Can be wired into your db for automatic functionality.
Batteries not included. You need a minimum of 2 x 12v batteries.
AC DC Inverter.
2200w continuous output.
Peak power 4000W.
Pure sine wave.
Auto switch over.
AC surge protection.
LCD information panel.
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Hi i have one. Can you adjust the amp output and how.
lost my user manual..is it available on the net? and where
Do I need an external charge controller or can the unit be connected directly to solar pannels
Hi, I also have the same product. The unit has a built in charge controller. You can directly connect the solar panels to it, however, I’m struggling to get the specifications for the built in charge controller as you get different sizes for the solar panels. If one has a manual please share, so we can work on this together.
I’m looking for the specs as well, so what is the maximum watts panels to connect directly to the inverter
The specs for max panels Watts are
1000w inverter = 420w panels
2000w and 2500w inverter = 840w panels
The preferred voltage range from the panels is 30v to 44v, with a max of 50w (that will guide whether you connect panels in series or parallel. (I’ve got 4 panels. Connected in sets of 2 in series to get the volts up, then connected the 2 sets together in parallel). If you put all in parallel, volts will be too low, and if you connect more than 2 in series, the volts will be too high.
Probably you’ll require a charge controller if you intend connecting multiple PV’s which exceed what the built in can take
Installed a 1000 watt ecco inverter/charger/ups. Ideal for load shedding. Connected only lights, and selected plug outlets feeding the fridges, TV etc. Two 12volt batteries 120 amp hour. Being a ups the transfer is seamless and you won’t even know there’s a power failure. 327watt 24 volt solar panel work just fine with the installation
Thanks , simple and great feedback, as to what works
Hi. Can you give me any information on the cooling fan. What voltage? AC or DC.
Please mines stopped working and there is no description on the fan.
Can anyone tell me what is the maximum watts of solar panels to be connected directly to the ns2500