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  • Inverter Chargers
  • Inverter Chargers
  • Inverter Chargers
  • Inverter Chargers
  • Inverter Chargers
  • Inverter Chargers
  • Inverter Chargers
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Inverter Chargers

  • Model No.: EI Series
  • Rated Power: 1000W~6000W; DC Input: 12/24/48VDC; AC Output: 120/220/230VAC; Output Frequency: 50/60Hz Automatic Recognition
  • DC Input: 12/24/48VDC AC Output: 110/120/220/230VAC(optional) Output Frequency: 50/60Hz
  • Built-in AC Battery Charger: 35A
  • Product description: One Solar inverter chargers are high efficiency, cost-effective power inverters developed to provide reliable AC power from DC sources. The small, light weight and affordable inverter is a great choic
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Product Details of inverter chargers



Introduction of inverter chargers

Inverters are an important part of any solar energy system, as they are what convert the DC power from the solar panels into usable AC power. Inverter chargers also perform this function, but they can also charge a battery back-up system so that you always have power, even during a power outage. Investing in a quality inverter charger is a wise decision for anyone who is serious about using solar energy, as it will ensure that you have power even when the grid goes down.


Inverter chargers are an essential piece of technology for anyone who wants to use solar energy. They provide a reliable source of power in the event of a power outage, and they can also help to extend the life of your batteries by keeping them charged. Investing in a quality inverter charger is a wise decision for anyone who is serious about using solar energy.



3 things to consider when having an inverter charger in your solar energy system

There are a few things to consider when choosing an inverter charger for your solar energy system. The first is the inverter charger's wattage capacity. This is the maximum amount of power that the inverter charger can handle. It's important to choose an inverter charger with a wattage capacity that is higher than the maximum output of your solar panels, to ensure that you can always charge your batteries, even on cloudy days.


The second thing to consider is the inverter charger's type. There are two main types of inverter chargers: modified sine wave and pure sine wave. Modified sine wave inverter chargers are less expensive, but they can cause some devices to run less efficiently. Pure sine wave inverter chargers are more expensive, but they provide clean, efficient power that is ideal for sensitive electronic devices.


The third thing to consider is the inverter charger's features. Some inverter chargers come with built-in battery chargers, while others do not. If you want to be able to charge your batteries without having to purchase a separate charger, look for an inverter charger with a built-in battery charger. Other features to look for include USB ports, which can be used to charge devices such as phones and tablets, and LCD displays, which make it easy to see the inverter charger's status at a glance.



Installation tips for inverter chargers

If you are looking to install an inverter charger in your solar energy system, there are a few things you need to keep in mind. The first is that you will need a large enough inverter to handle the additional load of the charger. You also need to make sure that the inverter is properly sized for your battery bank and that the inverter charger is compatible with your solar panels. Finally, you need to make sure that the inverter charger is installed in a location where it can get proper ventilation.


Following these tips, you can be sure that your inverter charger will be properly installed and that it will work correctly. With a quality inverter charger, you can be sure that you always have power, even during a power outage.



Conclusion

An inverter charger is an essential piece of technology for anyone who wants to use solar energy. They provide a reliable source of power in the event of a power outage, and they can also help to extend the life of your batteries by keeping them charged. Inverter chargers come in two main types: modified sine wave and pure sine wave. Pure sine wave inverter chargers are more expensive, but they provide clean, efficient power that is ideal for sensitive electronic devices. If you want to be able to charge your batteries without having to purchase a separate charger, look for an inverter charger with a built-in battery charger. Other features to look for include communication ports and LCD displays.


When installing an inverter charger, you will need a large enough inverter to handle the additional load of the charger. You also need to make sure that the inverter is properly sized for your battery bank and that the inverter charger is compatible with your solar panels. Finally, you need to make sure that the inverter charger is installed in a location where it can get proper ventilation. Following these tips will help you to properly install your inverter charger and ensure that it works correctly.



