrupted access to essential medical services even in remote or off-grid locations.
Q:
Yes, it is possible to upgrade an existing solar inverter without replacing the entire system. In many cases, solar inverters can be upgraded by simply replacing the existing inverter with a newer model that offers more advanced features or higher capacity. However, it is important to consult with a professional solar installer to determine the compatibility of the new inverter with your current system and ensure a successful upgrade.

1. Manufacturer Overview

Location Shenzhen,China
Year Established 2010
Annual Output Value 50 million USD
Main Markets Australia, Euro, America, China.
Company Certifications CE, VDE-AR-N4105, FCC,ETL,CEC,CEI 0-21,G83,G59,SAA,CGC

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3. Manufacturer Capability

a)Trade Capacity  
Nearest Port Shenzhen, Guangzhou, Hongkong
Export Percentage 60%
No.of Employees in Trade Department 260
Language Spoken: English, Chinese
b)Factory Information  
Factory Size: 500-1000
No. of Production Lines 8
Contract Manufacturing None
Product Price Range 300-40000 USD

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