3kVA Pure Sine Wave inverter with built-in 600W MPPT solar charge controller
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Est. availability date: 20/03/2020
The IET MKS is equipped with an MPPT solar charge controller to maximize and regulate DC power from the solar array for charging the battery bank. Transformerless design provides reliable power conversion in compact size. The pure sine wave output enables easy start ups for motor-type loads such as refrigerators, motors, pumps, compressors and laser printers as well as electronic loads like TVs, Computers, power tool and battery chargers.
Pure sine wave inverter
Output power factor 1 (only 0.8 for 3KP/5KP Models)
Built-in battery equalization function to extend battery life cycle
Built-in MPPT solar charge controller
Selectable input voltage range for home appliances and personal computers
Selectable charging current based on applications
Configurable AC/Solar input priority via LCD setting
Compatible to mains voltage or generator power
Battery equalization for optimized battery performance and lifecycle
Parallel operation with up to 9 units only available for Axpert MKS 3KP/4KVA/5KVA*
|Leonard on 13/01/2021|
Hi ,just want to make sure with you. Both of my 2x325w solar panels must be wired in serie for this inverter .Thanks
Hi Leonard, they will need to be in parallel for this iverrter.
|ZWILETHUNYATHI on 12/01/2021|
I have 4 x 375W panels ,Mecer 3KW inverter and 4 x 12 v 100amh batteries . What is the best way to connect for maximum output efficiency?
Hi Zwienyathi. if it is the same as this inverter you will only be able to put 2 panels in parallel on it.
|Leonard on 04/01/2021|
Good Day, can I put 2x 325w JA solar mono percium panels on this inverter and 2 x 100ah 12v deep sealed batteries. Will it be enough to charge the batteries. And can i ad at a later stage 2 more panels and 2 more 100ah batteries? Thanks
Hi Leonard, yes this scenario will work and should charge the batteries within an "average" sunny day. You can't add more panels however as the MPPT on this inverter is limited to 600W.
|Lourens on 15/12/2020|
Good day, is this inverter able to parallel with the same kind as i already have the 3000va/2400W version which is able, and need another one?
Hi Lourens, no you can't parallel this inverter.
|Brad on 14/12/2020|
Hi, Would 2 x 100watt solar panels be sufficient to charge the batteries. currently only need system for household computers wifi router, dstv decoder and one or two other smaller power users. Thanks Brad
Hi Brad, no it wouldn't. You will need about 2.5kWh to recharge your batteries. 200W would give you only around half of that per average solar day.
|Ben on 04/12/2020|
Hi, does the 600W MPPT mean it can only take solar input up to 600W or what is the maximum solar panel input it will accept ?
Hi Ben, correct it can only make 600W of solar power max.
|Leon on 17/01/2020|
Hi Can this inverter run with a battery but without solar panels? Meaning that the inverter will charge the battery
Hi Leon, yes absolutely - solar is entirely optional.
|Richard on 27/09/2019|
Hi, can this inverter run the pylon 2.4 kW lithium battery as I only need to power 14x 10watt spotlights and a tv throughout the night? I know the Kodak is the better option but don't want to spend such a lot of money do have 3kw grid tie inverter for the day and works fantastic.
HI Richard. You could, but you would need to use the Pylon US2500 2.4kWh Li-Ion Battery 24V, which is the 24Vdc version of the battery, since this inverter is 24Vdc on ther battery side. You can find the correct battery here: https://www.solar-shop.co.za/pylontech/286-pylon-us2500-24kwh-li-ion-battery-24v.html
|Roy on 03/05/2019|
Hi, can this inverter run the pylon 2.4 kW lithium battery as I only need to power 14x 10watt spotlights and a tv throughout the night? I know the kodak is the better option but don't want to spend such a lot of money. I do have a 3kw grid tie inverter for the day and works fantastic.
Hi Roy, yes this is the correct unit for that.