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Inverex / Intellipower Single Phase UPS (Uninterruptible Power Supply)

Battery Backup System

Range: 1000VA ~ 2000VA (1:1 Phase)


PG UPS

Features

  • Built-in Charger, Auto Changeover And Inverter System.
  • Offline Ups For High Efficiency, Low Consumption Backup.
  • Large Multi-stage Battery Charger.
  • Charger Only Mode.
  • LED Display, Load Capacity, Battery Level, Input/Output Voltage,

 

Description

You know that South Africa has one of the most unstable power grids on earth. Our utility power is never a guarantee. You need dependable power delivery to protect your valuable equipment. Here at Cooper Power, we can provide you with a steady and stable power source to keep your equipment safe from harm and downtime.

Please see our Warranty Terms & Conditions on this product. It is in our interest to solve problems and supply you with a dependable power solution.

Choose from our wide UPS range, we have formulated a few “Kit” options for you to choose from. If you do not see the right system for you, we can build systems to support any runtime.

What is a power inverter? Power inverter is to supply uninterrupted power to run home electrical gadgets. These inverters for home are offered in various voltage and load capabilities. In the basic style of the home inverter a DC (battery) source is connected to a transformer through the center tap of the primary winding.

How big of an inverter do I need to run my home? Compute approximate start-up load (peak/surge watts).

You would require an inverter with a constant ranking of roughly 1500 watts and with a peak/surge ranking of roughly 3500 watts. It is constantly recommended to build in a safety factor by overrating the constant ranking by 20-- 25%.

Is it safe to keep inverter inside your home? Yes, with adequate ventilation (ideal for the size of the system), it is safe. A small system, state 100w of inverter and photovoltaic panels, would be safe without extra ventilation most of the times. Nevertheless, a much bigger system requires much higher care.

Does inverter increase electricity costs? However, when the inverter goes on charging its batteries, it will take in adequate power and for this reason will get shown in your expenses. So on the whole your costs will be more compared to the case without inverter. The expense will start to increase as batteries begin to age.

What size inverter do I require to run a TV?

Home power inverter is to supply uninterrupted power to run home electrical devices. These inverters for home are offered in different voltage and load abilities. In the basic style of the home inverter a DC (battery) source is connected to a transformer through the center tap of the main winding. A switch is rapidly switched backward and forward to permit present to flow back to the battery following two alternate courses through one end of the primary winding and then the other.

Types of Power Inverters Based upon the output waveforms, there are 3 types of Inverters. These are Sine wave, Modified Sine wave and Square wave inverters.

Sine wave power inverter

Alternating current has continuously varying voltage, which swings from positive to negative. This has an advantage in power transmission over long distance. Power from the Grid is thoroughly controlled to get a pure sine wave and similarly the sine wave radiate the least amount of radio power during far away transmission. Nevertheless it is expensive to produce sine wave in an inverter. Its quality is outstanding and almost all electrical and electronic home appliances work well in sine wave inverter.

The sine wave is the AC waveform we get from the domestic lines and from the generator. The major advantage of sine wave inverter is that all of your home hold home appliances are developed to run in sine wave AC. Another benefit is that the sine wave is a type of soft temporal increase voltage and it lacks harmonic oscillations which can activate undesirable counter forces on engines, interference on radio equipments and surge present on condensers.

Modified Sine wave or Quasi Sine wave

Modified sine wave is created to simulate a sine wave given that the generation of sine wave is expensive. This waveform consists of a Flat Plateau of positive voltage, dropping rapidly to no for a short period, then dropping once again to a flat plateau of negative voltage. It then go back to zero once again and returning to positive. This short time out at no volts offers more power to 50 Hz essential frequency of AC than the simple square wave.

Inverters providing modified sine wave can effectively power most house hold devices. It is more affordable however might provide certain problems with devices like microwave, printer, digital clocks and some music systems. 99% of home appliances run happily in modified sine wave. Instruments using SCR (Silicon Controlled Rectifier) in the power supply area act terribly with modified sine wave. The SCR will think about the sharp corners of the sine wave as trashes and turned off the instrument. A variety of the Laser printers act like this and quit working to run in inverters and UPS providing modified sine wave power. Many variable speed fans buzz when made use of in modified sine wave inverters.

Power Rating of Inverter

Inverters are readily offered in numerous 'Size rankings' from 50 VA around 50000 VA. Inverters larger than 11000 VA are hardly ever used in family applications. The first thing you require to consider about the inverter system is its optimum peak power or surge power and consistent current supply. The surge rating is usually specified at various watts for many seconds. This suggests that the inverter will handle an over load of that great deals of watts for a short time. This 'surge capacity' will differ substantially between inverters and even with in the same brand. Typically 3-15 seconds surge rating is enough to cover 99% of home appliances. Inverters with least expensive surge rating are the high speed electronic switching types.

Selecting the best Home Power Inverter Prior to selecting the inverter, it vital to figure out the total power consumption of the appliances that are going to be connected to the inverter.

It is very important to note that the power usage (Current drain) increases when the driving voltage decreases. When the input voltage drops in the domestic supply lines from 230 V AC to 200 VAC, electrical gadgets will take in more present. For example a load ranked 300 Watts (like Fridge) operating in 230 volts makes use of 1.4 Amps in one hour. The specific same load takes 1.5 Amps if the line voltage drops to 200 volt during peak hours (6pm- 9 pm). So it is a good idea to turn off high present gadgets during peak hours. This saves energy along with minimizes the electricity expenses. If heavy loads are running in inverter, battery voltage lowers from 13.5 volts to 12 volts with in a short time. This minimizes the backup time. So it is much better to link just light loads such as fan, lights and TV to inverter lines.


1kVA 700W Simulated Sine Wave UPS.
Stock Code Rating Battery Capacity Cabinet Backup Time
UPS-PG1000

1000VA

700W

- - - None
UPS-PG1000-1 1x 12V 45Ah C1 1-2 hours
UPS-PG1000-2 1x 12V 65Ah C1 2-3 hours
UPS-PG1000-3 1x 12V 105Ah C1 3-4 hours
UPS-PG1000-6 2x 12V 105Ah C2 6-8 hours

 

2kVA 1.4kW Simulated Sine Wave UPS.
Stock Code Rating Battery Capacity Cabinet Backup Time
UPS-PG2000

2000VA

1400W

- -   None
UPS-PG2000-1 2x 12V 45Ah C2 1-2 hours
UPS-PG2000-2 2x 12V 65Ah C2 2-3 hours
UPS-PG2000-3 2x 12V 105Ah C2 3-4 hours
UPS-PG2000-6 4x 12V 105Ah C4 6-8 hours

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