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96V inverter?


Bobster.

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This morning, some algorithm served me up an ad for this inverter
https://www.takealot.com/osaka-96v-10kw-inverter-sine-wave-power-js067-9610k/PLID92601520

 

96V? So that would require 2 48V batteries in series. 

I suppose they do this so that you can have lots of battery at lower current. But at what point does voltage start getting dangerous?

Also 10kW output doesn't sound like it's that big a beast.

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23 minutes ago, Bobster. said:

96V? So that would require 2 48V batteries in series. 

It's not strange for computer UPSs to have higher voltages. You cannot use a standard 48V battery with integrated BMS in series (like pylontech US3000, hubble, BSL etc), it's not designed for that use-case.

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