This 5000W European solar inverter is off grid, transformerless, designed with CE certification for 230Vac power systems such as Europe, Asia, Africa, Australia etc.
It converts 48Vdc battery to 230Vac single phase power (adjustable to 220V 240V as well).
Its 80A MPPT solar charger accepts PV input from 100Vdc to 450Vdc, the max PV input power is 4500 watts.
The 80A utility charger allows users to charge batteries from a utility or generator as well. It supports batteryless operation to convert PV power directly to support loads and use utility power as backup.
Its LCD allows users to change virtually all the specs of the inverter, including low/high voltage alarm/cut off, charging voltages, charging current, AC output voltage and freq, etc. It can be stacked up to 6 pcs to increase power or form three phase 400Vac.
This M5000H-48BP model only accepts 240Vac input, and outputs only 240Vac. It willn’t accept 120Vac input, or output 120Vac.
For US customers, it can be powered by 240V power from two hotline lines and output 240Vac by following the below wiring instruction.
Or it can be connected to a separate 240V to 120/240V split phase transformer to get two separate 120V hot lines for 120V loads.
Another important feature is that it can operate without battery connected, this help user to reduce initial investment on the solar system.
Its versatile stacking feature allows the 5KW solar inverter to be stacked up to 6 pcs.
The highly programmable LCD menu allows users to set a wide range of inverter specs such as
1 AC output Frequency :50hz or 60hz
2 Power priority: Solar, battery, or Utility
3 Ac Input voltage range
4 Charging current & voltage
5 Power saver mode
6 Auto restart after overload or over temp
7 Enable/Disable neutral to ground bonding
It virtually allows users to change all of its spec within its range.
Free monitoring software is included in the package.
It allows remote monitoring by WiFi module or GPRS module.
It has BMS to communicate with our lithium battery powerwalls.
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