Renogy's 3500W 48V Solar Inverter Charger combines solar charging, AC/generator battery charging, and battery inverting into one convenient solution to take your off-grid system to the hybrid level. Compatible with 48V battery banks, this solar inverter charger gives you the ultimate control with four user-configurable AC/Solar Charging modes and three Load Output modes that can turn your system into an uninterruptible power supply (UPS), automatically switching to Off-Grid Mode in just 10 milliseconds to keep loads securely powered.
Power-packed with the latest MPPT and battery charging technology, you can be sure that the charge controller captures maximum solar energy in real-time and uses the 120A battery charger to ensure the best system performance. This reliable, solar pure sine wave inverter charger has built-in electronic safeguards to protect you and your system. Equipped with multiple features and modes, the Renogy Solar Inverter Charger is a powerful addition to any 48V system!
- Please note that this package does not include cable. You can buy the inverter cable separately. Our recommended specifications for this inverter are: 3ft, 4AWG
48V 3500W Solar Inverter Charger
Inverter Remote Control
16.4ft X 1
|Renogy 48V 3500W Solar Inverter Charger with 80A/145V MPPT|
|Inverter Mode Specifications||Solar Charging Mode Specifications|
|Output Waveform||Pure Sine Wave||Charge Controller Type||MPPT|
|Continuous Output Power||3500W||Maximum Input Power||4800W|
|Peak Power Rating||7000W||Maximum Input Current||50A|
|Output Voltage||120VAC±5%||PV Charging Current Range||0-80A|
|Output Frequency||50 Hz ± 0.3% 60 Hz± 0.3%||Recommended Max. PV Open Circuit Voltage||145VDC|
|Input Voltage / Rated Battery Voltage||48VDC (minimum start-up voltage 44V)||PV Operating Voltage||60-145VDC|
|Nominal Efficiency||> 90%||MPPT Voltage Range||60-115VDC|
|Bypass Breaker Current Load||40A||Short-circuit Protection||Internal Fuse|
|Idle Consumption||48W||Wiring Protection||Reverse Polarity|
|Power Saver Mode Idle Consumption||＜25W||Recommended Wiring||4 AWG|
|AC / Grid Charging Mode Specifications||Mechanical Specifications|
|Rated Input Voltage/Input Voltage Range||120Vac/90 ~ 140VAC ± 2% Adjustable||Dimensions||16.8*12.7*4.9 in / 426*322*124 mm|
|Frenquency||50 Hz / 60 Hz (auto detect)||Weight||23.8 lbs /10.8kg|
|Efficiency||＞95%||Communication Port||RS485/CAN Communication Port (BT-2 Bluetooth Module)|
|Conversion Time||10ms||Cooling Fan||Yes|
|Battery Type||Lead Acid and Lithium Battery||Operating Temperature Range||5°F ~ 131°F/ -15°C ~ 55°C|
|Maximum Charging Current||40A||Storage Temperature||-13°F ~ 140°F / -25°C ~ 60°C|
|Charging Voltage Range||40-60VDC||Humidity||5% to 95% (three-layer paint protection)|
|Short-circuit Protection||Breakers and fuses||Noise||≤60dB|
|Overcharge Protection||Yes. Automatically alerts and turns off charging after 1 min)||IP Grade||IP 20|
|Reverse Flow Protection||Yes||Safety Class||I|
1.What Is an Inverter Charger with MPPT?
2. Can I use this inverter to charge my batteries?
3. Can I use the inverter with a 24V system?
4. What size inverter should I buy?
1. Sizing the right power output.
Make sure your inverter charger can handle at least 1½ times the load of continuous demand you expect to have regularly. To figure this out, simply add up the wattage of each device you plan on running simultaneously. Be sure the inverters you’re considering will be able to supply enough AC power.
2. Check your battery voltage.
The DC voltage rating on the inverter will tell you what battery bank it is compatible with. For example, a 48V battery bank will require an inverter that is compatible with 48V DC input.
3. Size your installation spaces.
What area or space will you set your inverter? Make sure the inverter will fit in the space you have in mind with enough room around it for proper ventilation and no fire hazards.
4. Remote operation is important.
Renogy pure sine inverters come with convenient remote control (BT-2 )and DC HOME APP options so that you can operate the unit from afar.
5. Do I need Modified Sine Wave, or Pure Sine Wave?
Modified sine wave inverters are older technology and generally less expensive. They can be used for many standard appliances but may cause trouble with delicate electronics or audio equipment. Some equipment may work but run hotter than normal.
Pure sine wave inverters are a bigger investment, but much more versatile.
a) Output voltage wave form is pure sine wave with very low harmonic distortion and clean power like utility-supplied electricity.
b) Inductive loads like microwave ovens and motors run faster, quieter and cooler.
c) Reduces audible and electrical noise in fans, fluorescent lights, audio amplifiers, TV, Game consoles, Fax, and answering machines.
d) Prevents crashes in computers, weird print out, and glitches and noise in monitors.
6. How do I hook up the Inverter? What size cable should I use, and is it included?
When connecting the inverter to the battery and solar panels, please read all of the instructions and cautions in the manual before beginning the installation. The minimum recommended wiring gauge for battery wiring is 2AWG, PV wiring is 4AWG, AC input and out wiring is 8AWG.
Incorrect or improper connection points and corroded wires can cause great heat to melt the wire insulation, burning surrounding materials, and even cause fire, so ensure that the connection is tightened
7. Does the Bluetooth Module work with this unit?
8. Can I use the solar inverter without batteries when using PV or Mains?
9. Does this solar inverter limit PV current? I'm not getting my full power?
10. Can I use the Bluetooth Module to monitor the inverter from my phone? Which Bluetooth Module should I buy?