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Re: Inverter Users : Lets Have Your Experience by toyinpin: 5:32pm On Dec 09, 2019
Experience4u:
How much is the inverter sold. I want to purchase one ASAP. Thanks
Please how much is it?
Re: Inverter Users : Lets Have Your Experience by toyinpin: 5:35pm On Dec 09, 2019
remi2good:
yeah I'll recommend it if you're on a budget. The inverter is so good you won't agree it's modified sine wave at times and it has an inbuilt charger that's very intelligent. And you can be using it and charging your Batts at the same time which is equivalent to ups mode. The power consumption is so low that it save you more 30% on your batt unlike the normal inverter because it's very light weight. The icing on the cake is that it charges with low current even as lows as 100v. The humming sound on fans with coil is not very significant, I've used it for personal use at home and I've used it for commercial purpose in salon office and I confess the inverter is very rugged. I have the normal inverter in my office but any time PHCN light get problems and no hope of light for days I swap with this one to enjoy my batteries for very long time. But make sure every extension you use it with should not be loose and every plug plugged in should not be loose and shaking .
Please how much does it go for?Thank you
Re: Inverter Users : Lets Have Your Experience by zeestone99(m): 11:19pm On Dec 10, 2019
1kva soelix pure sine wave inverter available. 46k
Re: Inverter Users : Lets Have Your Experience by Kdude: 10:52pm On Dec 11, 2019
[quote author=viperVIP post=33323039]PLEASE HELP !!!
...so today I bought a FAMICARE 50AH Fast Battery Charger and connected it to my inverter+batteries. The charger has a current control switch labeled 1 to 10. According to the seller, he said I should use gear 5 to charge but according to the manual, if the battery is dead low, I should use 2/3 for best charging which I used and charged for 3 hours. the meter on the charger never reduced as it was stated in the manual that the meter reading will reduce as the charging increases, so I suspected maybe 3 won't work for the charging. Now I want to try 5 but before I do, I need the opinion of people who knows about this product, which gear is the best to use for a 24volt 200ah batteries and won't short the lifespan of my batteries ??

Hello!

How did it go after 4 years. I just got one too...
Re: Inverter Users : Lets Have Your Experience by Homeyfav: 8:39pm On Dec 13, 2019
Re: Inverter Users : Lets Have Your Experience by spinola: 4:30pm On Dec 17, 2019
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Re: Inverter Users : Lets Have Your Experience by enet1(m): 12:51pm On Dec 18, 2019
Good Day to everyone,

I have few questions to ask

(1) Is it all inverters that does automatic changeover when there is power outage? If not, how can I know the one that has automatic changeover?
(2) I have a load of 950 watts (14 energy saving bulbs, 5 celing fans, a TV, a laptop and other small loads), Is it advisable to go for 1.5KVA or 2.4 KVA inverter system ?
(3) is it all inverters that come with chargers for self charging?
(4) I have ordered for two new 100ah batteries, can i complement it with one used 200ah battery?
Re: Inverter Users : Lets Have Your Experience by eleojo23: 7:27pm On Dec 18, 2019
enet1:
Good Day to everyone,

I have few questions to ask

(1) Is it all inverters that does automatic changeover when there is power outage? If not, how can I know the one that has automatic changeover?
(2) I have a load of 950 watts (14 energy saving bulbs, 5 celing fans, a TV, a laptop and other small loads), Is it advisable to go for 1.5KVA or 2.4 KVA inverter system ?
(3) is it all inverters that come with chargers for self charging?
(4) I have ordered for two new 100ah batteries, can i complement it with one used 200ah battery?

Hello, repost your question here for better response.

https://www.nairaland.com/390522/solar-energy-complement-fta

That thread ls more active than this one.
Re: Inverter Users : Lets Have Your Experience by darocha1(m): 7:55pm On Dec 19, 2019
enet1:
Good Day to everyone,

I have few questions to ask

(1) Is it all inverters that does automatic changeover when there is power outage? If not, how can I know the one that has automatic changeover?
(2) I have a load of 950 watts (14 energy saving bulbs, 5 celing fans, a TV, a laptop and other small loads), Is it advisable to go for 1.5KVA or 2.4 KVA inverter system ?
(3) is it all inverters that come with chargers for self
charging?
(4) I have ordered for two new 100ah batteries, can i complement it with one used 200ah battery?


Answers:
1. Most inverter sold in public market have automatic charge over function. But, it also depends on how the electrical connection is done.

2. Both will suffice for your load, the 1.5kva is a pure sine while 2.4kva is modified sine.

3. Most China & Indian inverters have integrated charger in them but Americans and some Europeans are mostly without charger, so you need to buy external charger.

4. No no no, it is never a good option mixing batteries. Be it same capacity or different capacity or different products.

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Re: Inverter Users : Lets Have Your Experience by Experience4u(m): 11:59pm On Dec 19, 2019
Who is using SOUER inverter here, can you give any review of it
Re: Inverter Users : Lets Have Your Experience by kiekie1(m): 9:27am On Dec 20, 2019
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Re: Inverter Users : Lets Have Your Experience by kiekie1(m): 9:29am On Dec 20, 2019
WE BUY DEAD/SCRAP BATTERIES!!!

