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Selectronics F-SEL-SPMC1201 SP Pro Series 120V7.5kW Inv/Chrg

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Selectronics F-SEL-SPMC1201 SP Pro Series 120V7.5kW Inv/Chrg

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Brand Selectronics
Weight 42.0000

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• Low distortion sine wave interactive inverter charger with grid feed ability

• Advanced thermal techniques provide excellent high temperature performance
• 63 amp AC transfer switch with anti-chatter protection
• "Grid Lockout" setting can allow battery charging "off peak"
• Automatic changeover when grid fails without using a second inverter
• World leading 300% surge capacity
• True 100% charge capacity
• Five stage battery charging with dual float points and adjustable temperature compensation
• Battery mid point monitoring with automatic equalisation
• Easy to configure / monitoring software supplied standard
• "Partial state of charge" control can minimise generator run time
• Very quiet
• Warranty, 5 years + 2 for SP PRO accredited installers
• Simple LED display, with the AC LEDs directly powered from the monitored voltage
• Eighteen months of sampled data at 30 minute sample rate
• 100% Australian designed and manufactured




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