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MPPT VFD Solar Pump Controller
LED LCD Display 2.2kw 80-450VDC 110VAC 220VAC MPPT Solar VFD Solar Pump Controller
ZK SG600-2K2GB-2S-M 2.2kw solar pump inverter
Solar pump system consists of 3 parts: solar panels, solar pump inverter and pumps.
The system using electric energy generated by solar panel to power water pump, and provide water from underground or river to applications like farm irrigation, ground water lowering, tank/ cistern filling, fountains etc. MPPT 99% 220v single phase 400w 500w 1000w 2000w PV solar pump inverter
The features as follows:
1.solar pump inverter cover voltage levels including 110VAC 220VAC and 380VAC.
SG600 series can support single-phase 110VAC/220V and three-phase 220V/380V/480VAC AC solar pumps,pmsm pumps. The power from 0.4KW to 500KW.
The solar pump inverters can suppot DC/AC input, automatically start/sleep when being connected to solar panels through simple parameter setting.
3.Highly reliable for using multiple protective measures
Including PV over-voltage protection,PV polarity reverse warning,and auto derating against over-temperture,which extend product life.
1.Automatic regulation of pump flow 2.Self-adaptation to the drive used in the installation 3.No fuel Required 4.Highly reliable and durable 5.Irrigation possible at Remote locations 6.compatible with solar PV panels ststem 7.Conventional grid AC electricity can be alternative 8.Eco-friendly energy source
PECRON E2000LFP Expandable Portable Power Station
Q: What devices I can run on the E2000LFP portable power station?
A: You can run any device with a consumption power no more than 2,000 watts. However, inductive types of loads such as freezer, fridge, compressor, and motor require a much higher power to start (approx. 3-7 times larger than its rated power).
Q: How to calculate my E2000LFP’s running time?
A: The running time is calculated as:Total Capacity(Wh) x 90%(depth of discharge) ÷ Consumption Power(W);For example, E2000LFP can run your 60W portable refrigerator:1920Wh x 90% ÷ 60W =28.8H(With two additional EB3000, it can run your fridge 121 hours continuously)
Q3: Does Pecron E2000LFP has a built-in MPPT charge controller?
A: Yes, E2000LFP equips three independent built-in MPPT charge controllers, each supporting PV of 12 V-95V(Voc: open circuit voltage) charging up to 600W: 12~18V-100W(Max). 32~95V600W(Max)2. It greatly improved the charging efficiency and effectiveness.
Q4: How to utilize E2000LFP 1200W input capacity?
A: To utilize its 1200W input capacity, you can get an extra 600W AC charger for it; For solar panels, you can parallel three Aurora 200W so lar panels on each 5-pin aviation charging port; A combination of a 600W AC charger and 600W solar array can also provide a total of 1200W input.
Q5: Can I use my own solar panels with the E2000LFP?
A: Yes. E2000LFP is compatible with most third-party solar panels on the market. Just make sure that your solar panel/array has an operating voltage in the range of 12V-95V: 12V~18V-100W(Max). 32V~95V-600W(Max)2
E2000LFP has 16 output ports that can run up to 16 devices at a time. Including 6x 2000W AC outlets, USB-C: PD100W x 1; USB-C 18W x 1; USB-A: 18W x 1; 5V2A x 3; 1x cigarette port, 2x DC ports, and 1x 15W wireless charger, it’s an ideal all-in-one power solution for your phones, tablets, laptops, portable refrigerator, drones, camera, and more.
- Original 1920Wh huge capacity
- Expandable Up to 8kWh
- LiFePO4 Battery with 3,500 Life Cycles to 80%
- EB3000 Details:
- Capacity: 3072Wh
- Input: 12V~18V-100W(Max). 32~95V600W(Max)2
- Battery Type: LiFePO4
-Clean and Pollution Free Energy, Eco-FriendlyNo fule cost minimum maintenance costHigh flow system for the faster tank economical than diesel pump sets in the long runMPPT-Maximum Power Point Tracking for maximizing the efficiency of input powerEnable cultivation of an extra cropHelp in providing critical protective irrigation in water scareSave times labour.
What are solar water pumps?
A solar water pump or a solar photovoltaic water pumping system is a system powered by solar energy. It is just like the traditional electric pump with the only exception that it uses solar energy instead of fossil fuel or electricity. It consists of one or more solar panels, also known as solar photovoltaic modules, a motor pump set, electronic controls or a controller device to operate the pump, the required hardware and in some cases, other items like inverters, batteries, etc.
What is the use of solar water pumps?
A solar water pump is used for extracting water from ponds, rivers, borewells or other sources of water which are then used to meet the water requirements for irrigation, community water supply, livestock and other purposes.
How does a solar water pump work?
It works like any other pump set with the only difference being the solar energy used instead of nonrenewable energy for its operation. When sunlight falls on the solar panels it produces direct current (DC) which then feeds the motor to pump out the water. However, in the case where the motor requires an alternating current (AC), the DC produced by solar panels is converted to AC using an inverter.
How are solar water pumps more useful than conventional electric pumps?
The advantages of solar water pumps over conventional electric pumps are given below:.Solar water pumps do not require any fuel or electricity to operate. Once installed, solar water pumps do not incur the recurring costs of electricity or fuelDoes not get affected by power cuts, low voltage, single-phase problems or the motor burningCan be installed in remote areas where electricity is unavailable or diesel is difficult to procureIncurs low maintenance costs as solar water pumps have fewer moving parts as compared to a diesel-powered pump and thus, fewer chances of wear and tearNo lubricants are required for operation and hence no chances of water/soil contamination due to the lubricantsEasy to operate
What are the different types of solar water pumps?
There are several different types of solar-powered pumps depending on how they have been classified. But primarily there are four types of solar water pumps–submersible pumps and surface pumps, direct current (DC) pumps and alternate current (AC) pumps. Submersible pumps: As the name suggests, a submersible pump is located deep below the ground level and remains submerged underwater. The suction head of the submersible pump is beyond a depth of 10 metres. The installation of these pumps is done by digging a borewell, which leads to an increase in its installation and maintenance cost. Surface pumps: The surface pumps remain out of the water and in the open. They are installed where the water table is within a depth of 10 metres. As they need to be on the surface, these pumps are easier to install and maintain. They are, however, not apt for the deepwater table. DC pump: This pump runs on a motor which operates on direct current, therefore no battery or inverter is needed in this type of pump. AC pump: The motor of this pump operates on alternating current, which means the direct current produced by the solar panels gets converted to AC using the inverter. The conversion from DC to AC leads to loss of power from generation and consumption.
How does one know if they should use a submersible or a surface pump?
The selection is based on the groundwater level and the water source. In the case of a borewell with a water table deeper than 10-15 metres, a submersible pump is used. If it is an open well, pond, etc, then using a surface pump is better. Also, the surface pump is installed when the water level is less than 10 metres. Based on the classification, the following types of motor pump sets are available:.Surface-mounted motor pump setSubmersible motor pump setFloating motor pump setAny other type of motor pump set after approval from test centres of the Ministry of New and Renewable Energy.
Which is better–a DC or an AC pump?
Although DC pumps have an advantage over AC pumps in terms of higher efficiency and no requirement of an inverter for operation, the cost of DC pumps is higher. Also, the repair and maintenance of DC pumps are difficult in rural and remote areas due to lack of service centres in these areas.