Victron MultiPlus 48/5000/70-100 Inverter/Charger


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- The MultiPlus is a powerful true sine wave inverter, a sophisticated battery charger that features adaptive charge technology and a high-speed AC transfer switch in a single compact enclosure.

Unique PowerAssist Feature

- The MultiPlus will prevent overload of a limited AC source.

Uninterrupted AC Power (UPS function)

- In the event of a grid failure or generator power being disconnected, the inverter within the Multi is automatically activated and takes over the supply to the connected loads. This happens so fast that computers and other electronic equipment will continue to operate without disruption.

Virtually unlimited power thanks to parallel operation

- Up to 6 Multis can operate in parallel to achieve higher power output. Three phase or split phase operation is also possible.v


questions Vilven on 09/01/2020

Hi 1. Does the Victron Multiplus 2 have a built in online remote management system? 2. Can the Victron unit be used to power up appliances during the day while charging batteries and only use grid power when teh demand is higher than the PV generation?


Hi Vilven

1. No, it doesn't

2. Yes, it can when used together with other components such as a colour control to create an ESS (Energy Storage System)

questions Billy Crawford on 19/11/2019

Can I replace the Axpert SOL-I-AX-5P inverter directly with this inverter without having to change any wiring or add any other hardware?

Hi Billy. It would depend on what you're using it for. If you have solar connected then definitely not.

questions Ivan on 13/05/2019

I know this is a stupid question With the : Victron Multiplus2 48/5000/70-100 4000w 16x335w solar panels 2 X Pylontech 3.5kw batteries can I run 2 X 12000btu aircons at night only And 7 X domestic fridge/freezers 24hrs a day


Hi Ivan
It's not a stupid question, in fact it's a HUGELY complex one. The batteries in this scenario will store 6 units of electricity. Power draw on aircons require huge guesses as the compressors go on and off according to the climatic conditions. The only way to accurately know what the aircons will draw is to measure it. IF you guess at an average draw of 200W (for a 12000 BTU unit) this means that during the night (say 12 hours) you will need 200W x 2 units x 12 hours = 4.8kWh, leaving you 1.2kWh in the batteries for other use. A similar calculation can be done for the fridges, which again will vary widely in power consumption according to:

a) the state of repair of the fridge
b) the power rating
c) how often it is opened and closed
d) how often warm food is introduced
e) the ambient temperature around the fridge and
f) the kind of mood its in (just joking about the last one)

Again the best thing to do is measure the consumption over a decent period of time. The gross production of the panels will also obviously change according to light conditions, location time of year etc. If you work on an average of 4.5 sun hours per day x 335W x 16 panel you will average around 24 Units of energy produced per day, 6 of which will be used to charge the batteries (actually more since the battery charging process is not 100% efficient. The short answer is you will need at at least another battery

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