4000W Single Phase Grid Tie Solar Inverter
high efficiency MPPT no isolated transformer type on grid tie solar inverter with 4000W rated capacity, max power to 4200W, wide DC input voltage range of 180-500 volt and default 1-phase AC output of 230 volt, LCD display main parameters, perfect electrical protection function.
110V AC [+$136.85]
Reasonable price single phase 4000 watt on grid solar inverter is a compact unit, creative MPPT tech makes efficiency higher than 99%. It directly converts direct current 150-500V MPPT voltage range into alternating current 230V (190-270) for grid tied solar power system, please concact us for other output voltages.
Can be applied to various fields, mainly for solar power, wind power, battery power, and scenery lamp power.
Strong IP65 protection, completed sealed cover suitable for harsh environment.
Advanced MPPT tracking technology, wide MPPT voltage range.
No isolation transformer H6 full-bridge configuration, highest efficiency reach 97%.
Over voltage, short circuit, overload, overheating, anti-islanding protection etc.
Multiple Inverters can be operated in parallel.
LCD display, convenient for user to monitor main parameters.
Support various communication modes.
DC INPUT Max. DC Input Power
Max. DC Input Voltage
Max. DC Input Current
MPPT Tracking Voltage Range
MPPT Tracking Number / Each Input String Number
Power ON / OFF Voltage
200V / 100V
AC OUTPUT Power
Single phase AC 190~270V
Adjustable according to different countries and regions requirement.
230V AC (Optional: 110V)
50Hz / 60Hz
Single phase, 2 hot line (L1, L2+N) can be customized for this 4000W inverter.
At rated power and in the sine wave ＜3.5%
STRUCTURE Protection Degree
RS 485C / RS232 (Standard) / WiFi Module (Optional)
Standby Power Consumption
DC input switch, Anti-island, Output over-current, Input reverse connection, DC/AC surge protection, Insulation resistance testing, RCD testing, Upgrade WiFi
ENVIRONMENT Operation Temperature
Air Flow, -10℃~40℃
2000m, max 3000m
OTHERS Size (W*H*D)
CE / G83 / IEC / TUV / SAA
Tips: How does the on-grid inverter work?
Simply the inverter has a computer module that senses the grid AC voltage waveform and continuously measure all its parameters instantly like voltage, frequency…etc. and then starts to inject the AC current, so that the inverter keeps its output voltage to be slightly higher than grid voltage all the time. In the same time, the inverter must have anti islanding feature which quickly disconnect it if the grid power system shuts down for any reasons, so protect itself from feeding uncontrollable loads "may be higher capacity" and protect personnel who were sent to troubleshot the power grid.