We also buy off scrap/dead batteries from any state (T&C applies) .

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Re: Inverter Users : Lets Have Your Experience by Temayo: 12:19pm On Dec 21, 2019
SUV:
first: for 1.5KVA inverter = u need at least 2.5KVA gen to charge it. that's what i have currently.

the first response is 100% correct.

Do not allow it to go off by itself cos it weakens the battery.

Equivalent load on inverter to Gen should be: i better pass = 1.5KVA inverter + 1 battery.

so do the maths in adding load to ur inverter.

its good, efficient, no-noise, cheaper (on the long run), but you must have a generator before u can get an inverter cos u cannot rely on NEPA to charge ur inverter even though NEPA charges it faster.

Cost: 1.5KVA (N25,000) + 1 battery (30,000) + installation (7,500) = N62,500.

then 2.5KVA gen (standby) **wink**

Good luck.



Is the 1.5KVA still available? Pictures
Re: Inverter Users : Lets Have Your Experience by BRIGHTSOLAR(m): 12:25pm On Dec 27, 2019
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Re: Inverter Users : Lets Have Your Experience by BrisbaneQueen: 2:34pm On Dec 28, 2019
Good day everyone in the house. Please pardon me for not reading from the beginning.
I need help to know which inverter to go for.
I'm new to inverters so I need your helps before committing to any vendor.

I want an inverter that can power one O.R.L Standing fan, my two laptops, 6 high end phones and a rise to modem.

In my area, they do 2 days on, one day off. And even that two days on, they don't bring the light all the time.

Can I still use only PHCN to charge the batteries, or must I use a solar panel?

Also, is it okay to use generator to charge the batteries?

Please advise me. Thanks a lot.
Re: Inverter Users : Lets Have Your Experience by udememi: 3:55pm On Dec 28, 2019
Hello House,

Needed some expert advise. I have a 3 bedroom flat with 2 Flatscreens, 2 Home Theatres, 3 Fans, 2 decoders, 14 to 18 energy saving bulbs, 1 microwave and 1 blender. Loads not to be placed on inverter are water dispenser, kettle, heater and AC.

What type of inverter capacity and type should I be looking at?

Heard bad things about charging inverter batteries with a generator that they kill them, is there any fact in that?

What are the best brand out there? Colleague uses PRAG, are they any good?

Regards.
Re: Inverter Users : Lets Have Your Experience by unicmarket: 6:02pm On Dec 28, 2019
BrisbaneQueen:
Good day everyone in the house. Please pardon me for not reading from the beginning.
I need help to know which inverter to go for.
I'm new to inverters so I need your helps before committing to any vendor.

I want an inverter that can power one O.R.L Standing fan, my two laptops, 6 high end phones and a rise to modem.

In my area, they do 2 days on, one day off. And even that two days on, they don't bring the light all the time.

Can I still use only PHCN to charge the batteries, or must I use a solar panel?

Also, is it okay to use generator to charge the batteries?

Please advise me. Thanks a lot.
First and foremost I will advice you cut down on your ORL Industrial Fans( it sure will use up so much energy), added to that you can buy a smaller less power consuming standing fan.

now on the size of your Inverter and Batteries :
as you posted, with what you have there is about 350 watts load you use so of max power of 500 watts

on your load it is standard expected that you use 2.5% of the size of your load as the inverter you are going for which in this case is 870 watts

Inverter size: 1 - 1.5Kva
Battery size : 200-220ah
appropriate.(minimum)

We also install on inverters /solar and batteries with over 7 years of experience with remarkable proofs and after sale support
JEKITECH. We can be part of your power story...
Re: Inverter Users : Lets Have Your Experience by zeestone99(m): 6:12pm On Dec 28, 2019
BrisbaneQueen:
Good day everyone in the house. Please pardon me for not reading from the beginning.
I need help to know which inverter to go for.
I'm new to inverters so I need your helps before committing to any vendor.

I want an inverter that can power one O.R.L Standing fan, my two laptops, 6 high end phones and a rise to modem.

In my area, they do 2 days on, one day off. And even that two days on, they don't bring the light all the time.

Can I still use only PHCN to charge the batteries, or must I use a solar panel?

Also, is it okay to use generator to charge the batteries?

Please advise me. Thanks a lot.

1kva is ok for you. Cut your get a 200ah and probably add solar panels.

You can whatapp me on
wa.me/2348117398294
Re: Inverter Users : Lets Have Your Experience by zeestone99(m): 6:19pm On Dec 28, 2019
udememi:
Hello House,

Needed some expert advise. I have a 3 bedroom flat with 2 Flatscreens, 2 Home Theatres, 3 Fans, 2 decoders, 14 to 18 energy saving bulbs, 1 microwave and 1 blender. Loads not to be placed on inverter are water dispenser, kettle, heater and AC.

What type of inverter capacity and type should I be looking at?

Heard bad things about charging inverter batteries with a generator that they kill them, is there any fact in that?

What are the best brand out there? Colleague uses PRAG, are they any good?

Regards.

