Best Inverter Charger In The Kenyan Market
Best inverter charger in the kenyan market

Best Inverter Charger In The Kenyan Market

Techwin Limited is proud to announce our new Must Inverter Charger EP3000 PLUS (1 KW and 1.5 KW) series (with transformer). It is a very economical pure sine wave inverter.

The solar/AC priority is configurable, when setting solar priority, solar will charge batteries as first priority, and AC can also charge batteries when solar charger current is too low. A pure copper transformer enables the inverter to operate with all kinds of home appliances.

An inverter simply converts DC (battery) power into AC power and then passes it along to connected equipment. An inverter charger does the same thing, except that it is connected to an AC power source to continuously charge the attached batteries when AC utility power is available. This inverter charger functions as an Inverter, a solar charger, and a battery charger.

Figure 1: Techwin’s Inverter Charger


Rated power 1KW to 5KW

Pure sine wave output

Smart LCD setting (Working modes, charge current, charge voltage, etc.)

Built-in MPPT50A/80A solar charger controller

Combining solar system, AC utility, and battery power source to supply continuous power

Overload short circuit and deep discharge protection

Cold start function

Support USB, RS485 monitoring function with a free CD.

remote monitoring (optional)

Compatible to generator

3KW-5KW support parallel function (Optional)

Why get this inverter charger?

Techwin Limited Must Inverter chargers have the advantage of a built-in programmable AC-powered charger. What this means is, if there is not enough solar (or another source) to charge the batteries you can feed the inverter-charger AC from (usually) a generator and recharge the batteries with the correct parameters for those batteries.

They can also be used without solar panels for backup power by having them connect to AC mains with critical loads on the output side. If the utility power fails the inverter will automatically take over the critical loads, usually without any noticeable change. When the utility power returns it will recharge the batteries. In an extended outage, you can substitute a generator for utility and have “quiet power” from the batteries at night and “noisy power” from the gen during the day.

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