Favorable price 5000 watt (7000VA) off grid solar inverter is a pure sine wave power inverter that has a built-in 0-30A adjustable charger, transforms DC 48 volt/ 96 volt to AC 110V/ 220V/ 230V, LCD digital display show voltage, load and battery info in real time.
- Pure sine wave output for compatibility with loads of different types
- Visualization of operation status of the equipment through a digital LCD
- Automatically transfer between battery and line modes
- Pure sine wave output (THD < 3%) for wide range of applications and harsh environment
- A wide range of input voltage, accurate output and all automatic voltage stabilization
- Overall protection functions (battery overvoltage protection, battery under voltage protection, overload protection, short circuit protection and over temperature protection)
|Rated power load
||DC 42-60V (48V)/ DC 84-120V (96V)
||110V/ 120V/ 220V/ 230V/ 240V AC (Same as the output voltage)
||50Hz/ 60Hz±5% (Auto)
||110V/ 120V/ 220V/ 230V/ 240V AC (optional)
||50Hz/ 60Hz±5% (Auto)
||Pure sine wave
||≥85% (full load)
|Wave form distortion factor
|Output power load factor
||105-120% at 30s; 120-150% at 10s; >150% at 5s
||DC 10.5 (12V)/ DC 21 (24V)/ DC 42 (48V)/ DC 84 (96V), Alarm and shut down
||85℃, Auto shut down after alarm
||DC 17V (12V)/ DC 33V (24V)/ DC 66V (48V)/ DC 128V (96V), Auto shut down after alarm
||0-30A adjust (It's the current range for charging the battery under (AC) commercial power preferred mode)
||Time & date setting, Contrast, Brightness, Sound, Voltage switch, Grid charger, Clear records, Reset
||Grid fist/ battery first/ standby mode
||Record (fault record), system information
||10%~90% (No condensation)
||<3000 (>1000m, derating)
Inverter for Solar Panel System
Tips: The battery of 5000 watt off grid inverter is unable to be charged, how to solve?
The battery is charged through the photovoltaic module and controller, or through the mains supply and controller.
A: Component reason: The component voltage is not sufficient, the sunshine is low, and the component and DC cable are not well wired.
B: The battery circuit is not well wired.
C: The battery has been fully charged and reached the highest voltage.
A: Check whether the DC switch, terminal block, cable connector, component, battery and so on are normal. If there are multiple components, they must be tested separately.
B: When the battery reaches full charge, it can't be recharged. However, the voltage is different when different batteries are fully charged. For example, as to the battery with a rated voltage of 12V, the voltage is between 12.8~13.5V when it is fully charged, which is related to the electrolyte proportion when the battery is fully charged. The maximum pressure limit should be adjusted according to the model of the battery.
C: Input overcurrent: The charging current of the battery is generally 0.1C-0.2C, and the maximum does not exceed 0.3C. For example, as to a lead-acid battery 12V 200AH, the charging current is generally between 20A and 40A, and can not exceed 60A to the maximum. The component power must be matched to the controller power.
D: Input overvoltage: If the component input voltage is too high, it is required to check the voltage of the battery panel. If it is really high, the possible cause is that the number of strings in the panel is too large, and the number of strings must be reduced.
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