This is a Low Frequency Inverter
Low frequency inverters are the pinnacle of electrical durability. Their massive iron core transformer is aptly capable of absorbing surge loads because of the “Flywheel Effect” inherent in the physical amount of a transformer’s iron. LF inverters have larger and more robust Field Effect Transistors (FET’s) that can operate cooler, in part due to the slower frequency of switching required to produce AC power.
These inverters are slightly larger and heavier than their low frequency counterparts but they more than make up for this with reliability. If you are running any sort of inductive load from pumps or motors then a low frequency inverters is a much safer choice.
Datasheet SPF12000KT HVM
|AC Voltage Regulation (Battery Mode)||220V/230V/240VAC +or- 10% RMS @ 50/60Hz|
|Waveform||Pure sine wave|
|Transfer Time||10ms typical, 20ms Max|
|Maximum PV Array Power||7000W|
|MPPT Range @ Operating Voltage||60VDC ~ 145VDC|
|Number of independent MPPT Trackers / Strings Per MPP Tracker||2 PV Inputs / 1 string per input|
|Maximum PV Array Open Circuit Voltage||150VDC|
|Maximum Solar Charge Current||120A|
|AC Input Voltage||230VAC|
|Selectable Voltage Range||154-272 VAC / 184-272 VAC|
|Frequency Range||50Hz/60Hz (Auto Sensing)|