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Anybody using this model?

The 720watt is sold out by mustek and pclinkshop. Grabbded last 2 by geewiz, they have more but for R2200 and cost price is R1700 at mustek for 720watt so dont want be R2200.
 

Anybody using this model?

The 720watt is sold out by mustek and pclinkshop. Grabbded last 2 by geewiz, they have more but for R2200 and cost price is R1700 at mustek for 720watt so dont want be R2200.
Its the update for the current mecer IVR inverters with the MPPT controller built into the unit. It should work in the exact same way
 
FOR SALE!!!

Upgraded my Mecer Desktop 2400VA/1440W 24V 2nd Gen Inverter to a RCT ALFA 3000VA/2400W DESKTOP INVERTER with solar panel MPPT charging support.

Anybody want to buy my almost brand new Mecer Lobo 2400VA 1440W 24V Inverter bought recently from Takealot on 26 June 2021 for R2000 cash? Durbanville, Northern Suburbs, Cape Town. Send me PM.

 
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Greetings, I am a novice as far as this is concerned. What would a 200ah battery do better than a 100ah?
 
Works like a Bomb thou and worth the price
Irritating loud or not, and where did you place it?

The pros of this one compared to the regular one?

Description
INVERTER MODEL – IVR-1200MPPT –

1.2 Kw max output / 1 Kw continuous 220 v Output
MPPT Solar Input – Max 100 V Open Circuit – 825 Watt Max solar input – 55 amp max input
Simulated Sine Wave
AC input and Solar input charges Battery

So one just plug a solar panel in directly at some port through some cable and done?
 
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Irritating loud or not, and where did you place it?

The pros of this one compared to the regular one?

Description
INVERTER MODEL – IVR-1200MPPT –

1.2 Kw max output / 1 Kw continuous 220 v Output
MPPT Solar Input – Max 100 V Open Circuit – 825 Watt Max solar input – 55 amp max input
Simulated Sine Wave
AC input and Solar input charges Battery

So one just plug a solar panel in directly at some port through some cable and done?
Yes, up to 825W, which is a very decent amount of solar for such a cheap inverter.
 
Yes, up to 825W, which is a very decent amount of solar for such a cheap inverter.
Can one operate this with panels without a battery? What would one be able to power during good sunshine hours if a battery is not needed? A midsized TV and laptop? Edit : okay 825W's worth of appliances

Probably needs a battery to power on like the other Mecers.
 
Can one operate this with panels without a battery? What would one be able to power during good sunshine hours if a battery is not needed? A midsized TV and laptop? Edit : okay 825W's worth of appliances

Probably needs a battery to power on like the other Mecers.
Yeah, I think it won't work without a battery.
 
Just purchased the 24v Mecer inverter and 2 Hubble batteries, soon to be a total of 4.

A few questions:
Anyone know where I can purchase a battery cabinet to house 2 Hubble batteries or even 4?
What other components do I require to complete the setup? A fuse of some sort?
Anyone know where I can buy small voltmeter screens as I would like to monitor the voltage of each battery?
Which mppt controller does one use to attach solar panels?
 
Just purchased the 24v Mecer inverter and 2 Hubble batteries, soon to be a total of 4.

A few questions:
Anyone know where I can purchase a battery cabinet to house 2 Hubble batteries or even 4?
What other components do I require to complete the setup? A fuse of some sort?
Anyone know where I can buy small voltmeter screens as I would like to monitor the voltage of each battery?
Which mppt controller does one use to attach solar panels?
Measure the dimensions and look for a cabinet that satisfy those dinensions, the cabinets do show the dimensions on the specs.

Voltmeter screen, check electromann SA, Communica and any other shop online.

Any mppt, just get one with decent current rating, like 30A upwards. Preferably one with a wifi capabilities or at least a screen to check your amps and other stuff.
 
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Just purchased the 24v Mecer inverter and 2 Hubble batteries, soon to be a total of 4.

A few questions:
Anyone know where I can purchase a battery cabinet to house 2 Hubble batteries or even 4?
Sorry I went DIY and made my own.

What other components do I require to complete the setup? A fuse of some sort?
On the battery side people normally pop a fuse in my case I used a 63A DC trip switch (Manual calls for 75A but I wanted it to trip before anything else goes) Main reason is to protect ghetto welding if + & - touch, or wire melt cause of over current.

Anyone know where I can buy small voltmeter screens as I would like to monitor the voltage of each battery?
I just got me 2 of these + this and DIY'ed this contraption (they fit into 20mm circular saw holes so very easy to mount into say your case if you want) The thermostat has an alarm setting to warn me in case the box overheat.

Which mppt controller does one use to attach solar panels?
I bought an El-cheapo but would not recommend it. Just skip the hassle and go for Victron, they worth it.
 
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Sorry I went DIY and made my own.


On the battery side people normally pop a fuse in my case I used a 63A DC trip switch (Manual calls for 75A but I wanted it to trip before anything else goes) Main reason is to protect ghetto welding if + & - touch


I just me got 2 of these + this and DIY'ed this contraption (they fit into 20mm circular saw holes so very easy to mount into say your case if you want) The thermostat has an alarm setting to warn me in case the box overheat.


I bought an El-cheapo but would not recommend it. Just skip the hassle and go for Victron, they worth it.
Honestly if you're going for an expensive pwm/mppt you may as well just get a better inverter
 
Honestly if you're going for an expensive pwm/mppt you may as well just get a better inverter

The man just bought 2 hubble's I am sure he can afford the R1500 Victron instead of a R700 China job :D

Besides, the reason I dont have mine on 24/7 is cause I dont trust it.
 
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