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Re: How To Create A Locally Made Inverter With Ease by saint2ace(m): 10:32am On Dec 07, 2020
haywire1:
Good morning gurus in the house, my pulse repair charger is on way to me, Which inverter will you recommend I get, kindly note I’m a new user with less than 200w consumption who just want a simple setup first so I can get familiar wit inverter energy then I will upgrade later

Thanks


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Get a good pure sine wave inverter On-grid or off-grid btw 500w to 1000w. U can search Jumia or Jiji to get one, that's if wilmaria14 cannot get u a good deal. Cheers

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Re: How To Create A Locally Made Inverter With Ease by wilmaria14: 1:49pm On Dec 07, 2020
haywire1:


Which inverter type do you have and price?


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Re: How To Create A Locally Made Inverter With Ease by officialfestus(m): 4:42pm On Dec 07, 2020
wilmaria14:
all size boss frow 1000w just WhatsApp boss 09013128166
how much is your 2.5kva psw inverter?
Re: How To Create A Locally Made Inverter With Ease by ceejay80s(m): 4:45pm On Dec 07, 2020
mahkanjuh:
Good evening fam, please how can I connect this type of battery (picture attached), to give 120ah, because I have 3 of it, each of it is 40ah? Pls, help a brother, wanna be charging them with solar panel
Yes u can in parallel, but do u have the pulse repair charger? It will really help that ur lithium batteries, even if its getting those smaller types on jumia
Re: How To Create A Locally Made Inverter With Ease by mahkanjuh: 5:16pm On Dec 07, 2020
remi2good:
that is life po4 batteries right? Very rugged with long life span and also very delicate I'll advise you get somebody knowledge to help you in the connection, please how did you source them and is it still available?
Yes boss, thanks much, they r lifepo4, was just lucky to get the 3. But, I think each of them has a separate BMS, that's y I even bring it up, each is 12v 40ah. So as to be enlightened the best way to connect them to get 12v 120ah and also get them charged from Solar panels
Re: How To Create A Locally Made Inverter With Ease by mahkanjuh: 5:17pm On Dec 07, 2020
saint2ace:



I am not too accustomed to lifepo4 batteries but based on best practices I'll recommend the following: connect the 3 batteries to a busbar, all positives together and all negatives together and the u can connect ur Inverter cables, positive to positive and negative to negative.

The only draw back will be the charging as each battery will be charged individually with its charger as combining all the charging ports to one port would be cumbersome and dangerous.

Like I said this is my option and may not be the ideal, others who have better experience can chip in.......
Thanks very much for this enlightenment chief, grateful
Re: How To Create A Locally Made Inverter With Ease by mahkanjuh: 5:19pm On Dec 07, 2020
ceejay80s:

Yes u can in parallel, but do u have the pulse repair charger? It will really help that ur lithium batteries, even if its getting those smaller types on jumia
Thanks very much boss, can you pls, give a link or picture of the suggested pulse charger
Re: How To Create A Locally Made Inverter With Ease by saint2ace(m): 5:32pm On Dec 07, 2020
ceejay80s:

Yes u can in parallel, but do u have the pulse repair charger? It will really help that ur lithium batteries, even if its getting those smaller types on jumia

Unfortunately the charging port of his batteries come with an Anderson port and can only be used with a specific charger. Trying to change it to use the regular chargers might not be what a DIY person can safely do.
So that leave out the pulse charger....
Re: How To Create A Locally Made Inverter With Ease by saint2ace(m): 5:39pm On Dec 07, 2020
mahkanjuh:

Yes boss, thanks much, they r lifepo4, was just lucky to get the 3. But, I think each of them has a separate BMS, that's y I even bring it up, each is 12v 40ah. So as to be enlightened the best way to connect them to get 12v 120ah and also get them charged from Solar panels

Except u're ready to run modifications on the charging inputs, and u need an expert for that, u might not be able to run it it solar directly, like I said just my opinion....
Re: How To Create A Locally Made Inverter With Ease by saint2ace(m): 5:39pm On Dec 07, 2020
mahkanjuh:

Thanks very much for this enlightenment chief, grateful


U're welcome boss
Re: How To Create A Locally Made Inverter With Ease by odimbannamdi(m): 5:47pm On Dec 07, 2020
haywire1:
Good morning gurus in the house, my pulse repair charger is on way to me, Which inverter will you recommend I get, kindly note I’m a new user with less than 200w consumption who just want a simple setup first so I can get familiar wit inverter energy then I will upgrade later

Thanks


.

Hello sir,

It makes a lot of sense that you want to start small. It will save you a lot of costs as you begin your learning curve.

