SMART-IN inverters can claim some of the lowest self-consumption on the market. Very often an inverter remains in stand-by mode, thus continuing to consume current, so having a low self-consumption allows you to conserve energy.
- Totally isolated input and output, to prevent any anomaly in the equipment connected to the output from damaging the input or vice versa, allowing a high degree of safety.
- Professional connectors which, unlike the cheap inverters commonly available on the market, are integrated directly into the board, allowing a substantial reduction in the voltage drop on the connection between the device and the battery, improving performance and, for the same power absorbed by a 230V consumer (e.g. a TV), consumption on the battery is lower than with classic inverters.
|Connection [AC]||UK socket x 2|
|Output Frequency [Hz]||50|
|Output Power [W] Continuous||3000|
|Output Power [W] Peak||8000|
|Waveform||Pure Sine Wave|
|Connection [DC]||Screw clamp|
|Voltage Description||24V DC Input, 230V AC Output|
|Optional Remote Panel||Yes|
|Cables Included||Yes, for DC|
|Height Description||108mm (4.25")|