Y&H 5.5KW 100A MPPT 500VDC PV Input 220VAC 48VDC Hybrid Inverter

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Description

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  This is multi-function inverter/charger ,combining functions of inverter,MPPT solar charger and battery charger to offer uninterruptible power support with portable size .Its comprehensive LCD display offers user-configurable and easy-accessible button operation such as battery charging current .AC/Solar charger priority ,and acceptable input voltage based on different applications.

Technical Specifications:
5.5 KW Hybrid Solar Inverter
Model: VMII-5.5KW-48V-M100A
MAX.PV Array Power: 5500W
Max.PV Open Circuit Voltage: 500Vdc
Starting voltage >150V
MAX.Charging Current:100A
PV Array MPPT Voltage Range:120~450Vdc

Feature:
5.5KW MPPT 100A
Solar charger of the maximum charging current is 100A
120-500V wide PV input
Lithium battery
Can work no battery
Generate power from PV directly to supply load, even without battery
PV to AC efficiency is much higher
please know if the inverter does not connect battery, the PV voltage must be over 200VDC 
The WIFI kit needs to be purchased additionally

Four modes can be choose when charging battery:
Utility first: Utility will charge battery as first priority source, then Solar Power.
Solar first: Solar will charge battery as first priority source, then Utility Power.
Solar and Utility(default): Solar Power and Utility power will charge battery at the same time.
Only Solar: Solar Energy as the only source charge battery.

Three Output modes can be choose:
Utility first (default):Utility will provide power to theloads as first priority, Then Solar Power, battery Power.
Solar first: Solar energy provides power to the loads as first priority. If solar energy is not sufficient to power all connected loads, utility will supply power to the loads at the same time,then battery power.
SBU Priority: Solar energy provides power tothe loads as first priority. If solar energy is not sufficient to power all connected loads, battery energy will supply power to the loads at the same time.