Solar Inverter

Our personal and work lives are extensively dependent on electricity and grind to an unpleasant halt each time the power goes out. It is in times like these that a solar inverter becomes a super way to ensure your home and office have their lights on even during a power shut down. The great advantage of a solar inverter is that it does not add to your energy bill and the convenience it brings to your office and home are irreplaceable.

Pure Sine Wave Output Back-up is safest combination of UPS, Inverter and Voltage Stabilizer as it provides Pure Sine Wave Output. It is powered by micro controller digital technology. You can run all appliances altogether including Tube lights, Fans & Computer which eliminates the need of two equipments for similar applications, at your home or office.

Solar Preference Solar Charge Controller is needed to be connected for solar powering the batteries. There is a mains to battery charger inbuilt in Solar Inverter but it starts charging batteries only when the batteries get exhausted due to absence of solar power or anything else. When the batteries get exhausted, Solar Inverter shifts to mains mode and starts charging the batteries through mains while giving stabilized mains AC to the load at output. When the battery is fully charged through mains charger, the unit shifts back to battery, thus giving top preference to Solar Power.


  • Microcomputer/DSP based design.
  • uto self-testing with auto self fault detection.
  • Solar PV reverse voltage protection.
  • Electronic over current charging protection.
  • Fully regulated charge controller inside.
  • Reverse current flow protection battery to solar array.
  • Takes zero current from input if solar power is present.
  • No mechanical contact for charge controller.
  • All the time constant current changing.


  • Inverter IEC 61683 Std / IEC 60068
  • Batteries IEC 61427 / IS 1651/IS13369
  • Cable IEC 60189 / IS 694/IS1554


  • Inverter – 18 months
  • Battery – 3yrs
  • Solar panel – 10 yrs

300 VA, 600VA. 650VA, 850VA, 1450VA, 2KVA, 3 KVA, 5KVA


A  charge controller, also known as a solar regulator, is a regulator that goes between the solar panels and the batteries. A charge controller is used to regulate the voltage and current coming from the solar panels and going to the battery. As the input voltage from the solar array rises, the charge controller regulates the charge to the batteries preventing any overcharging.

A controller can also provide a direct connection to appliances, while continuing to recharge the battery.

Modern charge controllers use pulse width modulation (PWM) to slowly lower the amount of power applied to the batteries as the batteries get closer and closer to fully charged. The newer Maximum Power Point Tracking (MPPT) controllers are even better. MPPT charge controllers allow your solar panels to operate at their optimum power output voltage, improving their performance by as much as 30%. They can also match the output of the solar panels to the battery voltage to insure maximum charge (amps). MPPT charge controllers are more expensive that PWM charge controllers, but the advantages are worth the cost. If you can afford it, you should definitely use an MPPT charge controller.

We offer wide range of solar charge controller is needed in virtually all solar power systems that utilize batteries.  The job of the solar charge controller is to regulate the power going from the solar panels to the batteries.

  • Maximum Power Point Tracking (MPPT)
  • High Efficiency  98%
  • Automatic ON-OFF
  • Three Step Charging Mode
  • Lighting Surge Protection
  • Over Charge & Over Discharge Protection
  • Over Load Alarm Protection
  • Power and Event Data Logger
  • Available Range 5-100 A