Spartan Power 24 Volt Dual Power Solar & Wind Transfer Switch SP-TS4500-24

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Description

Great for off-grid solar applications, The Spartan Power SP-TS4500-24 24V dual power transfer switch allows for trouble-free operation of inverters and AC mains in the same circuit. The dual power transfer controller switches automatically between inverter and AC mains while protecting the inverter against external voltage. In addition, it offers the possibility to choose the battery power prior between the two power sources.

SP-TS4500-24 Specifications:

  • Model: SP-TS4500-24
  • Input Voltage: 110V/120V
  • System Voltage: 24V
  • Max Power: 4500 Watts
  • Output Voltage: 110V/120V
  • Transfer Time: ≤10ms
  • LED Indicators: Working Status of Public Power, Inverter and Battery
  • Battery Low Cut-Down: 22V +/- .5V
  • Battery Low Recovery: 27V
  • Application: Off-grid Solar or Wind System
  • Product Size: 6.5″ X 5.3″ X 2.5″ inches

 

Scenario 1: When the battery is fully charged by solar panel, or battery power is over 75%, inverter indicator (2) and battery state indicator (3) is lit green. In this scenario, power is provided by the off­-grid system.

Scenario 2: When the power in battery is consumed to 50%, the inverter indicator (2) and battery state indicator (4) is lit green. In this process, power is provided by the off-grid system.

Scenario 3: When the power in battery is consumed to 25%, public power indicator (1) is lit green, and battery state indicator (5) is lit red. At this time the battery voltage is lower than 22V +/- .5V, the controller will automatically change the power supplier to public power in

Scenario 4: When the battery is charged by the solar panel again, power is stored in the battery until 50%, battery state indicator (4) and public power (1) is lit green. In this scenario, power is still provided by the grid, because the battery voltage does not reach the over discharge return voltage point.

Scenario 5: When the power in battery is over 75%, inverter indicator (2) and battery state indicator (3) is lit green. At this time the battery voltage returns to 13.0V, the controller will automatically change the power supplier to battery in <10ms. In this scenario, power is provided by the off-grid system.