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Inverter Voltronic Axpert VP 3000W 24V

VOLTRONIC AXPERT VP3000-24

Multifunctional hybrid inverter of 3000W and 24V that combines functions of inverter, solar regulator pwm of 50A and battery charger of 25A to offer uninterruptible power supply in portable size. Load in 4 stages with equalization and power factor 1 (FP1) to achieve 3000W real.

Inverter guarantee
  • By default
  • Extension to 5 years
WIFI Monitoring Kit
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  • Yes
€399.00
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Hybrid inverter Axpert VP 3000W PWM 24V 50A

Inverter-charger-regulator of 24V and 3000W of nominal power, with charger of batteries of 25A, regulator of load PWM of 50A for solar modules. Axpert VP 3000-24 model that allows the equalization of batteries.

3-in-1 equipment that combines 230V inverter, battery charger when an auxiliary alternating current input is connected (network, generator set or similar) and a solar charge regulator from solar panels.

Axpert inverter of maximum performance, designed for small autonomous solar installations.

It incorporates PWM charge regulator and battery charger.

24Vdc working voltage.

Qualities of the multifunction hybrid inverter axpert vp 3000W PWM 50A

A renewed design with connectors for batteries and solar panels easier to connect are the main external changes compared to previous models. Internally it comes with additional functions that improve the charge of the batteries in front of the first multifunctional hybrid inverters.

Equalization charge

Possibility of performing equalization in manual and automatic programming intervals from 1 to 90 days from the menu. It allows an equalization voltage of 27V, essential in lead acid batteries.

Equalization time

From the menu we can select the equalization time from 30 to 900 min.

Protection voltage

Triggering time of the equipment increased up to 33 volts can thus be used with more types of batteries and new technologies that appear.

FP1 (Power factor 1)

The new axpert 3000W PF1 hybrid inverter increases power by 25% compared to the previous model, thus providing a real 3000W output.

Pure sinewave axpert hybrid inverter

The new 24W 3000W PWM 50A hybrid is a powerful pure sine wave inverter suitable for connecting any appliance, motor, ... up to 3000W. It allows to work at 110% several minutes and double its power for 5 seconds for inductive loads and engine start thanks to its high power of overload.

50A PWM regulator

Regulator pwmde 50A and up to 80 volts in open circuit.

The hybrid inverter comes with a 25A AC charger to charge if necessary

25 amp battery charger that allows you to use the electrical network or a generator to charge batteries if necessary. Ability to charge 70 amps with network and solar panels delivering power simultaneously to the batteries.

Hybrid inverter with LCD where you can see all the data of the solar installation.

In this screen you will monitor the whole system in an easy and intuitive way, voltage and power of the solar panels, power consumed, the frequency and voltage of output as well as being able to program a multitude of options and priorities of operation. Very intuitive to use.

Includes software for windows and linux where you can monitor the system from a PC to modify values, download history, set alarms, ...

Axpert multifunction hybrid inverters warranty

All Axpert hybrid inverters come with a 2-year warranty (repair without investor costs, provided it is not due to misuse)

Main features

  • Pure sine wave solar inverter
  • Output power factor 1
  • High PV input voltage range
  • Inverter running without battery
  • Built-in 50A PWM solar charger
  • Battery equalization function to optimize battery performance and extend the life cycle
  • Cold start function
  • For more information about hybrid investors call us, we will assist you without obligation.
VOLTRONIC AXPERT VP3000-24
2018-09-29

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