Are you sick of being left in the dark by load shedding? Constantly guessing when the electricity will be on or off? Is it affecting your home and business? At Battery Pit Stop we understand how stressful being completely reliant on the Eskom grid can be and so by installing one of our UPS for home systems, you’ll be able to take your power back, literally.
Our inverter for home system makes use of a battery bank that energises an inverter/UPS device. The battery charger draws energy from the mains and keeps the units at an optimal level. When electricity from the grid fails, the power inverter for home seamlessly transfers energy from the battery bank and converts the DC power to AC power. When electricity is restored, the load is automatically transferred. The stored energy in this unit provides the necessary power to run multiple devices in your home or business, depending on the size of system.
The benefits of inverters
There are several benefits to installing a power backup for home system which includes:
- Ease of installation and use
- Durable UPS batteries for long-lasting power
- Petrol, pollution and noise free
- Quick to charge
- Reliable supply
- Maintenance free units, that need no servicing
- Able to withstand deep discharges
Dual mode system for every use
With our excellent quality and high-standard inverter and battery for home systems, you definitely won’t look back. Our unit is able to run in two modes; unregulated and regulated mode. The unregulated mode allows input from the mains in the range of 100-280V and the regulated mode allows for input in the range of 180-260V. It is automatically set to the regulated mode but it can be easily changed to unregulated with the switch of a button. The system also has a built-in circuit breaker that will trip in the case of a short circuit or overload.
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The number of devices are all dependent on the size of the system owned. The inverter is able to run off the mains supplying power to the computer from the utility input and provides a pure sine wave output.
The battery charger draws energy from the mains and keeps the batteries at an optimal level.
When power from the grid fails, the Inverter seamlessly transfers power from the battery bank and converts the DC power to AC power. When power from the mains are restored, the load is automatically transferred. Batteries used are maintenance free and do not require any servicing. They are able to withstand many deep discharges.
Description of system
The system has a front display found within a safety casing. All information regarding the running of the system as well as status pertaining to battery life, charging information and any errors they may occur. The front panel contains the following indicators:
- Mains on – glows when mains is available in normal limits (100 – 285V for unregulated mode and 180 – 260V in regulated mode).
- Smart CHG – shows the status of charging the batteries, will switch off when the battery charging is about to be complete.
- UPS on – Glows when the system is running on the battery bank.
- Battery LO – Displays when battery energy is getting exhausted.
- UPS OL – glows when the system is overloaded in battery mode causing it to trip.
- UPS nL – Glows when the load is less than10% of the systems VA rating. This will cause the system to shut down.
- UPS on / reset switch – when the switch if off the system will not work in the case of mains failure. This switch works as a reset in the event of an overload or battery low shut down.
The system casing is fitted with ventilation fans that allow optimal temperature levels for the system. Caster wheels are equipped to the case as well to ensure that the system does not move unnecessarily. These should be locked in place when the system is stationary.
The system is able to run in 2 modes, an unregulated mode that allows input from the mains in the range of 100-280V and a regulated mode that allows input ranging from 180-260V. By default, the regulated mode is set. This can be changed using the switch on the left of back panel. It is recommended that the system always be set to regulated mode as this would prevent any damages to appliances connected.
The system has a built in circuit breaker that will trip in the case of a short circuit or an overload.
The switch can be found on the right of the back panel.