Yes prag is good. There are varieties of inverters you can choose from. 3.5kva is ok for you

Chat me for more details wa.me/2348117398294
Re: Inverter Users : Lets Have Your Experience by BrisbaneQueen: 6:21pm On Dec 28, 2019
unicmarket:

First and foremost I will advice you cut down on your ORL Industrial Fans( it sure will use up so much energy), added to that you can buy a smaller less power consuming standing fan.

now on the size of your Inverter and Batteries :
as you posted, with what you have there is about 350 watts load you use so of max power of 500 watts

on your load it is standard expected that you use 2.5% of the size of your load as the inverter you are going for which in this case is 870 watts

Inverter size: 1 - 1.5Kva
Battery size : 200-220ah
appropriate.(minimum)

We also install on inverters /solar and batteries with over 7 years of experience with remarkable proofs and after sale support
JEKITECH. We can be part of your power story...

Thanks a lot.
It's not the industrial one. It's basic fan. Very basic ORL
Re: Inverter Users : Lets Have Your Experience by unicmarket: 6:23pm On Dec 28, 2019
udememi:
Hello House,

Needed some expert advise. I have a 3 bedroom flat with 2 Flatscreens, 2 Home Theatres, 3 Fans, 2 decoders, 14 to 18 energy saving bulbs, 1 microwave and 1 blender. Loads not to be placed on inverter are water dispenser, kettle, heater and AC.

What type of inverter capacity and type should I be looking at?

Heard bad things about charging inverter batteries with a generator that they kill them, is there any fact in that?

What are the best brand out there? Colleague uses PRAG, are they any good?

Regards.

For your power needs i will first and foremost advice you cut down on the following in order to spend less on your power
1. Microwave
2. Water Dispenser
3. Water Heater
4. AC ( if Optional)

this afore listed appliances are not always a good part of the alternative power plan since they consume a lot, but if its a need that it runs, why not you can go for a bigger sized inverter and battery capacity. but i will restrict my answer to the remaining loads.

your total power needs is about 630w and a max of 850w

your inverter size should be : 2-3kva
battery capacity (200 - 220ah) X 2

We can also be part of your power story, you can call us to for further free consultation or sales and installation nationwide
Re: Inverter Users : Lets Have Your Experience by unicmarket: 6:27pm On Dec 28, 2019
BrisbaneQueen:


Thanks a lot.
It's not the industrial one. It's basic fan. Very basic ORL
ok that's fine.
the calculation was based on the basic lightweight fan.

You are Welcome dear BrisbaneQueen.

Don't hesitate to reach us at "signature" for free consultation, or make us part of your power story.
Re: Inverter Users : Lets Have Your Experience by Cheny(m): 6:17pm On Dec 31, 2019
Experience4u:
Who is using SOUER inverter here, can you give any review of it
Have been using this Souer 1kva 12volts modified sine wave inverter for close to 4 years now without any hitch. Very good with digital display and inbuilt 20a charge controller. Never for once has there been an issue.

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Re: Inverter Users : Lets Have Your Experience by Experience4u(m): 9:34pm On Jan 03
Thank you.
Please can I contact you?
Cheny:

Have been using this Souer 1kva 12volts modified sine wave inverter for close to 4 years now without any hitch. Very good with digital display and inbuilt 20a charge controller. Never for once has there been an issue.
Re: Inverter Users : Lets Have Your Experience by Cheny(m): 5:37am On Jan 04
Experience4u:
Thank you.
Please can I contact you?
We can discuss here so others can learn or u drop ur digits so we chat on WhatsApp if u prefer that
Re: Inverter Users : Lets Have Your Experience by kiekie1(m): 6:44am On Jan 04
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Re: Inverter Users : Lets Have Your Experience by dragnet: 5:57pm On Jan 04
Cheny:

Have been using this Souer 1kva 12volts modified sine wave inverter for close to 4 years now without any hitch. Very good with digital display and inbuilt 20a charge controller. Never for once has there been an issue.

what loads do you run on this?
does it have charging function via PHCN ?
Re: Inverter Users : Lets Have Your Experience by Experience4u(m): 9:17pm On Jan 04
Tell me more about Souer inverters, I learnt there are ones with and without charger. Can the charging capacity charge 200ah X2 comfortably?
How reliable is the inverter based on low budget.
Cheny:

We can discuss here so others can learn or u drop ur digits so we chat on WhatsApp if u prefer that
Re: Inverter Users : Lets Have Your Experience by Experience4u(m): 9:14am On Jan 05
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Cheny:

We can discuss here so others can learn or u drop ur digits so we chat on WhatsApp if u prefer that
Re: Inverter Users : Lets Have Your Experience by BRIGHTSOLAR(m): 1:54pm On Jan 05
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Re: Inverter Users : Lets Have Your Experience by Cheny(m): 7:44am On Jan 06
dragnet:

what loads do you run on this?
does it have charging function via PHCN ?
Offcourse,u can charge using an intelligent battery charger( it came along). I run a 32inch led TV,fans, lights etc. Make sure u don't use heavy consumers like d pressing iron etc. Also,for ur battery to last,ur load should be 150 watts or less.

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