Inverter, Sine Wave, 2.0kVA, 24V | Luminous PowerX
Pure sine wave inverter with inbuilt battery charger and auto changeover. Output rated at 2000 VA. Requires two 12 V rechargeable batteries to be connected externally.
Available only on pre-order. Please contact us to check delivery dates before ordering.
This inverter converts 24V DC to 220V AC. It can be used in standalone mode with appliances plugged directly in to it, or it can be hardwired to the electrical distribution board of a home or small office. Two 12 volt rechargeable batteries need to be connected externally to the unit. ‘Deep-cycle’ lead-acid batteries are recommended.
When the mains voltage at the input of the unit is within the range 180 ~ 260 V, the connected load will be supplied with power directly from the mains and the connected batteries will be charged automatically. If mains voltage falls below 180 volts or rises above 260 volts, the unit will switch automatically to inverter mode, and will use the energy stored in the batteries to provide clean sine wave power at a stable voltage.
When mains power is restored to normal, the unit will switch back to battery charging mode and the load will again receive power directly from the mains. No manual intervention is needed.
|Output Waveform||Sine Wave|
|Output Voltage||220 V AC|
|Output Frequency||50 Hz|
|Rated Capacity||2 kVA|
|Battery Requirement||Two 12V lead-acid batteries (not included)|
|Supported Battery Types||Flat Plate / Tubular / SMF|
|Supported Battery Capacity||80 ~ 200 Ah|
|Maximum Charging Current||11 / 14 / 17 A (user selectable)|
|Mains Input||3-core double-insulated captive cable (1 metre long)|
|Output||3-pin universal socket|
|Battery||Red and black captive leads with factory attached lugs (each 0.75 metres long)|
|Cooling System||DC fan ×1|
|Dimensions||400×340×170 mm (W×D×H)|
|Net Weight||20.6 kg|
What’s in the Box
- 2000 VA inverter with inbuilt battery charger
- Short cable with factory attached lugs to link the two batteries in series
- User manual
Please note that using a cable with electrical plugs fitted at both ends to connect the output of the inverter to a wall outlet in the premises, is highly dangerous and definitely not recommended. If it is required to feed the output of the inverter to multiple areas of the premises, it is advisable get a competent electrician to wire it directly to the electrical distribution board.