Built-in Charger, Connect a batteries directly to the Inverter.
You can connect 2 x 12V batteries to this inverter
Features & details
- A normal DC to AC power inverter with all the functions and basic protections.
- Screen display of DC input and AC output
- Charging the batteries and keeping them fully charged at all times ( no battery included)
- Sensing when the power has gone out and automatically switching to battery power
Inverter/chargers vs. UPS systems
This description of an inverter/charger sounds an awful lot like the description of an uninterruptible power supply (UPS), which might lead you to wonder, “Why can’t I just install a UPS and be done with it?” Well, it basically boils down to the fact that a UPS is just not designed to do the job.
Although inverter/chargers and UPS systems work in very similar ways and perform similar functions, the battery in a UPS is not large enough to run your appliances for any significant length of time. Most UPS systems are not designed to provide enough power to start a big wattage AC appliances like a sump pump. In addition, UPS systems have very small battery chargers and they are heavy and expensive most of the time.
An inverter/charger also allows you much more flexibility to decide how much power you need. You can think of it like buying stereo equipment: you can buy the “all in one” model, which is inexpensive and easy to assemble but offers less powerful sound (the UPS), or you can buy individual modular components, which gives you increased flexibility and more powerful sound (the inverter/charger). And if your needs change in the future, you can expand the system without having to start over again
Rated Power 5000W
Peak Power 10 000W
Input Voltage 24V
AC Voltage 220 -230V AC
Wave Form – Pure Sine Wave
Protection Function for Bat. Low voltage Alarm at 10.5v &Shut Down, Over Temperature, Over Voltage, Short Circuit, Reverse Polarity
Charge protection 15.5V/31V
Max current 25A ,10A
Continuous LCD voltage display on both outlets