Inverter 2E SM-6K248T 6200 VA (standalone)
Autonomous inverter 2E SM-6K248T is designed for uninterrupted power supply of objects remote from the centralized power grid, especially relevant during rolling blackouts. Wide application possibilities are due to the design features: the model has built-in network and solar charging controllers, protection functions and the ability to set charging priority.
- Power 6.2 kW/6000 VA
- Ability to connect a 48 V battery
- Built-in chargers (grid and solar)
- Pure sine wave
- Remote control capability
- Integration into the "Smart Home" system
- Generator compatibility
- Built-in security features
- Charging priority selection
|Kind||With built-in grid and MPPT solar charger|
|Battery||External 48 VDC|
|Input||176-280 V, ~50/60 Hz (Hardwired)|
|Output||230V, ~50/60Hz 1+1 controlled AC output, Hardwired|
|Output waveform||Pure sine wave|
|Maximum power of PE array||6000 W/1x27A|
|MPPT window||60-450 VDC|
|Maximum charger current, A||120|
|Interface||RS-232/485, USB-OTG, Wi-Fi, Dry-contact|
|Dimensions (HxWxD), mm||356x471x149|
The 6.2 kW (6200 VA) inverter SM-6K248T will help you solve complex and energy-intensive tasks. The stand-alone device has a network and solar controller (high voltage MPPT), which makes it easy to connect a photovoltaic array (solar panels) with a maximum power of 6,000 W (1 × 27 A). MPPT range is 60-450 VDC. In addition, if necessary, batteries of various types of 48 V can be additionally connected to the inverter, while the maximum charger current will be 120 A (combined). In general, in terms of application possibilities, the power of the inverter is enough to heal the main systems (heating, water supply, air conditioning), for example, a cottage or an enterprise up to 150 m².
The technical capabilities of the SM-6K248T model are successfully complemented by a wealth of interfaces: RS-232/485 ports are used to connect a PC or Smart Home system controllers; using Wi-Fi , you can remotely control the device; Dry-contact technology allows you to set certain conditions (scenario) to automatically turn on the inverter and, of course, the usual USB-OTG is built in.