3000W Pure Sine Wave Inverter – MPPT Charge Controller and Auto-Transfer Switch 12V
Intelligent Hybrid Solar Inverter
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A 3000 Watt Continuous / 9000 Watt Surge Inverter capable of converting DC (Direct Current) power to AC (Alternating Current). Inverters allow off-grid power generated by solar panels to be used with household appliances and electronics.
Perfect for use in cabins: will switch between batteries and generator with auto start!
Professional solution for Off-Grid Solar Systems. Able to work with AC power in from Generator or Grid Tie and DC Power from Solar Panels and Battery Bank.
The inverter features an AC pass-through circuit powering your home appliances from utility or generator power while charging the battery. When utility power failes, the battery backup system keeps your appliances powered until utility power is restored. Internal protection circuits prevent over-discharge of the batteries by shutting down the inverter when a low battery condition occurs. When utility or generator power is restored, the inverter transfer to the AC source and recharges the batteries.
- Auto switches from utility to generator (with auto starter) to solar input, as available.
- Can be setup as either UPS Mode (Grid Power First / AC power First) or Solar Inverter Mode (Solar Power First / Battery First)
- Peak power / Surge power is when a motor starts up and needs a surge of power for a very short time. This inverter has a Peak or Surge Power rating of 9000W.
- 60A MPPT Charge Controller – 720 Watts Maximum Solar Input
- AC/DC Charge current 15A – 45A
- DC Input Voltage 12V
- Advanced Microprocessor Control Design
- Remote control function RJ45 (optional)
- Cosuper SPS3000-1126M
Pure sine wave inverters give you clean power that can be used with sensitive electronics like laptops, microwaves, refrigeration, communication equipment and televisions.
All generators, including solar, naturally create DC power. But any household electronics with plugs to connect to outlets run off AC power and must be converted by an inverter at the appropriate frequency before use with off-grid generated power. AC power is used in utilities because it allows for easier transportation of electricity across the grid, but is less energy efficient as DC power. Inverters are necessary to keep a house or its selective appliances running during blackouts. They are connected to the battery and are tied into your home or businesses electrical service.