Presenting the Green Light Inverter, a versatile and clever hybrid solution that uses battery, solar, and AC utility power to produce a steady stream of power. Green Light is a smart solar power storage system that is specifically designed for residential or home use. It holds energy in a battery for use whenever necessary. Power source priority can be set using intelligent software. It would automatically use the reserve power from the battery during unplanned power outages and problems at any given time, greatly reducing reliance on the electricity.
Big data display, IGBT-based structure and Rapid Charging, along with Built-in Energy Meter, Wide range MPPT Input, Maximised Solar Use through Smart modes, 6 Stage Battery Charging, 40% less panel needed than other PCUs, and Multiple Battery Selection are all features of the Heritage Offgrid PCU. When there is no grid power, it incorporates Microchip and ST DSP engines and functions as a standalone solar inverter.
The Influx PCU features a large data display, six stages of battery charging, intelligent modes that maximise solar consumption, and different battery options. Additionally, the PCU incorporates ST DSP Engines, microchips, and safety and protection features. If there is no grid, it functions as a stand-alone solar inverter.
The Redde has 12 rescues on a single charge, Selectable ARD Scheduled maintenance Timer (Auto — Manual), Pure Sinewave output Lift, long-life battery, and Improved Charger for Low AH Batteries. It has a small size and is also wall mountable. Dual-Phase Output Cabinet and 7 Stage Optimised Charging are a couple of the additional features.
Big Data Big Display, IGBT-based design and Fast Charging, Built-in Energy Meter, Wide range MPPT Input, Maximised Solar Usage through Intelligent modes, 6 Stage Battery Charging, 40% less panel required than other PCUs, Multiple Battery Selection, RS-232, and more are all included with the Solwave PCU (Industrial Standard MODBUS). It has a sleek and attractive appearance and incorporates ST and Microchip DSP engines. In cases of no-grid, it can also function as an independent solar inverter.
The Venus PFC Online UPS features a large data display, an IGBT-based design and fast charging, a built-in energy metre, six stages of battery charging, RS-232 (Industrial Standard MODBUS or Megatec), and multiple battery selection. It incorporates Microchip and ST DSP Engines and has a sleek and aesthetically pleasing design, safety and protection characteristics, and lower and higher charging options. Other features include 30% more power savings (power factor correction), improved output regulation, and cold start via mains support.