The first inverter is able to charge the lithium-iron-phosphate batteries

Company MikroART, one of the pioneers in the design and manufacture of inverters in Russia, is the model number of inverters up to 15 kW, with a built-in charger that can charge more than just any traditional batteries, but lithium-iron-phosphate battery (LiFePO4).

 

This multifunctional inverter using lithium iron phosphate batteries can be stored energy with high efficiency. So far, Russia has not made inverters are able to work with such a new type of battery. It is difficult to find such a possibility and foreign manufacturers of inverters.

Typical applications for these inverters — as a backup supply of electrical equipment and work in complete autonomy, where the electric network is not available, but can be installed solar panels and / or wind turbines and minielektrostantsii.
Lithium Iron Phosphate Batteries (the production of which is just beginning to Novosibirsk plant "Liotech"), being the latest development, have a number of unique advantages as compared to the already obsolete types of lithium-ion batteries, as well as with modern lead-acid batteries. In particular, a record number of cycles (5000 at 70% depth of discharge), high efficiency (96%), a quick charge (40 minutes) and, in addition, they do not go bad in a discharged state.

These key features allow you to use them as a highly efficient energy storage. You can, for example, at night, at cheaper rate to store electricity and use it during the day. In the case of the charge of minielektrostantsii, you can make a very fast charge (to fully charge the battery to the traditional 12 hours) and do not consume expensive fuel. New prospects and the use of inverter MAP SIN Energy together with lithium-iron-phosphate batteries in alternative energy.

The implementation of such a charge high capacity batteries are much more complex than any others. In addition to a special algorithm for their normal functioning of charge and are required BMS (Battery Manegement System). This system controls the distribution of energy between the batteries and control the state of each of them, and the feedback from the charging inverter.

Inverters MAP SIN Energy (output — pure sine) are designed using advanced circuit design and microprocessor control (design patented) that provides them with a large supply of power, reliability and efficiency of up to 95%.

This inverter can withstand loads of up to 300% of nominal power for 6 seconds and up to 200% of nominal for 20 minutes.

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