If you are hard-pressed on budget, you can begin with this brand new 2000w Suoer inverter that i have. It comes with a 20a charging function, meaning you do not even need to get a stand-alone charger just yet.

The actual market value is around 20 - 22k, but to get you started on your journey immediately, i can sell it to you for just 16k. You will also get a free DC voltage display to help you constantly monitor the voltage of your system.

Chat me up on 0908...374---8635 lets finalize

Cheers bro

Re: How To Create A Locally Made Inverter With Ease by remi2good: 11:30pm On Dec 07, 2020
mahkanjuh:

Yes boss, thanks much, they r lifepo4, was just lucky to get the 3. But, I think each of them has a separate BMS, that's y I even bring it up, each is 12v 40ah. So as to be enlightened the best way to connect them to get 12v 120ah and also get them charged from Solar panels
you really need someone knowledgeable to guide you physically, those batteries are different from your normal batteries, if you were using only one then the stress wouldn't have been much but since you'll be connecting three in parallel you gast to be careful because the battery composition and charging system is different and sensitive, and mistake could be disastrous. With the right connections you really gon enjoy them batteries. if you chance upon the batteries again quote, I'm really in need of them.

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Re: How To Create A Locally Made Inverter With Ease by Penuelseun(m): 5:40am On Dec 08, 2020
remi2good:
you really need someone knowledgeable to guide you physically, those batteries are different from your normal batteries, if you were using only one then the stress wouldn't have been much but since you'll be connecting three in parallel you gast to be careful because the battery composition and charging system is different and sensitive, and mistake could be disastrous. With the right connections you really gon enjoy them batteries. if you chance upon the batteries again quote, I'm really in need of them.
I agree with you because I don't think the bms in those batteries support series or parallel connection, what I would have advised he does is remove all the bms in them, connect the three batteries together, bottom balance them, and connect a bigger bms to control them all

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Re: How To Create A Locally Made Inverter With Ease by dollarnaira: 5:50am On Dec 08, 2020
confluence:
@ dollarnaira thanks
Uwc
Re: How To Create A Locally Made Inverter With Ease by jadoly(m): 6:35am On Dec 08, 2020
Penuelseun:
I agree with you because I don't think the bms in those batteries support series or parallel connection, what I would have advised he does is remove all the bms in them, connect the three batteries together, bottom balance them, and connect a bigger bms to control them all
i agree with my boss, get big bms. open jumia app n type (BMS), you will see different range of bms there. but there is one with cheapest price i saw and there is a picture there show how to connect those b3.
Re: How To Create A Locally Made Inverter With Ease by mahkanjuh: 7:47am On Dec 08, 2020
A very big thank you to all of us for the wonderful contributions, thanks fam
@Remi2good
@saintface
@ceejay80
@pennuelson
@jadoly
@ others
One love

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Re: How To Create A Locally Made Inverter With Ease by Yemmyteespeed007(m): 7:57am On Dec 08, 2020
Penuelseun:
I agree with you because I don't think the bms in those batteries support series or parallel connection, what I would have advised he does is remove all the bms in them, connect the three batteries together, bottom balance them, and connect a bigger bms to control them all
They support series n parallel connection, HE CANNOT REMOVE THE BMS.

HE CAN CONNECT THEM IN PARALLEL with the Anderson connector removed. He can user a busbar like someone said.

But the charging protocol must be observed.
I think Constant current constant voltage will do. Like lithium batteries
Re: How To Create A Locally Made Inverter With Ease by mahkanjuh: 8:03am On Dec 08, 2020
Yemmyteespeed007:
They support series n parallel connection, HE CANNOT REMOVE THE BMS.

HE CAN CONNECT THEM IN PARALLEL with the Anderson connector removed. He can user a busbar like someone said.

But the charging protocol must be observed.
I think Constant current constant voltage will do. Like lithium batteries
Can I reach u on WhatsApp boss?
Re: How To Create A Locally Made Inverter With Ease by Yemmyteespeed007(m): 8:37am On Dec 08, 2020
mahkanjuh:

Can I reach u on WhatsApp boss?
zero7zerosix720five4five4

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Re: How To Create A Locally Made Inverter With Ease by mahkanjuh: 11:15am On Dec 08, 2020
Yemmyteespeed007:
zero7zerosix720five4five4
Thanks boss
Re: How To Create A Locally Made Inverter With Ease by haywire1: 2:32pm On Dec 08, 2020
odimbannamdi:


Hello sir,

It makes a lot of sense that you want to start small. It will save you a lot of costs as you begin your learning curve.

