4000W 24/48V Solar Inverter with MPPT Charge Controller
Cheap and best 4000W (6000VA) off grid solar power inverter, built-in solar MPPT 60A charge controller, pure sine waveform output, input and output are completely independent. It can charge for battery and convert DC 24V/ 48V to AC 220V.
Pure sine wave 4000 watt solar inverter with 60 amps MPPT charge controller
for maximum power point tracking , the efficiency is up to 98%. 24 volt, 48 volt off grid inverter with powerful protection fuction such as overload, overvoltage, low voltage, high temperature, output short circuit and battery reverse protection.
4000W Solar Inverter with MPPT Charge Controller Parameter List
Time & date setting, Contrast, lightness, Switch voltage, Grid charge, Clear records, Operating parameter, Discharge limited setting, Reset
Grid priority/ Battery priority (optional)
PV priority/ PV+grid (optional)
Internal and External temperature, record query (fault record), system information query
PV input Voltage range
12V DC (18V-150V DC), 24V DC (34V-150V DC), 48V DC (65V-150V DC), 96V DC (130V-180V DC)
Battery max charge current
24V/ 48V/ 96V
Max power load
12V (13.75V), 24V (27.5V), 48V (55V), 96V (110V)
12V (14.2V), 24V (28.4V), 48V (56.8V), 96V (113.6V)
Grid Input Battery type
Lead acid/ gel/ lithium (optional, factory setting)
Improve charge, direct charge, float charge
AC Output AC charge current
AC output voltage
110/ 220/ 230/ 240V ±3%
AC output frequency
105-120% 30s, 120-150% 10s,>150% 5s
Pure sine wave
Output power factor
Wave form distortion
Protection Function Overload capacity
105-120% 30s, 120-150% 10s,>150% 5s
10.5V (12V) DC/ 21V (24V) DC/ 42V (48V) DC/ 84V DC shut down after alarm
16V (12V) DC/ 32V (21V) DC/ 64V (48V) DC/ 128V DC shut down after alarm
85℃ auto shut down after alarm
Auto shut down
Others Cooling method
10%-90% (No condensation)
<5000m (>1000m, derating)
Solar Inverter with MPPT Charge Controller Working Mode Instructions
Tips: How to choose MPPT controller and PWM solar charge controller?
Both MPPT and MPPT solar charge controller have their own advantages and disadvantages, so how to choose them depends on the design characteristics, cost and external environment of solar photovoltaic arrays. The following factors should be taken into account:
1. PWM charge controller has mature technology, simple and reliable circuit, as well as low price, but its utilization rate of the module is low, which is about 80% while MPPT controller is a solar controller with maximum power point tracking function, which has a BUCK circuit between the module and the storage battery, as well as 90% of utilization ratio of the module.
2. For small-scale off-grid system under 2kW, mainly used for lighting in poor and non-electric areas, such as remote mountainous areas and some poor countries in Africa, the users are very sensitive to the price, so it is suggested to use PWM charge controller and corrective wave inverters, so as to integrate the controller, inverters and storage battery, which has the advantages of simple structure, high efficiency, easy connection for users and low price. In addition, it can also drive light bulbs, little televisions and small fans.
3. MPPT charge controller is recommended for off-grid system more than 2kW, because it has high utilization ratio of the module, high efficiency and flexible configuration of modules. Generally speaking, there is no perfect technology, so it is better for users to take the advice of experts, thus ensuring that they choose the proper controller to meet their needs.