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1440W/2400VA Inverter with Trolley Modified Sinewave

(2 customer reviews)

The FBIT2400 inverter trolley is ideal for backup applications.
Ideal for TVs, decoders, gaming consoles, Wi-Fi routers, alarm systems, charge mobile devises and freestanding LED lights.

  • Easy to move around
  • Plug and play system
  • Plugs directly into mains wall socket
  • Multifunction LCD display and buzzer alarm
  • Comprises:
    • Inverter
    • 2 X 100Ah lead acid batteries
    • Metal enclosure for batteries
    • Wheels for mobility
  • It has the following inputs:
    • Grid power – 230V AC
    • Battery – 24V DC
  • Inverter – Modified Sine Wave
  • Output power – 220VAC
  • Continuous output power – 2400VA/1440W
  • Auto restart during AC recovery
  • Selectable mains transfer voltage range
  • Automatic transfer switch – gives unit a UPS function
  • Low battery alarm
  • Battery charger:
    • 10A/20A selectable
    • Intelligent 2-stage for efficient charging
  • Battery overcharge protection
  • Transfer time – 10 to 20ms
  • Protections:
    • Deep discharge & overcharge
    • Short circuit
    • Over- and under-voltage
    • Battery short circuit

1 Year Warranty for the inverter and casing
3 Month Warranty on Batteries

 

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User Manual

Code FBIT2400
Name Modified Sinewave Power Inverter/UPS System 1440W/2400VA 24V DC to 220V AC
Product dimensions (W) Width: 445mm
(H) Height: 587mm
(D) Depth: 480mm
(KG) Weight: 68.5Kg
Packaging type Gift Box

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    1. Neil

      This trolley is a life saver during loadshedding. It is easy to use, like plug and play.

      Neil

    2. Daniel Meintjes

      Pro: This UPS is a life saver during load shedding. Ideal for study or working from home. Very easy to use. Do not even notice when the load shedding kicks in – fast switch over.
      Cons: Heavy and the fan is a bit noisy when charging or suppling backup power.

      Daniel Meintjes