If you are hard-pressed on budget, you can begin with this brand new 2000w Suoer inverter that i have. It comes with a 20a charging function, meaning you do not even need to get a stand-alone charger just yet.

The actual market value is around 20 - 22k, but to get you started on your journey immediately, i can sell it to you for just 16k. You will also get a free DC voltage display to help you constantly monitor the voltage of your system.

Chat me up on 0908...374---8635 lets finalize

Cheers bro

I have a stand alone pulse battery charger ( 3ah to 400ah capacity) on way already... What I need is just a simple inverter and battery

Who is using the inverter below and hope it’s good?

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Re: How To Create A Locally Made Inverter With Ease by Malix: 5:01pm On Dec 08, 2020
haywire1:


I have a stand alone pulse battery charger ( 3ah to 400ah capacity) on way already... What I need is just a simple inverter and battery

Who is using the inverter below and hope it’s good?

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I ve used it, it comes with an inbuilt 20a cc.
Very OK for its price
Re: How To Create A Locally Made Inverter With Ease by dollarnaira: 9:54pm On Dec 08, 2020
Malix:

I ve used it, it comes with an inbuilt 20a cc.
Very OK for its price

It is modified wave.
Good for basic appliances e.g certain tvs,bulbs etc

Bad for coil based appliances e.g blender,fan etc

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Re: How To Create A Locally Made Inverter With Ease by haywire1: 10:30pm On Dec 08, 2020
Malix:

I ve used it, it comes with an inbuilt 20a cc.
Very OK for its price

Thanks


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Re: How To Create A Locally Made Inverter With Ease by haywire1: 10:43pm On Dec 08, 2020
What’s the different between local made ups inverter and normal modified wave inverter?

My propose consumption is less than 200w (tv, decoder, rechargeable fan, two bulbs). I have a pulse intelligent charger, I also have two 650v bluegate ups (two small batteries inside), do you suggest I use the ups or normal modified inverter will be better? Note, I will also get a 40ah or 100ah battery.. Thanks

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Re: How To Create A Locally Made Inverter With Ease by haywire1: 8:24am On Dec 09, 2020
saint2ace:


Why not get a 1kva, got the same at arena Oshodi for 8k.....

Do you have a contact or shop number at Arena oshodi?


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Re: How To Create A Locally Made Inverter With Ease by saint2ace(m): 9:00am On Dec 09, 2020
haywire1:


Do you have a contact or shop number at Arena oshodi?


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No I don't but why would u want an off-grid modified sine wave inverter? Ur appliances are in big trouble. I only bought mine for test PURPOSES ONLY
Re: How To Create A Locally Made Inverter With Ease by KingGeedorah(m): 12:08pm On Dec 09, 2020
Good morning House,

I am interested in setting up an inverter system for my basic appliances, Tv, Decoder, Sound bar and 2 bulbs.
I will appreciate your advice on what equipment l should purchase. My budget to set up the inverter system is 100k
look forward to your advice

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Re: How To Create A Locally Made Inverter With Ease by remi2good: 2:09pm On Dec 09, 2020
Logged on to jumia to order the yellow pulse repair charger and realized that the prize has doubled overnight. And I've sold off my own
Re: How To Create A Locally Made Inverter With Ease by saint2ace(m): 6:31pm On Dec 09, 2020
remi2good:
Logged on to jumia to order the yellow pulse repair charger and realized that the prize has doubled overnight. And I've sold off my own


Lolz grin, I have for sale if interested.....
Re: How To Create A Locally Made Inverter With Ease by dollarnaira: 6:45pm On Dec 09, 2020
remi2good:
Logged on to jumia to order the yellow pulse repair charger and realized that the prize has doubled overnight. And I've sold off my own

There are other shops that still sell for less than 8k though shipped from abroad. Shipping is about 4k.
Re: How To Create A Locally Made Inverter With Ease by Christie171(f): 8:21pm On Dec 09, 2020
odimbannamdi:


Hello sir,

It makes a lot of sense that you want to start small. It will save you a lot of costs as you begin your learning curve.

If you are hard-pressed on budget, you can begin with this brand new 2000w Suoer inverter that i have. It comes with a 20a charging function, meaning you do not even need to get a stand-alone charger just yet.

The actual market value is around 20 - 22k, but to get you started on your journey immediately, i can sell it to you for just 16k. You will also get a free DC voltage display to help you constantly monitor the voltage of your system.

Chat me up on 0908...374---8635 lets finalize

Cheers bro
Can this charge my laptop, phone, a rechargeable lamp and power 1 fanafrik Fan?

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