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Parameter of inverter chargers

Product EI Series inverter chargers
Model EI-102
EI-152 EI-202 EI-302 EI-402 EI-502 EI-602
Capacity Rated Power 1KW 1.5KW 2KW 3KW 4KW 5KW 6KW
Peak Power 3KW 4.5KW 6KW 9KW 12KW 15KW 18KW
Input Battery system 12/24VDC 12/24/48VDC 24VDC/48VDC
DC input voltage 10.5-15VDC(12V) / 21-30VDC(24V) / 42-60VDC(48V)
AC input range

170-275VAC (220/230/240VAC) ±4%,

70-150VAC (110/120/130VAC) ±4%

AC input

frequency

50Hz: 45-65Hz / 60Hz: 55-65Hz, ±0.5Hz

(50Hz/60Hz automatic recognition)

Protection

Low voltage

and restore

≤10.5VDC(12V) / ≤21VDC(24V) / ≤42VDC(48V) alarm

≤10VDC(12V) / ≤20VDC(24V) / ≤40VDC(48V) automatic shutdown

Low voltage protection & restore value are programmable:

10-15VDC(12V) / 20-30VDC(24V) /40-60VDC(48V)

High voltage

≥15VDC(12V) / ≥30VDC(24V) / ≥60VDC(48V) alarm

≥17VDC(12V) / ≥34VDC(24V) / ≥68VDC(48V) automatic shutdown

Overload 110%

High

temperature

Built-in temperature real time sensor,

≥85℃ alarm, ≥90℃ automatic shutdown

Short circuit Automatic shutdown
Output Efficiency ≥87%
Output voltage

(DC battery mode) 220/230/240VAC ±3%

(DC battery mode) 110/120/130VAC ±3%

Frequency (DC battery mode) 60/50Hz ±1%
Wave form Pure sine wave
Output voltage

(AC mains mode) stable 220/230/240VAC ±10% output

(AC mains mode) stable 110/120/130VAC ±10% output

(built-in AVR regulator)

AVR output

regulator

For 220VAC output:

AC mains<170VAC±5% switch to DC battery mode, 

AC mains>180VAC±5% returns to AC mains mode.

For 110VAC output: 

AC mains<80VAC±5% switch to DC battery mode, 

AC mains>90VAC±5% returns to AC mains mode.

For 220VAC output: 

AC mains>275VAC±5% switch to DC battery mode, 

AC mains<255VAC ±5% return to AC mains mode.

For 110VAC output: 

AC mains<80VAC±5% switch to DC battery mode, 

AC mains>90VAC ±5% return to AC mains mode.

The above is for output 220VAC/110VAC system reference, 

for 230VAC/240VAC, 120VAC/130VAC output

just multiply by percentage.

Frequency (AC mains mode) automatic tracing from AC input
Other Transfer time Inbuilt AC bypass replay (≤5ms)
Display LED Indicator, LCD Display with functional buttons
Cooling system

Intelligent fan cooling control system,

≤42℃ slow fan, ≥45℃ fast fan

Communication

RS-485 port (default)

wired remote control panel and WIFI module connectable

Inbuilt

AC

Battery

Charger

4 battery types

selectable

SLA / AGM / Gel / Li-ion & Customized

Deep sulphation cycle 15.5 for 4 hours

Charge Voltage 13.6-14.2VDC (12V) / 27.2-28.4VDC (24V) / 54.4-56.8VDC (48V)
Charge current

35A: 0% / 20% / 40% / 60% / 80% / 100%,

AC charging current adjustable by percentage

3 stages charge Boost charging, direct charging, float charging
Over charge

Battery voltage ≧16VDC (12V) ≧32VDC (24V) ≧64VDC (48V),

stop charging after 60s alarm

Working

Mode

(Optional)

01 Line priority mode

Always use AC mains as priority input to provide AC output 

and automatically charge the battery, 

only stops charging when battery is fully charged, 

and only starts DC to AC converting until AC mains is off

02 Battery priority mode

Always use DC battery as priority input to provide AC output, 

for 12V system, when battery≥13V, starts DC to AC converting; 

when battery≤10.5V during converting, 

switch to AC mains mode to provide AC output 

and automatically start charging the battery 

(for 24V/48V system, multiply by 2/4 times accordingly)

03 ECO mode

Loading≤10% automatic shutdown, 

loading≥11%-100% automatic turn on during converting

04 Generator mode

The inverter can suit the unstable AC output frequency

from the generator

05 Unattended mode

After setting low DC input voltage protection value 

and low DC input voltage restore value, 

the inverter can automatically shut down at the set value, 

and automatically restore when the DC input voltage matches 

the set restore value, no need to manually restart

Working

Environment

Temperature -20~+75℃
Humidity <95%

Physical

and

Packing

Product size 475*300*185mm 650*300*185mm
Packing size 595*375*270mm 770*380*270mm
Net Weight 12.7kg 14.1kg 15.5kg 17.0kg 22.9kg 25.4kg 30.4kg
Gross Weight 15.4kg 16.8kg 18.2kg 19.7kg 26.2kg 28.7kg 33.7kg
Quantity / Ctn 1 set / carton
* Product specifications are subject to change without further notice

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