Invermax VMIII Lithium Ion Solar Kit - 5kW/4.8kWh Storage/2.8kWp Solar View larger

Invermax VMIII Lithium Ion Solar Kit - 5kW/4.8kWh Storage/2kWp Solar

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Peak power output5kW
Usable battery energy*~3.8 Units (kWhr)
Average daily solar production*~10 Units (kWhr)
Max instantaneous power from battery only** ~2.4kW

 *Subject to many external factors **Assuming 2 x US2000 battery

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Lithium ion batteries have the advantage over traditional lead acid in that they can be cycled many times more and can be discharged deeper while maintining a decent battery life.

The Pylontech batteries in this kit are one of the best sellling lithium ion batteries in South Africa, and if you register your purchase with Pylontech, you can get a 10 year manufacturers warranty for no additional charge.

If you're serious about going solar, then lithium ion is the only way to go.

This Kit Includes:

  • 1 x Axpert Voltronics VMIII Solar Inverter (Invermax branded)
  • 1 x Battery Pylon Cable Pack
  • 6 x 340 JA Solar PV modules 
  • 1 x Complete mounting kit (select roof type on checkout) 
  • 2 x Pylon battery brackets
  • 2 x Pylontech Pylon US2000 2.4kwh Li-ion Battery – 3.8kWh usable
  • 1 x MC4 Connector & Splitter Twin Pack ( Kit 1 ) 
  • 1 x K&N Dual String DC Switch Disconnector 25A 220V – 11A 460V (per string)
  • 1 x 4mm2 single-core 50m cable- Black
  • 1 x 4mm2 single-core 50m cable - Red

For those not overly familiar with solar power, this kit can store around 3.8 Units of electricity in the batteries.

This means that at night when there is no sun, you could watch a 300W TV for about 10 hours before the batteries went flat (300W x 12 hours = 3600Whrs = 3.6 Units of electricity)

OR

you could run 40 x 5W LED globes for 15 hours (5W x 40 x18 hours = 3600Whrs = 3.6 Units of electricity)

OR

a 1200W kettle for an 3 hours straight (1200W * 3 hour = 3600Whrs = 3.6 Units of electricity) *Not sure why you would do that but who knows?*

OR

any combination of the above that adds up to 3.8 Units.

During the day, the solar panels can produce up to 2.80 kW's in full sunlight (6 x 340W = 2.04kW). Assuming 5 full "sun hours" in a day you would produce up to 10 units of electricity. The panels will first charge the batteries and after that will add whatever power they can produce to your grid, so you may be able to run off up to 100% solar power during daylight hours, depending on weather conditions. At night the batteries will discharge until the reach a defined, preset level.

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