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« on: July 02, 2012, 11:05:37 AM »

Just came across this GTI that Dumps  when Battery is full , perhaps some of you , like this

You have to google the website yourself  whistlie

Battery inverter - changetec BATTERY 2000-48 C


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« Reply #1 on: July 02, 2012, 11:20:41 AM »

Hi Billi,

can you translate that, the translation I've done does not make a great deal of sense, or at least I'd like to be 100% certain, it looks very interesting.

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« Reply #2 on: July 02, 2012, 12:16:40 PM »

Hi Paul ........

Yeah the google translate comes up with a funny translation ........   here from one website , i hope that makes sense to you

as far as i understand it switches on at about 58 Volt ,   as far as i can see they  can be used as well  as a Wind GTI and AC Dump then into the Grid , when 58 Volt are reached  (other models available  from 24 V upto 120 Volt DC)

I Have to digest   and think ......  and I like their 18-60 V DC  Wind GTI  as an idea for my turbine
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The inverters of the series changetec Battery are specifically to the needs of a battery (accumulator) customized devices.

 

They are thus, for example, supplementing already installed stand-alone systems with photovoltaic and wind generators for surplus power fed into the house or public network. Reaches the battery by charging their final charge voltage, the device starts with the power supply.


If the blue LED, BATTERY inverter feeds the energy into the grid. The operating voltage is kept at a constant value. Way to ensure that only the excess energy from the generator is fed into the network. The battery charge is put on hold for over 90%. Decreases the power output is fed to a value less than 8 watts from, the inverter switches off again. To discharge the battery, you need either an additional grid inverters or DC loads corresponding to the DC voltage of the battery system.




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